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Collaborative Projects

The following entries represent the KLRC collaborators involved in ongoing or completed projects.  They have given permission for their names and projects to be included at our website (thank you!).


Project (Funding)



Kent Chapman: North Texas State University


The N-acyl ethanolamine pathway in plants


Polar lipid composition of elongating and maturing cotton fiber cells

Wanjie et al. (2005) Lipids 40, 773-785.


Polar lipid profiles of adiposomes from CHO cells

Bartz et al. (2007) J. Lipid Res. 48, 837-847.

Mee-Len Chye: University of Hong Kong

Analysis of Arabidopsis mutants lacking acyl-CoA binding proteins


Dean DellaPenna: Michigan State University


Vitamin E function in photosynthetic organisms (NSF MCB-023529)


Sherry Fleming: Kansas State University

Natural antibodies and tissue injury (NIH)


Ernst Heinz: University of Hamburg, Germany

Very-long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic oilseeds

Publication: Abbadi et al. (2004) Plant Cell 16, 2734-2748.


Plant phosphatidylglycerols

Publication: Fritz et al. (2007) J. Biol. Chem. 282, 4613-4625.

Chien-An "Andy" Hu: University of New Mexico

Quantiative lipidomic analysis of lipid components in apolipoprotein L-containing lipoprotein complexes (NIH)



Rima McLeod: The University of Chicago

T. gondii lipids (NIH in collaboration with Ricardo Gazzinelli)


Basil Nikolau: Iowa State University

Metabolomics: A functional genomics tool for deciphering functions of Arabidopsis (NSF 2010 program)


Jyoti Shah (also see X. Wang): Kansas State University

Arabidopsis - Green peach aphid interaction (USDA); Role of Arabidopsis SFD1 in systemic acquired resistance (NSF)


See publications

Weiqin Wang: Kansas State University

Weight control, cell signaling, and cancer prevention (NIH)


Xuemin Wang, Jyoti Shah, Ruth Welti, and Todd Williams:  University of Missouri at St. Louis, Kansas State University, and University of Kansas

Metabolomic profiling of lipids and their compositional dynamics in plant stress responses (NSF MCB 0455318)


See publications

Dixie West: University of Kansas/Kansas State University

The Central Aleutians Archaeological and Paleobiological Project (NSF)



The Kansas Lipidomics Research Center also is part of Kansas State University's Functional Genomics Consortium.

PLEASE NOTE: We ask that users acknowledge "use of the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center Analytical Laboratory and its support from National Science Foundation's EPSCoR program, under grant no. EPS-0236913 with matching support from the State of Kansas through Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation and Kansas State University" in any publication containing data or conclusions drawn from data generated at the KLRC Analytical Laboratory.

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