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Fig. 5 | Lipids in Health and Disease

Fig. 5

From: Identification of lipidomic profiles associated with drug-resistant prostate cancer cells

Fig. 5

Comparison of phosphatidylcholine (PC) in non-cancerous (PNT2 and RWPE1) and hormone-sensitive (LNCaP and 22RV1), castration-resistant (PC-3 and DU-145) and Docetaxel resistant (PC3-Rx and DU145-DR) prostate cell lines. Data are indicative of 6 samples (6 distinct passages) per group and are expressed as mean ± the SEM (*q < 0.05 **q < 0.01*** q < 0.001). Each symbol represents an individual lipid feature as identified by MS/MS. Normalized peak areas between all cells are shown for a phosphatidylcholine (PC), b 36:1 PC c 12:0–24:1 PC and d 14:0-22:2 PC

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