Researchers Describe First Functioning “Lipidome” of Mouse Macrophage

For the first time, scientists have described not only the identities and quantities of fat species in a living mammalian cell – in this case, a mouse macrophage or white blood cell – but they also report how these lipids react and change over time … Read the full story from the UCSD Newsroom

Dr. Gary Hardiman

Three coauthors of the research report in the Journal of Biological Chemistry are members of the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism in the Department of Medicine: Oswald Quehenberger, Ph.D., Professor of Medicine; Christopher K. Glass, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Medicine and Professor of Cellular and Molecular Medicine; and Gary Hardiman, Ph.D. (pictured above), Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of the Biomedical Genomics Microarray Facility.