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Monitoring storage induced changes in the platelet proteome employing label free quantitative mass spectrometry

Dirk de Korte, Frank W. G. Leebeek, Floris P. J. van Alphen, Bart L. van den Eshof, Maaike Rijkers, Jan Voorberg, Pieter F. van der Meer, A. J. Gerard Jansen, Alexander B. Meijer
Shelf life of platelet concentrates is limited to 5–7 days due to loss of platelet function during storage, commonly referred to as the platelet storage lesion (PSL). To get more insight into the development of the PSL, we used label free quantitative mass spectrometry to identify changes in the platelet proteome during storage. In total 2501 proteins were accurately quantified in 3 biological replicates on at least 1 of the 7 different time-points analyzed. Significant changes in levels of 21 proteins were observed over time. Gene ontology enrichment analysis of these proteins revealed that the majority of this set was involved in platelet degranulation, secretion and regulated exocytosis. Twelve of these proteins have been shown to reside in α-granules. Upon prolonged storage (13–16 days) elevated levels of α-2-macroglobulin, glycogenin and Ig μ chain C region were identified. Taken together this study identifies novel markers for monitoring of the PSL that may potentially also be used for the detection of “young” and “old” platelets in the circulation.

Publisher URL: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-11643-w

DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-11643-w

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