NSF funding: Lipid profiling development is currently supported by NSF MCB-0455318 to Wang, Welti, and Shah (KSU) and Williams (KU). The Kansas Lipidomics Research Center was founded in 2003 through the support of National Science Foundation's EPSCoR program, under grant no. EPS-0236913 and matching support from the State of Kansas through Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation and Kansas State University. This program
funded acquisition of a triple quadrupole and a quadrupole/time-of-flight
mass spectrometer. Those funds were administered by the Kansas EPSCoR program.
Acquisition of two gas chromatograph/mass spectrometers and a second
triple quadrupole mass spectrometer was funded through the NSF
Major Research Instrumentation program, DBI 0521587. Any opinions,
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or other granting agencies.
NIH funding: The Kansas Lipidomics Research Center also received Core Facility Support, Pilot Grant, and Bioinformatics support from K-INBRE through
NIH Grant # P20 RR16475 from the INBRE program of the National
Center for Research Resources.
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The lipid analyses described in this work were performed at the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center Analytical Laboratory. Kansas Lipidomics Research Center was supported by National Science Foundation (EPS 0236913, MCB 0455318, DBI 0521587), Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation, K-IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) of National Institute of Health (P20RR16475), and Kansas State University.