This study investigated the associations between the levels of 27 plasma metabolites, 114 lipoprotein parameters, determined using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and the ABO blood groups and the Rhesus (Rh) blood system in a cohort of n = 840 Italian healthy blood donors of both sexes. We observed good multivariate discrimination between the metabolomic and lipoproteomic profiles of subjects with positive and negative Rh. In contrast, we did not observe significant discrimination for the ABO blood group pairwise comparisons, suggesting only slight metabolic differences between these group-specific metabolic profiles. We report univariate associations (P-value < 0.05) between the subfraction HDL1 related to Apo A1, the subfraction HDL2 related to cholesterol and phospholipids, and the particle number of LDL2 related to free cholesterol, cholesterol, phospholipids, and Apo B and the ABO blood groups; we observed association of the lipid main fraction LDL4 related to free cholesterol, triglycerides, and Apo B; creatine; the particle number of LDL5; the subfraction LDL5 related to Apo B; the particle number of LDL4; and the subfraction LDL4 related to Apo B with Rh blood factors. These results suggest blood group-dependent (re)shaping of lipoprotein metabolism in healthy subjects, which may provide relevant information to explain the differential susceptibility to certain diseases observed in different blood groups.

Association of Plasma Metabolites and Lipoproteins with Rh and ABO Blood Systems in Healthy Subjects / Francesca Di Cesare, Leonardo Tenori, Claudio Luchinat, Edoardo Saccenti. - In: JOURNAL OF PROTEOME RESEARCH. - ISSN 1535-3907. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022), pp. 0-0. [10.1021/acs.jproteome.2c00375]

Association of Plasma Metabolites and Lipoproteins with Rh and ABO Blood Systems in Healthy Subjects

Francesca Di Cesare;Leonardo Tenori;Claudio Luchinat;Edoardo Saccenti
2022

Abstract

This study investigated the associations between the levels of 27 plasma metabolites, 114 lipoprotein parameters, determined using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and the ABO blood groups and the Rhesus (Rh) blood system in a cohort of n = 840 Italian healthy blood donors of both sexes. We observed good multivariate discrimination between the metabolomic and lipoproteomic profiles of subjects with positive and negative Rh. In contrast, we did not observe significant discrimination for the ABO blood group pairwise comparisons, suggesting only slight metabolic differences between these group-specific metabolic profiles. We report univariate associations (P-value < 0.05) between the subfraction HDL1 related to Apo A1, the subfraction HDL2 related to cholesterol and phospholipids, and the particle number of LDL2 related to free cholesterol, cholesterol, phospholipids, and Apo B and the ABO blood groups; we observed association of the lipid main fraction LDL4 related to free cholesterol, triglycerides, and Apo B; creatine; the particle number of LDL5; the subfraction LDL5 related to Apo B; the particle number of LDL4; and the subfraction LDL4 related to Apo B with Rh blood factors. These results suggest blood group-dependent (re)shaping of lipoprotein metabolism in healthy subjects, which may provide relevant information to explain the differential susceptibility to certain diseases observed in different blood groups.
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