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Titolo:
Filtration of native and glycated beta(2)-microglobulin by charged and neutral dialysis membranes
Autore:
Randoux, C; Gillery, P; Georges, N; Lavaud, S; Chanard, J;
Indirizzi:
Ctr Hosp & Univ, Serv Nephrol, F-51090 Reims, France Ctr Hosp & Univ Reims France F-51090 Serv Nephrol, F-51090 Reims, France Ctr Hosp & Univ, Biochim Lab, Reims, France Ctr Hosp & Univ Reims France tr Hosp & Univ, Biochim Lab, Reims, France
Titolo Testata:
KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
fascicolo: 4, volume: 60, anno: 2001,
pagine: 1571 - 1577
SICI:
0085-2538(200110)60:4<1571:FONAGB>2.0.ZU;2-2
Fonte:
ISI
Lingua:
ENG
Soggetto:
GLYCOSYLATION END-PRODUCTS; OXIDATION PROTEIN PRODUCTS; STAGE RENAL-FAILURE; AMYLOID BETA(2)-MICROGLOBULIN; HEMODIALYSIS MEMBRANES; CARBONYL STRESS; SERUM-ALBUMIN; D-GLUCOSE; BETA-2-MICROGLOBULIN; PENTOSIDINE;
Keywords:
chronic uremia; dialysis-related amyloidosis; hemodialysis.; high-flux dialysis membrane; nonenzymatic glycation; AN69 membrane; polysulfone membrane; polymethylmethacrylate membrane;
Tipo documento:
Article
Natura:
Periodico
Settore Disciplinare:
Clinical Medicine
Life Sciences
Citazioni:
40
Recensione:
Indirizzi per estratti:
Indirizzo: Chanard, J Ctr Hosp & Univ, Serv Nephrol, 45 Rue Cognac Jay, F-51090 Reims, France Ctr Hosp & Univ 45 Rue Cognac Jay Reims France F-51090 France
Citazione:
C. Randoux et al., "Filtration of native and glycated beta(2)-microglobulin by charged and neutral dialysis membranes", KIDNEY INT, 60(4), 2001, pp. 1571-1577

Abstract

Background. It has been postulated that protein glycation and formation ofadvanced glycation end products (AGE) are among toxic factors in chronic uremia, whether the renal disease is of diabetic or nondiabetic origin. In this setting, AGE-modified beta (2)-microglobulin (beta (2)m) may favor dialysis beta (2)m-related dialysis amyloidosis. Consequently, efficient removal of modified beta (2)m by highly permeable dialysis membranes is as important as removal of native beta (2)m to postpone the development of dialysis amyloidosis. Methods. To define the role of dialysis membrane surface electronegativityon plasma protein transfer, an in vitro model was used to test the interactions of native and glycated beta (2)m with various highly permeable dialysis membranes. An experimental circuit with minidialyzers was used. The neutral high-flux polysulfone membrane (PS), the electronegative polymethylmetacrylate membrane (PMMA), the electronegative AN69 membrane and a modified AN69 membrane, the surface of which was neutralized with polyethyleneimine (AN69-PEI), were tested using both native beta (2)m and the more acidic glycated beta (2)m. Protein mass transfer and binding to the membrane were measured. Results. Mass transfer of glycated beta (2)m was significantly decreased through all membranes tested when compared with native P-m. This result was due to the increased molecular weight of P-m, which became less permeable to porous membranes, whereas adsorption of both native and glycated beta (2)m to membranes, due to ionic interactions, decreased similarly with AN69 and AN69-PEI, but remained unchanged with PS and PMMA. Moreover, surface neutralization of AN69 membrane did not alter its core binding capacity, since beta (2)m absorption accounted for 98 and 97% and glycated beta (2)m for 83.7 and 81.4% of the protein removed with AN69 and AN69-PEI, respectively. Conclusion. Clearance of glycated beta (2)m through highly permeable neutral and negatively charged membranes was lower than that of native beta (2)m, reflecting a decreased sieving coefficient for the neoformed higher molecular weight and conformationally altered molecule. The binding capacity of the neutral PS was roughly half that of the charged membranes. Neutralizingsurface electronegativity of the AN69 membrane with PEI did not alter its binding capacity. These results suggest that it would be useful for dialysis protocols to include comparative studies of both serum native and modified beta M-2 in order to prevent beta (2)m-amyloidosis.

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