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《Chinese Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics》 2019-11
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A differential peptidomics analysis of hippocampal tissue in a rat model of premature white matter injury

FENG Er-Cui;JIANG Li;Biological Science and Medical Engineering School, Southeast University;  
Objective To observe differential peptidomics in the hippocampal tissue in a rat model of premature white matter injury, and to investigate the mechanism of premature white matter injury. Methods Twenty neonatal Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly and equally divided into a control group and a model group. Rats in the model group underwent permanent ligation of the right common carotid artery 2 days after birth, followed by 2 hours of hypoxia. For rats in the control group, the right common carotid artery was isolated, but without ligation and hypoxia. Brain tissue samples were collected from the two groups, and hippocampal tissue was isolated. Liquid chromatographytandem mass spectrometry combined with tandem mass spectrometry was used for peptidomic profiling of hippocampal tissue, and the differentially expressed peptides between the two groups were subjected to bioinformatics analysis to assess their possible roles in neural development and function. Results A total of 4164 peptides were identified and quantified, and 262 of them were differentially expressed(absolute fold change ≥2.5), including 164 upregulated peptides and 98 downregulated peptides. The numbers of differentially expressed peptides of the precursor proteins ELN, PCLO, MYO15a, MAP4, and MAP1b were the most, and may play significant roles in the pathogenesis of premature white matter injury. CDK5 signaling pathway in the hippocampus was activated in the rat model of premature white matter injury. Conclusions The differentially expressed peptides related to precursor proteins such as MAP1b may be key bioactive peptides involved in neural development and function in premature white matter injury, and activation of the CDK5 signaling pathway may be associated with premature white matter injury.[Chin J Contemp Pediatr, 2019, 21(11): 1116-1123]
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(81771628)
【CateGory Index】: R722.6
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