Data from: Succinate links atrial dysfunction and cardioembolic stroke

Sarah E. Nelson, Zsuzsanna Ament, Zoe Wolcott, Robert E. Gerszten & W. Taylor Kimberly
Objective: To determine whether altered metabolic profiles represent a link between atrial dysfunction and cardioembolic (CE) stroke, and thus whether underlying dysfunctional atrial substrate may contribute to thromboembolism risk in CE stroke. Methods: One hundred forty-four metabolites were measured using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry in plasma samples collected within 9 hours of stroke onset in 367 acute stroke patients. Stroke subtype was assigned using the causative classification of stroke, and CE stroke (n=181) was compared...
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