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MS-Dial lipid RTs: Is there a published LC method RTs are derived from?

Can someone please provide a reference for the exact chromatography conditions used to generate the RTs embedded in the default MS-Dial lipids database?  It would be very nice to just use that exact chromatography instead of RT correcting the values from my current method. 

Thanks!
Brian

Re: MS-Dial lipid RTs: Is there a published LC method RTs are derived from?

Reply #1
Hey Brian.

They have described all the methods that they tested on their paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41587-020-0531-2

Also, in the identification tab you can choose to not consider RT, for example:
Retention time tolerance   100 min

I am used to doing that. There are all the parameters to LC-MS data on my published paper (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodres.2020.109727).


Best Regards,
Ana Carolina