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Differential proteomic analysis of platelets suggested possible signal cascades network in platelets treated with salvianolic acid B.

Ma C, Yao Y, Yue QX, Zhou XW, Yang PY, Wu WY, Guan SH, Jiang BH, Yang M, Liu X, Guo DA - PLoS ONE (2011)

Bottom Line: Treatment of SB caused regulation of 20 proteins such as heat shock-related 70 kDa protein 2 (hsp70), LIM domain protein CLP-36, copine I, peroxiredoxin-2, coronin-1 B and cytoplasmic dynein intermediate chain 2C.The regulation of SB on protein levels was confirmed by Western blotting.The signal cascades network induced by SB after its binding with integrin α2β1 was predicted.

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Affiliation: Shanghai Research Center for Modernization of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, People's Republic of China.

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Background: Salvianolic acid B (SB) is an active component isolated from Danshen, a traditional Chinese medicine widely used for the treatment of cardiovascular disorders. Previous study suggested that SB might inhibit adhesion as well as aggregation of platelets by a mechanism involving the integrin α2β1. But, the signal cascades in platelets after SB binding are still not clear.

Methodology/principal findings: In the present study, a differential proteomic analysis (two-dimensional electrophoresis) was conducted to check the protein expression profiles of rat platelets with or without treatment of SB. Proteins altered in level after SB exposure were identified by MALDI-TOF MS/MS. Treatment of SB caused regulation of 20 proteins such as heat shock-related 70 kDa protein 2 (hsp70), LIM domain protein CLP-36, copine I, peroxiredoxin-2, coronin-1 B and cytoplasmic dynein intermediate chain 2C. The regulation of SB on protein levels was confirmed by Western blotting. The signal cascades network induced by SB after its binding with integrin α2β1 was predicted. To certify the predicted network, binding affinity of SB to integrin α2β1 was checked in vitro and ex vivo in platelets. Furthermore, the effects of SB on protein levels of hsp70, coronin-1B and intracellular levels of Ca²+ and reactive oxygen species (ROS) were checked with or without pre-treatment of platelets using antibody against integrin α2β1. Electron microscopy study confirmed that SB affected cytoskeleton structure of platelets.

Conclusions/significance: Integrin α2β1 might be one of the direct target proteins of SB in platelets. The signal cascades network of SB after binding with integrin α2β1 might include regulation of intracellular Ca²+ level, cytoskeleton-related proteins such as coronin-1B and cytoskeleton structure of platelets.

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The inhibitive effect of SB on platelet adhesion and platelet aggregation.A, chemical structure of SB. B, SB dose-dependently inhibited adhesion of rat washed platelets. C, SB dose-dependently inhibited aggregation of rat platelets induced by collagen. Data represent mean ± S.D. (n = 6). *Significant difference from the control group at P<0.05.
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pone-0014692-g001: The inhibitive effect of SB on platelet adhesion and platelet aggregation.A, chemical structure of SB. B, SB dose-dependently inhibited adhesion of rat washed platelets. C, SB dose-dependently inhibited aggregation of rat platelets induced by collagen. Data represent mean ± S.D. (n = 6). *Significant difference from the control group at P<0.05.

Mentions: As shown in B of Fig. 1, SB dose-dependently inhibited the adhesion of platelets on collagen. And, as shown in C of Figure 1, SB also could dose-dependently inhibit the aggregation of platelets induced by collagen.


Differential proteomic analysis of platelets suggested possible signal cascades network in platelets treated with salvianolic acid B.

Ma C, Yao Y, Yue QX, Zhou XW, Yang PY, Wu WY, Guan SH, Jiang BH, Yang M, Liu X, Guo DA - PLoS ONE (2011)

The inhibitive effect of SB on platelet adhesion and platelet aggregation.A, chemical structure of SB. B, SB dose-dependently inhibited adhesion of rat washed platelets. C, SB dose-dependently inhibited aggregation of rat platelets induced by collagen. Data represent mean ± S.D. (n = 6). *Significant difference from the control group at P<0.05.
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pone-0014692-g001: The inhibitive effect of SB on platelet adhesion and platelet aggregation.A, chemical structure of SB. B, SB dose-dependently inhibited adhesion of rat washed platelets. C, SB dose-dependently inhibited aggregation of rat platelets induced by collagen. Data represent mean ± S.D. (n = 6). *Significant difference from the control group at P<0.05.
Mentions: As shown in B of Fig. 1, SB dose-dependently inhibited the adhesion of platelets on collagen. And, as shown in C of Figure 1, SB also could dose-dependently inhibit the aggregation of platelets induced by collagen.

Bottom Line: Treatment of SB caused regulation of 20 proteins such as heat shock-related 70 kDa protein 2 (hsp70), LIM domain protein CLP-36, copine I, peroxiredoxin-2, coronin-1 B and cytoplasmic dynein intermediate chain 2C.The regulation of SB on protein levels was confirmed by Western blotting.The signal cascades network induced by SB after its binding with integrin α2β1 was predicted.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Shanghai Research Center for Modernization of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, People's Republic of China.

ABSTRACT

Background: Salvianolic acid B (SB) is an active component isolated from Danshen, a traditional Chinese medicine widely used for the treatment of cardiovascular disorders. Previous study suggested that SB might inhibit adhesion as well as aggregation of platelets by a mechanism involving the integrin α2β1. But, the signal cascades in platelets after SB binding are still not clear.

Methodology/principal findings: In the present study, a differential proteomic analysis (two-dimensional electrophoresis) was conducted to check the protein expression profiles of rat platelets with or without treatment of SB. Proteins altered in level after SB exposure were identified by MALDI-TOF MS/MS. Treatment of SB caused regulation of 20 proteins such as heat shock-related 70 kDa protein 2 (hsp70), LIM domain protein CLP-36, copine I, peroxiredoxin-2, coronin-1 B and cytoplasmic dynein intermediate chain 2C. The regulation of SB on protein levels was confirmed by Western blotting. The signal cascades network induced by SB after its binding with integrin α2β1 was predicted. To certify the predicted network, binding affinity of SB to integrin α2β1 was checked in vitro and ex vivo in platelets. Furthermore, the effects of SB on protein levels of hsp70, coronin-1B and intracellular levels of Ca²+ and reactive oxygen species (ROS) were checked with or without pre-treatment of platelets using antibody against integrin α2β1. Electron microscopy study confirmed that SB affected cytoskeleton structure of platelets.

Conclusions/significance: Integrin α2β1 might be one of the direct target proteins of SB in platelets. The signal cascades network of SB after binding with integrin α2β1 might include regulation of intracellular Ca²+ level, cytoskeleton-related proteins such as coronin-1B and cytoskeleton structure of platelets.

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