alexa A metabolomic approach for diagnosis of experimental sepsis.
Bioinformatics & Systems Biology

Bioinformatics & Systems Biology

Metabolomics:Open Access

Author(s): IzquierdoGarca JL, , Nin N, , RuzCabello J,

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Abstract BACKGROUND: The search for reliable diagnostic biomarkers of sepsis remains necessary. Assessment of global metabolic profiling using quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)-based metabolomics offers an attractive modern methodology for fast and comprehensive determination of multiple circulating metabolites and for defining the metabolic phenotype of sepsis. OBJECTIVE: To develop a novel NMR-based metabolomic approach for diagnostic evaluation of sepsis. METHODS: Male Sprague-Dawley rats (weight 325-375 g) underwent cecal ligation and puncture (n = 14, septic group) or sham procedure (n = 14, control group) and 24 h later were euthanized. Lung tissue, bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) fluid, and serum samples were obtained for (1)H NMR and high-resolution magic-angle spinning analysis. Unsupervised principal components analysis was performed on the processed spectra, and a predictive model for diagnosis of sepsis was constructed using partial least-squares discriminant analysis. RESULTS: NMR-based metabolic profiling discriminated characteristics between control and septic rats. Characteristic metabolites changed markedly in septic rats as compared with control rats: alanine, creatine, phosphoethanolamine, and myoinositol concentrations increased in lung tissue; creatine increased and myoinositol decreased in BAL fluid; and alanine, creatine, phosphoethanolamine, and acetoacetate increased whereas formate decreased in serum. A predictive model for diagnosis of sepsis using these metabolites classified cases with sensitivity and specificity of 100\%. CONCLUSIONS: NMR metabolomic analysis is a potentially useful technique for diagnosis of sepsis. The concentrations of metabolites involved in energy metabolism and in the inflammatory response change in this model of sepsis. This article was published in Intensive Care Med and referenced in Metabolomics:Open Access

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