Serum extracellular vesicle protein levels are associated with acute coronary syndrome

European Heart Journal. Acute Cardiovascular Care
Vince De HoogArend Mosterd


Biomarkers are essential in the early detection of acute coronary syndromes (ACS). Serum extracellular vesicles are small vesicles in the plasma containing protein and RNA and have been shown to be involved in ACS-related processes like apoptosis and coagulation. Therefore, we hypothesized that serum extracellular vesicle protein levels are associated with ACS. Three serum extracellular vesicle proteins potentially associated with ACS were identified with differential Q-proteomics and were evaluated in 471 frozen serum samples of ACS-suspected patients presenting to the emergency department (30% of whom had an ACS). Protein levels were measured after vesicle isolation using ExoQuick. Mean serum extracellular vesicle concentration of the different proteins was compared between ACS and non-ACS patients. Selected proteins were tested in a univariate logistic regression model, as well as in a multivariate model to adjust for cardiovascular risk factors. A separate analysis was performed in men and women. In the multivariate logistic regression analysis, polygenic immunoglobulin receptor, (pIgR; OR 1.630, p=0.026), cystatin C (OR 1.641, p=0.021), and complement factor C5a (C5a, OR 1.495, p=0.025) were significantly associated with A...Continue Reading


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