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Article Dans Une Revue American Journal of Translational Research Année : 2018

Targeting TNF alpha in severe psoriasis-mass spectrometry reveals a time-dependent specific inhibition of Factor H in responding patients

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Joana F. Antunes
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Virginie Nourry
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Francisco M. Amado
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Pedro M. Domingues
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Ana C. Guerreiro
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Joao A. Ferreira
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Joao N. Maia-Silva
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Rene C. Santus
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Paulo L. Filipe
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Résumé

Drugs targeting TNF alpha (eg, Etanercept (R)) provide effective control of severe psoriasis. In absence of validated biological parameters of inflammation in psoriasis most decisions on therapeutics have relied mostly on clinical criteria, namely the ``Psoriasis Area and Severity Index'' (PASO. The purpose of this study was to assess by mass spectrometry alterations in concentrations of serum proteins that specifically correlated with effectiveness of Etanercept treatment. This prospective study enrolled 10 patients suffering from moderate to severe psoriasis (PASI score > 10 and < 17) and treated with Etanercept over a period of 24 weeks; 10 healthy, age-matched volunteers provided controls. Serum proteins sensitive to Etanercept treatment were identified using SELDI-TOF (surfaceenhanced laser desorption and ionization - time of flight) coupled to nano LC-ESI/MS (nano liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization/tandem mass spectrometry) technologies. For comparisons between groups of individuals p-values (considered significant when < 0.01) were estimated with non-parametric tests, namely Mann-Whitney (for unpaired data) and Wilcoxon signed-rank (for paired data). In responding patients it could be shown using SELDI-TOF spectrometry that two proteins (134 kDa and 4.3 kDa) return to control levels by 24 weeks of treatment. Using nano LC-ESI/MS the 134 kDa species was identified as complement Factor H. These observations deserve further analyses utilizing larger cohorts of patients. Determination of Factor H levels may become a complementary tool to follow remission or predict the onset of relapse in the follow-up of patients under treatment with Etanercept.
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hal-03584504 , version 1 (22-02-2022)

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Patrice Morliere, Joana F. Antunes, Virginie Nourry, Francisco M. Amado, Pedro M. Domingues, et al.. Targeting TNF alpha in severe psoriasis-mass spectrometry reveals a time-dependent specific inhibition of Factor H in responding patients. American Journal of Translational Research, 2018, 10 (12), pp.4338-4349. ⟨hal-03584504⟩

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