The rapid increase in lipidomic data has triggered a community-based movement to develop guidelines and minimum requirements for generating, reporting and publishing lipidomic data. The creation of a dynamic checklist summarizing key details of lipidomic analyses using a common language has the potential to harmonize the field by improving both traceability and reproducibility.
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McDonald, J.G., Ejsing, C.S., Kopczynski, D. et al. Introducing the Lipidomics Minimal Reporting Checklist. Nat Metab 4, 1086–1088 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42255-022-00628-3
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