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Diagnostic and prognostic role of cardiac pathology multicomplex autoimmune biological markers

Journal: RUDN Journal of Medicine (Vol.27, No. 1)

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Page : 71-82

Keywords : laboratory diagnostics; cardiovascular diseases; cardiomyopathy; autoantibodies; cardiomyocyte proteins; hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; laboratory diagnostics; biomarkers; cardiomarkers;

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Relevance . Despite the large list of biological markers of cardiovascular diseases, not all have evidence-b ased effectiveness and independent prognostic value. Laboratory diagnostics of serum cardiospecific auto-antibodies for the diagnosis of myocyte cell damage has several potential advantages compared to the evaluation of traditional methods. These include the analysis of natural globulins to troponin I (cTnI), to alpha-a ctin 1 (ACTC1), to the heavy chain of beta-myosin 7B (MUN7B), which are based on a self-sustaining immune response to the myocardium’s own auto-antigens, which leads to damage to the cells expressing them. Purpose: To determine the diagnostic and practical value of quantitative indicators for the autoantibody complex to cardiomyocyte proteins to troponin I, to alpha-a ctin 1 and to the heavy chain of beta-myosin 7B in patients with cardiac pathology. Materials and Methods. The study of auto-antibodies to cTnI, ACTC1 and MUN7B in blood serum using laboratory enzyme immunoassay was carried out in patients with cardiac pathology undergoing inpatient treatment at the Regional Clinical Cardiology Dispensary in Stavropol. Additionally, an instrumental and laboratory examination was carried out in accordance with the clinical recommendations developed by the Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons, the Cardiological Society of Russia and approved by the Scientific and Practical Council of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation. The work was examined and approved by the Ethics Committee of the North Caucasus Federal University. Results and Discussion . Changes in the level of autoantibodies to cTnI, ACTC1 and MUN7B proteins in blood serum were statistically significant (p < 0.01 v. s. p < 0.01). A persistent increase in the level of auto-antibodies to cTnI by 2.36 ng/ml (694.11 %), to ACTC1 by 3.6 ng/ml (141.73 %) and to MUN7B by 1.74 ng/ml (119.17 %) was found in individuals with confirmed cardiac pathology, when other criteria for laboratory analysis were within acceptable values, which determine their diagnostic and evidentiary effectiveness. Conclusion . The results of the study showed the relationship of changes in the activity of cardiospecific auto-A T to cardiomyocyte proteins (Anti-cTnI, Anti ACTC1, Anti-M YH7B) in patients with cardiac pathologies, indicating not only systemic membrane disorders (membranopathies), but also serve as convincing evidence of direct chemical changes in cardiomyocytes. A correlation has also been established between cardiomarkers of necrosis and ischemia and autoimmune globulins Anti-cTnI, Anti ACTC1, Anti-MYH7B, that confirms diagnostic and practical value of this laboratory analysis.

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