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  • 1
    ISSN: 1432-0584
    Keywords: Complement system ; C1 inhibitor ; Bone marrow transplantation ; Capillary leak syndrome
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract Capillary leak syndrome (CLS) is a severe complication after bone marrow transplantation (BMT). To investigate whether there is a pathogenetic role of the complement system, we monitored the levels of the terminal complement complex C5b-9 (TCC) and C3a-desArg as indicators of an activation of the complement system and the inhibitor of the classical pathway of the complement cascade, C1 inhibitor (C1-INH), in 48 bone marrow transplant recipients from 1 week before to 5 weeks after transplantation. Capillary leak syndrome developed in 7 out of 48 patients between days 1 and 12 after BMT. Complement activation as indicated by TCC levels was more pronounced in patients with CLS (n=7) from day −8 to +28 (p〈0.05; day −1) and the elevation of TCC levels lasted longer in CLS patients (peak day 21) than in patients without this complication (peak day 7). Mean C3a-desArg levels were highest in patients with CLS reaching a peak at day 7. During the early posttransplant period a significant elevation of C1-INH levels (p〈0.01 and p〈0.05 respectively) compared with baseline levels (day −8) was found in patients with and without CLS, which was more pronounced in those patients with CLS (p〈0.05). Although we could not observe an absolute C1-INH deficiency as compared to healthy individuals our data support the presence of a relative deficiency of the inhibitor which might explain the reported beneficial effects of C1-INH substitution in BMT related CLS.
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    ISSN: 1432-0584
    Keywords: Key words Complement system ; C1 inhibitor ; Bone marrow transplantation ; Capillary leak syndrome
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract  Capillary leak syndrome (CLS) is a severe complication after bone marrow transplantation (BMT). To investigate whether there is a pathogenetic role of the complement system, we monitored the levels of the terminal complement complex C5b-9 (TCC) and C3a-desArg as indicators of an activation of the complement system and the inhibitor of the classical pathway of the complement cascade, C1 inhibitor (C1-INH), in 48 bone marrow transplant recipients from 1 week before to 5 weeks after transplantation. Capillary leak syndrome developed in 7 out of 48 patients between days 1 and 12 after BMT. Complement activation as indicated by TCC levels was more pronounced in patients with CLS (n = 7) from day –8 to +28 (p〈0.05; day –1) and the elevation of TCC levels lasted longer in CLS patients (peak day 21) than in patients without this complication (peak day 7). Mean C3a-desArg levels were highest in patients with CLS reaching a peak at day 7. During the early posttransplant period a significant elevation of C1-INH levels (p〈0.01 and p〈0.05 respectively) compared with baseline levels (day –8) was found in patients with and without CLS, which was more pronounced in those patients with CLS (p〈0.05). Although we could not observe an absolute C1-INH deficiency as compared to healthy individuals our data support the presence of a relative deficiency of the inhibitor which might explain the reported beneficial effects of C1-INH substitution in BMT related CLS.
    Type of Medium: Electronic Resource
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