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Clinical Proteomics

, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp 65–73

First Online: 15 July 2010

Abstract

IntroductionRadiographic contrast media RCM have numerous effects on the hemostatic system, inflammatory pathways, and vascular endothelium. Given the increasing number of high-risk patients undergoing radiographic procedures, more information regarding the systemic effects of RCM is needed.

MethodsBlood samples prior to baseline, 4 and 24 h following elective coronary angiography in 10 patients, were subjected to matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Data are presented as the ratio of the protein mass at 4 iTRAQ4 and 24 h iTRAQ24 compared to baseline. A ratio >1.0 and a ratio <1.0 indicate production and consumption, respectively, relative to baseline.

ResultsIn this sample, we identified 102 proteins with a confidence interval of ≥90%. Six proteins were identified at each time point in all patients. Of the proteins identified, apolipoprotein A-I, apolipoprotein A-II, complement C3, fibrinogen beta chain, immunoglobulin α, and prothrombin revealed an iTRAQ ratio <1.0 at 4 h when compared to baseline all with p value <0.05 and a trend toward baseline levels at 24 h.

ConclusionsSystemic administration of RCM results in a variety of alterations to the proteome. Of interest, there is activation of the thrombotic and inflammatory pathways as well as an interaction with lipoprotein metabolism. These changes are most pronounced at 4 h but may persist through 24 h and may be of clinical relevance in patients at risk for thrombotic- and inflammatory-mediated consequences of atherosclerosis.

KeywordsProteomics Radiographic contrast media Coronary angiography iTRAQ labeling Mass spectrometry  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Juan Martinez - Warren K. Laskey - Cheri Wells - Armin Foghi - Sarah Rohde - Mark Ricciardi - Charlotte Mobarak

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