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Early urine proteome changes in an implanted bone cancer rat model

By Ting Wang, Lujun Li, Weiwei Qin, Yuhang Huan, Youhe Gao

Posted 18 Apr 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/613125 (published DOI: 10.1016/j.bonr.2019.100238)

In this study, Walker 256 cells were implanted into rat tibiae. Urine samples were then collected on days 3, 5, 7, and 13 and were analyzed by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS). With label-free quantification, 25 proteins were found to change significantly in the urine of the tumor group mice compared with the proteins in the urine of the control group mice; this was even the case when there were no significant lesions identified in the Computed Tomography(CT) examination. Among these differentially proteins, 7 were reported to be associated with tumor bone metastasis. GO analysis shows that the differential proteins on day 3 were involved in several responses, including the acute phase response, the adaptive immune response and the innate immune response. The differentially proteins on day 7 were involved in the mineral absorption pathway. The differentially proteins on day 13 were involved in vitamin D binding and calcium ion binding. These processes may be associated with bone metastasis. Our results demonstrate that urine could sensitively reflect the changes in the early stage of implanted bone cancer; this provides valuable clues for future studies of urine biomarkers for tumor bone metastasis.

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