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posted on 14.10.2021, 05:18 by Guofeng Zhou, Jiye Chen, Chuanhong Wu, Ping Jiang, Yongcheng Wang, Yongjian Zhang, Yuehua Jiang, Xiao Li

Background: Exploring the potential biological relationships between heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) and concomitant diseases has been the focus of many studies for the establishment of personalized therapies. Hypertension (HTN) is the most common concomitant disease in HFpEF patients, but the functional connections between HFpEF and HTN are still not fully understood and effective treatment strategies are still lacking.

Methods: In this study, tandem mass tag (TMT) quantitative proteomics was used to identify disease-related proteins and construct disease-related networks. Furthermore, functional enrichment analysis of overlapping network modules was used to determine the functional similarities between HFpEF and HTN. Molecular docking and module analyses were combined to identify therapeutic targets for HFpEF and HTN.

Results: Seven common differentially expressed proteins (co-DEPs) and eight overlapping modules were identified in HFpEF and HTN. The common biological processes between HFpEF and HTN were mainly related to energy metabolism. Myocardial contraction, energy metabolism, apoptosis, oxidative stress, immune response, and cardiac hypertrophy were all closely associated with HFpEF and HTN. Epinephrine, sulfadimethoxine, chloroform, and prednisolone acetate were best matched with the co-DEPs by molecular docking analyses.

Conclusion: Myocardial contraction, energy metabolism, apoptosis, oxidative stress, immune response, and cardiac hypertrophy were the main functional connections between HFpEF and HTN. Epinephrine, sulfadimethoxine, chloroform, and prednisolone acetate could potentially be effective for the treatment of HTN and HFpEF.

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