Table_2_Application of Metabolomics to Identify Potential Biomarkers for the Early Diagnosis of Coronary Heart Disease.xls (31.5 kB)
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posted on 29.11.2021, 05:17 by Huali Jiang, Li Li, Weijie Chen, Benfa Chen, Heng Li, Shanhua Wang, Min Wang, Yi Luo

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is one of the leading causes of deaths globally. Identification of serum metabolic biomarkers for its early diagnosis is thus much desirable. Serum samples were collected from healthy controls (n = 86) and patients with CHD (n = 166) and subjected to untargeted and targeted metabolomics analyses. Subsequently, potential biomarkers were detected and screened, and a clinical model was developed for diagnosing CHD. Four dysregulated metabolites, namely PC(17:0/0:0), oxyneurine, acetylcarnitine, and isoundecylic acid, were identified. Isoundecylic acid was not found in Human Metabolome Database, so we could not validate differences in its relative abundance levels. Further, the clinical model combining serum oxyneurine, triglyceride, and weight was found to be more robust than that based on PC(17:0/0:0), oxyneurine, and acetylcarnitine (AUC = 0.731 vs. 0.579, sensitivity = 83.0 vs. 75.5%, and specificity = 64.0 vs. 46.5%). Our findings indicated that serum metabolomics is an effective method to identify differential metabolites and that serum oxyneurine, triglyceride, and weight appear to be promising biomarkers for the early diagnosis of CHD.

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