|Title:||Data from: Changes in the Canine Plasma Lipidome after Short- and Long-Term Excess Glucocorticoid Exposure||Creators:||Nadja S. Sieber-Ruckstuhl
Anne K. Bendt
Markus R. Wenk
Felicitas S. Boretti
Glucocorticoids (GCs) are widely used in veterinary and human medicine. Chromic endogenous or iatrogenic GC overexposure impairs metabolic function and can result in diverse side-effects, including Cushing’s syndrome. This study examines the effects of experimentally induced short-term and long-term GC excess (induced by prednisolone and tetracosactide, respectively) on the plasma lipidome of Beale dogs. Both, long- and short-term GC resulted in significant changes of the plasma lipidome.
For more details, please refer to Sieber-Ruckstuhl, N. N. S. et al. (2019). Dataset in Metabolomics Workbench. PR000761: Changes in the Canine Plasma Lipidome after Short- and Long-Term Excess Glucocorticoid Exposure.https://doi.org/10.21228/M89Q32
|Citation:||When using this data, please cite the original publication and also the dataset.
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