McCann 2020 Metabolites

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McCann MR, McHugh CE, Kirby M, Jennaro TS, Jones AE, Stringer KA, Puskarich MA (2020) A multivariate metabolomics method for estimating platelet mitochondrial oxygen consumption rates in patients with sepsis. Metabolites 10:E139.

» PMID: 32252461 Open Access

McCann MR, McHugh CE, Kirby M, Jennaro TS, Jones AE, Stringer KA, Puskarich MA (2020) Metabolites

Abstract: Sepsis-induced alterations in mitochondrial function contribute to organ dysfunction and mortality. Measuring mitochondrial function in vital organs is neither feasible nor practical, highlighting the need for non-invasive approaches. Mitochondrial function may be reflected in the concentrations of metabolites found in platelets and whole blood (WB) samples. We proposed to use these as alternates to indirectly estimate platelet mitochondrial oxygen consumption rate (mOCR) in sepsis patients.

We determined the relationships between platelet mOCR and metabolites in both platelets and WB, as measured by quantitative 1H-NMR metabolomics. The associations were identified by building multiple linear regression models with stepwise forward-backward variable selection. We considered the models to be significant with an ANOVA test (p-value ≤ 0.05) and a positive predicted-R2.

The differences in adjusted-R2 and ANOVA p-values (platelet adj-R2: 0.836 (0.0003), 0.711 (0.0004) vs. WB adj-R2: 0.428 (0.0079)) from the significant models indicate the platelet models were more associated with platelet mOCR.

Our data suggest there are groups of metabolites in WB (leucine, acetylcarnitine) and platelets (creatine, ADP, glucose, taurine) that are associated with platelet mOCR. Thus, WB and platelet metabolites could be used to estimate platelet mOCR.

Keywords: Acetylcarnitine. Bioenergetics, Metabolism, Mitochondria, Mitochondrial function, Mitochondrial respiration, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy Bioblast editor: Plangger M


Labels: MiParea: Respiration, Instruments;methods, Patients  Pathology: Sepsis 

Organism: Human  Tissue;cell: Platelet  Preparation: Intact cells 


Coupling state: LEAK, ROUTINE, ET  Pathway: ROX  HRR: Oxygraph-2k 

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