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Redox Status, Procoagulant Activity, and Metabolome of Fresh Frozen Plasma in Glucose 6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency.

著者 Tzounakas VL , Gevi F , Georgatzakou HT , Zolla L , Papassideri IS , Kriebardis AG , Rinalducci S , Antonelou MH
Front Med (Lausanne).2018 ; 5():16.
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Transfusion of fresh frozen plasma (FFP) helps in maintaining the coagulation parameters in patients with acquired multiple coagulation factor deficiencies and severe bleeding. However, along with coagulation factors and procoagulant extracellular vesicles (EVs), numerous bioactive and probably donor-related factors (metabolites, oxidized components, etc.) are also carried to the recipient. The X-linked glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD), the most common human enzyme genetic defect, mainly affects males. By undermining the redox metabolism, the G6PDcells are susceptible to the deleterious effects of oxidants. Considering the preferential transfusion of FFP from male donors, this study aimed at the assessment of FFP units derived from G6PDmales compared with control, to show whether they are comparable at physiological, metabolic and redox homeostasis levels.
PMID: 29459896 [PubMed]
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