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Plasma Proteome Profiles Associated with Inflammation, Angiogenesis, and Cancer

By Karen S. Kelly-Spratt, Sharon J. Pitteri, Kay E. Gurley, Denny Liggitt, Alice Chin, Jacob Kennedy, Chee-Hong Wong, Qing Zhang, Tina Busald Buson, Hong Wang, Samir M. Hanash and Christopher J. Kemp

Abstract

Tumor development is accompanied by a complex host systemic response, which includes inflammatory and angiogenic reactions. Both tumor-derived and systemic response proteins are detected in plasma from cancer patients. However, given their non-specific nature, systemic response proteins can confound the detection or diagnosis of neoplasia. Here, we have applied an in-depth quantitative proteomic approach to analyze plasma protein changes in mouse models of subacute irritant-driven inflammation, autoreactive inflammation, and matrix associated angiogenesis and compared results to previously described findings from mouse models of polyoma middle T-driven breast cancer and Pdx1-Cre KrasG12D Ink4a/Arf lox/lox -induced pancreatic cancer. Among the confounding models, approximately 1/3 of all quantified plasma proteins exhibited a significant change in abundance compared to control mice. Of the proteins that changed in abundance, the majority were unique to each model. Altered proteins included those involved in acute phase response, inflammation, extracellular matrix remodeling, angiogenesis, and TGFβ signaling. Comparison of changes in plasma proteins between the confounder models and the two cancer models revealed proteins that were restricted to the cancer-bearing mice, reflecting the known biology of these tumors. This approach provides a basis for distinguishing between protein changes in plasma that are cancer-related and those that are part of a non-specific host response

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Publisher: Public Library of Science
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3093388
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