Inflammatory lipid mediators are potent signal molecules derived from the oxidation of phospholipids and ω-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids. They play significant roles in regulating a multitude of physiological and cellular processes.
Inflammatory lipid mediators are implicated in numerous diseases, including inflammatory disorders, cancer, heart diseases, metabolic diseases, and neurological diseases.
This panel measures the eleven key species of inflammatory lipid mediators that are prominent in human plasma.
Covered lipid mediators classes are: