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Non-targeted multimodal metabolomics and lipidomics data from ovine rumen fluid fractions

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posted on 2023-05-03, 18:04 authored by Nik PalevichNik Palevich, Paul McLean, Arvind SubbarajArvind Subbaraj, Mingshu CaoMingshu Cao
Background: Metabolomics is a powerful and sensitive approach for investigating low molecular weight metabolite profiles present in rumen biofluids to identify potential roles of metabolites in rumen microbiome and understanding host-level regulatory mechanisms associated with animal production. Findings: Rumen samples from sheep grazed on a mixed ryegrass and clover pasture diet, were fractionated based on molecular weight and analysed using metabolomics and lipidomics to detect the small molecules present in ovine rumen fluid fractions. Conclusions: Untargeted metabolomics provides a detailed snapshot of the ovine ruminal fluid metabolome that can be used as reference for future studies on ovine rumen fluid or as a comparator for other ruminant species. All data and metadata are available for download in the MetaboLights database.

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Palevich, N., McLean, P. H., Subbaraj, A. K., & Cao, M. (2021). Non-targeted multimodal metabolomics and lipidomics data from ovine rumen fluid fractions. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.01.10.426113

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