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Transfusion of Human Platelets Treated with Mirasol Pathogen Reduction Technology Does Not Induce Acute Lung Injury in Mice

By Axelle Caudrillier (770994), Beñat Mallavia (424860), Lindsay Rouse (770995), Susanne Marschner (770996) and Mark R. Looney (706217)

Abstract

<div><p>Pathogen reduction technology (PRT) has been developed in an effort to make the blood supply safer, but there is controversy as to whether it may induce structural or functional changes to platelets that could lead to acute lung injury after transfusion. In this study, we used a commercial PRT system to treat human platelets that were then transfused into immunodeficient mice, and the development of acute lung injury was determined. P-selectin expression was higher in the Mirasol PRT-treated platelets compared to control platelets on storage day 5, but not storage day 1. Transfusion of control vs. Mirasol PRT-treated platelets (day 5 of storage, 10<sup>9</sup> platelets per mouse) into NOD/SCID mice did not result in lung injury, however transfusion of storage day 5 platelets treated with thrombin receptor-activating peptide increased both extravascular lung water and lung vascular permeability. Transfusion of day 1 platelets did not produce lung injury in any group, and LPS priming 24 hours before transfusion had no effect on lung injury. In a model of transfusion-related acute lung injury, NOD/SCID mice were susceptible to acute lung injury when challenged with H-2Kd monoclonal antibody vs. isotype control antibody. Using lung intravital microscopy, we did not detect a difference in the dynamic retention of platelets in the lung circulation in control vs. Mirasol PRT-treated groups. In conclusion, Mirasol PRT produced an increase in P-selectin expression that is storage-dependent, but transfusion of human platelets treated with Mirasol PRT into immunodeficient mice did not result in greater platelet retention in the lungs or the development of acute lung injury.</p></div

Topics: Biological Sciences, lung intravital microscopy, lung injury, Induce Acute Lung Injury, lps, control VS, day 1 platelets, Mice Pathogen reduction technology, nod, isotype control antibody, Mirasol PRT, storage day 5 platelets, Mirasol Pathogen Reduction Technology, storage day 1. Transfusion, extravascular lung water, Human Platelets Treated, immunodeficient mice
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0133022
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1485448
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