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Mechanistic biomarkers provide early and sensitive detection of acetaminophen-induced acute liver injury at first presentation to hospital.

Antoine DJ, Dear JW, Lewis PS, Platt V, Coyle J, Masson M, Thanacoody RH, Gray AJ, Webb DJ, Moggs JG, Bateman DN, Goldring CE, Park BK - Hepatology (2013)

Bottom Line: In all patients, biomarkers at first presentation significantly correlated with peak ALT or INR.In patients presenting with normal ALT or INR, miR-122, HMGB1, and necrosis K18 identified the development of liver injury (n = 15) or not (n = 84) with a high degree of accuracy and significantly outperformed ALT, INR, and plasma acetaminophen concentration for the prediction of subsequent ALI (n = 11) compared with no ALI (n = 52) in patients presenting within 8 hours of overdose.The application of such a biomarker panel could improve the speed of clinical decision-making, both in the treatment of ALI and the design/execution of patient-individualized treatment strategies.

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Affiliation: MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science, Department of Molecular & Clinical Pharmacology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.

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Plasma biomarker values at presentation to the hospital emergency department correlate with peak INR. (A) miR-122, (B) total HMGB1, (C) apoptosis K18, (D) necrosis K18, and (E) GLDH activity were correlated against peak INR in patients who presented early after acetaminophen overdose (<24 hours, n = 129).
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fig02: Plasma biomarker values at presentation to the hospital emergency department correlate with peak INR. (A) miR-122, (B) total HMGB1, (C) apoptosis K18, (D) necrosis K18, and (E) GLDH activity were correlated against peak INR in patients who presented early after acetaminophen overdose (<24 hours, n = 129).

Mentions: We performed a correlation analysis from individual marker values at first presentation against the peak INR value during patient hospitalization. The presentation values for plasma miR-122, HMGB1, apoptosis K18, necrosis K18, and GLDH activity all significantly correlated with peak INR values (P < 0.0001, Fig. 2A-E). The correlation coefficients (R2) were 0.24, 0.42, 0.29, 0.34, and 0.13 and the Pearson R values (95% CI) were 0.49 (0.34-0.61), 0.64 (0.53-0.74), 0.54 (0.40, 0.65), 0.59 (0.46-0.69), and 0.37 (0.21-0.51) for miR-122, HMGB1, apoptosis K18, necrosis K18, and GLDH activity, respectively. Presentation and 4-hour back-extrapolated plasma acetaminophen concentration did not significantly correlate with either peak ALT activity or peak INR (Fig. 3).


Mechanistic biomarkers provide early and sensitive detection of acetaminophen-induced acute liver injury at first presentation to hospital.

Antoine DJ, Dear JW, Lewis PS, Platt V, Coyle J, Masson M, Thanacoody RH, Gray AJ, Webb DJ, Moggs JG, Bateman DN, Goldring CE, Park BK - Hepatology (2013)

Plasma biomarker values at presentation to the hospital emergency department correlate with peak INR. (A) miR-122, (B) total HMGB1, (C) apoptosis K18, (D) necrosis K18, and (E) GLDH activity were correlated against peak INR in patients who presented early after acetaminophen overdose (<24 hours, n = 129).
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fig02: Plasma biomarker values at presentation to the hospital emergency department correlate with peak INR. (A) miR-122, (B) total HMGB1, (C) apoptosis K18, (D) necrosis K18, and (E) GLDH activity were correlated against peak INR in patients who presented early after acetaminophen overdose (<24 hours, n = 129).
Mentions: We performed a correlation analysis from individual marker values at first presentation against the peak INR value during patient hospitalization. The presentation values for plasma miR-122, HMGB1, apoptosis K18, necrosis K18, and GLDH activity all significantly correlated with peak INR values (P < 0.0001, Fig. 2A-E). The correlation coefficients (R2) were 0.24, 0.42, 0.29, 0.34, and 0.13 and the Pearson R values (95% CI) were 0.49 (0.34-0.61), 0.64 (0.53-0.74), 0.54 (0.40, 0.65), 0.59 (0.46-0.69), and 0.37 (0.21-0.51) for miR-122, HMGB1, apoptosis K18, necrosis K18, and GLDH activity, respectively. Presentation and 4-hour back-extrapolated plasma acetaminophen concentration did not significantly correlate with either peak ALT activity or peak INR (Fig. 3).

Bottom Line: In all patients, biomarkers at first presentation significantly correlated with peak ALT or INR.In patients presenting with normal ALT or INR, miR-122, HMGB1, and necrosis K18 identified the development of liver injury (n = 15) or not (n = 84) with a high degree of accuracy and significantly outperformed ALT, INR, and plasma acetaminophen concentration for the prediction of subsequent ALI (n = 11) compared with no ALI (n = 52) in patients presenting within 8 hours of overdose.The application of such a biomarker panel could improve the speed of clinical decision-making, both in the treatment of ALI and the design/execution of patient-individualized treatment strategies.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science, Department of Molecular & Clinical Pharmacology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.

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