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Table 3 Lipid metabolites that showed more than 10-fold and significant differences between humans and rats

From: Comparison of circulating lipid profiles between fasting humans and three animal species used in preclinical studies: mice, rats and rabbits

>10-fold <10-fold
Metabolite Fold Metabolite Fold
21:4 ChE 17.6192 34:3 PCb 0.0648
21:5 ChEa 12.2477 36:3 PCb 0.0827
22:4 ChE 20.3018 38:4 PCa 0.0844
23:6 ChE 13.9319 34:2 ePCa 0.0717
24:6 ChE 18.5058 34:2 ePCb 0.0713
   36:2 ePC 0.0724
   36:3 ePCa 0.0934
   36:3 ePCb 0.0516
   36:5 ePC 0.0729
   38:4 ePC 0.0782
   38:5 ePCb 0.0600
   40:4 ePC 0.0877
   42:5 ePC 0.0947
   44:5 ePC 0.0411
   36:1 PE 0.0997
   34:3 ePE 0.0656
   36:2 ePEb 0.0409
   36:3 ePE 0.0331
   38:5 ePE 0.0778
   32:1 SM 0.0293
   38:1 SM 0.0626
   39:1 SM 0.0339
   40:2 SMa 0.0957
   43:2 SM 0.0401
   34:1 di-HexCer 0.0186
   42:2 di-HexCer 0.0643
   34:1 DGa 0.0648
   34:2 DGa 0.0523
   36:2 DG 0.0945
   14:1 ChE 0.0513
   18:4 ChE 0.0565
   CoQ10 0.0174
  1. If more than two lipid species possessed the same chemical formula, alphabetical letters were put after each lipid molecule class to distinguish them from each other (Additional file 1: Table S1)
  2. ChE cholesteryl ester, PC phosphatidylcholine, ePC ether-type phosphatidylcholine, PE phosphatidylethanolamine, ePE ether-type phosphatidylethanolamine, SM sphingomyelin, HexCer hexosylceramide, DG diacylglycerol, CoQ coenzyme Q