Welcome to the LipidomeDB Data Calculation Environment (DCE). LipidomeDB DCE is a tool to process mass spectrometry data acquired after direct infusion of a lipid-containing biological extract containing a cocktail of internal standards into an electrospray source.
LipidomeDB consists of a web-browser based interface, a relational database as the backend, and scripts to manage the data, backup, and archive files. The web browser-based interface allows end users to perform calculations and access results via the interface. Input data can be either precursor/neutral loss or multiple-reaction-monitoring data. The output of the program is a table of molar amounts of specific lipid target compounds.
The system is password-protected. Please login if you know your ID/password. Click here to send us an email if you want to create an account in the system or if you forgot your ID/password.
A tutorial on the capabilities and use of the system is available here (Word Document).
Click here to see the paper on LipidomeDCE. Note that this paper does not include information on processing of MRM data, which was added in 2018.
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LipidomeDB DCE is a joint project of the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center at Kansas State University and the University of Kansas Computational Chemical Biology Core with core facility support from K-INBRE (Kansas-IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence of the National Institute of Health) P20GM103418.
The September 2018 updates were made by Carl Fruehan, programmer, David Johnson, Director of the Computation Chemical Biology Core and Director of the Molecular Graphics and Modeling Core, and Ruth Welti, Director of the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center.