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Title: Proteomic and Biological Analysis of an In Vitro Human Endothelial System in Response to Drug Anaphylaxis.
Issue Date: 25-Jun-2021
Citation: Front Immunol.2021;(12):692569
Abstract: Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening systemic hypersensitivity reaction. During anaphylaxis, mediator release by effector cells causes endothelial barrier breakdown, increasing vascular permeability and leakage of fluids, which may lead to tissue edema. Although endothelial cells (ECs) are key players in this context, scant attention has been paid to the molecular analysis of the vascular system, and further analyses of this cell type are necessary, especially in humans. The protein expression pattern of human microvascular ECs was analyzed in response to sera from anaphylactic patients (EC-anaphylaxis) and sera from non-allergic subjects (EC-control) after 2 hours of contact. Firstly, a differential quantitative proteomic analysis of the protein extracts was performed by mass spectrometry using an isobaric labeling method. Second, the coordinated behavior of the identified proteins was analyzed using systems biology analysis (SBA). The proteome of the EC-anaphylaxis system showed 7,707 proteins, of which 1,069 were found to be significantly altered between the EC-control and EC-anaphylaxis groups (p-value
PMID: 34248989
Rights: openAccess
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