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  • image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao
    Valerio, V; Myasoedova, VA; Moschetta, D; Porro, B; +5 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article "Impact of Oxidative Stress and Protein S-Glutathionylation in Aortic Valve Sclerosis Patients with Overt Atherosclerosis" Abstract Aortic valve sclerosis (AVSc) is characterized by non-uniform thickening of the leaflets without hemodynamic changes. Endothelial dysfunction, also caused by dysregulation of glutathione homeostasis expressed as ratio between its reduced (GSH) and its oxidised form (GSSG), could represent one of the pathogenic triggers of AVSc. We prospectively enrolled 58 patients with overt atherosclerosis and requiring coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). The incidence of AVSc in the studied population was 50%. The two groups (No-AVSc and AVSc) had similar clinical characteristics. Pre-operatively, AVSc group showed significantly lower GSH/GSSG ratio than No-AVSc group (p = 0.02). Asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) concentration was significantly higher in AVSc patients compared to No-AVSc patients (p < 0.0001). Explanted sclerotic aortic valves presented a significantly increased protein glutathionylation (Pr-SSG) than No-AVSc ones (p = 0.01). In vitro, inhibition of glutathione reductase caused β-actin glutathionylation, activation of histone 2AX, upregulation of α2 smooth muscle actin (ACTA2), downregulation of platelet and endothelial cell adhesion molecule 1 (PECAM1) and cadherin 5 (CDH5). In this study, we showed for the first time that the dysregulation of glutathione homeostasis is associated with AVSc. We found that Pr-SSG is increased in AVSc leaflets and it could lead to EndMT via DNA damage. Further studies are warranted to elucidate the causal role of Pr-SSG in aortic valve degeneration. This work was supported by the Fondazione Gigi e Pupa Ferrari ONLUS [FPF-14 to P.P. at Centro Cardiologico Monzino] and the Italian Ministry of Health [RC2018-2634599] to P.P at Centro Cardiologico Monzino].

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    ZENODO
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    ZENODO
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    ZENODO
    Dataset . 2020
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    Fenu, Silvia; Pareyson, Davide;

    dataset contains information on psychosocial and demographic characteristics of ATTRv patients and relatives STUDY SUPPORTED BY GRANT FROM THE TELETHON FOUNDATION (GRANT NUMBER: GUP15010)

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    image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao
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    Zaghi, Elisa; Calvi, Michela; Puccio, Simone; Spata, Gianmarco; +18 Authors

    This record contains data set related to the article "Single-cell profiling identifies impaired adaptive NK cells expanded after HCMV reactivation in haploidentical HSCT" Haploidentical hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (h-HSCT) represents an efficient curative approach for patients affected by hematologic malignancies in which the reduced intensity conditioning induces a state of immunologic tolerance between donor and recipient. However, opportunistic viral infections greatly affect h-HSCT clinical outcomes. NK cells are the first lymphocytes that recover after transplant and provide a prompt defense against human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) infection/reactivation. By undertaking a longitudinal single-cell computational profiling of multiparametric flow cytometry, we show that HCMV accelerates NK cell immune reconstitution together with the expansion of CD158b1b2jpos/NKG2Aneg/NKG2Cpos/NKp30lo NK cells. The frequency of this subset correlates with HCMV viremia, further increases in recipients experiencing multiple episodes of viral reactivations, and persists for months after the infection. The transcriptional profile of FACS-sorted CD158b1b2jpos NK cells confirmed the ability of HCMV to deregulate NKG2C, NKG2A, and NKp30 gene expression, thus inducing the expansion of NK cells with adaptive traits. These NK cells are characterized by the downmodulation of several gene pathways associated with cell migration, the cell cycle, and effector-functions, as well as by a state of metabolic/cellular exhaustion. This profile reflects the functional impairments of adaptive NK cells to produce IFN-��, a phenomenon also due to the viral-induced expression of lymphocyte-activation gene 3 (LAG-3) and programmed cell death protein 1 (PD-1) checkpoint inhibitors. This data set is composed by .fcs flow cytometry files.

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    ZENODO
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    Achilli Felice; Pontone Gianluca; Bassetti Beatrice; Squadroni Lidia; +21 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article "G-CSF for Extensive STEMI: Results From the STEM-AMI OUTCOME CMR Substudy". Rationale: In the exploratory Phase II STEM-AMI (Stem Cells Mobilization in Acute Myocardial Infarction) trial, we reported that early administration of G-CSF (granulocyte colony-stimulating factor), in patients with anterior ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction and left ventricular (LV) dysfunction after successful percutaneous coronary intervention, had the potential to significantly attenuate LV adverse remodeling in the long-term. Objective: The STEM-AMI OUTCOME CMR (Stem Cells Mobilization in Acute Myocardial Infarction Outcome Cardiac Magnetic Resonance) Substudy was adequately powered to evaluate, in a population showing LV ejection fraction ≤45% after percutaneous coronary intervention for extensive ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction, the effects of early administration of G-CSF in terms of LV remodeling and function, infarct size assessed by late gadolinium enhancement, and myocardial strain. Methods and Results: Within the Italian, multicenter, prospective, randomized, Phase III STEM-AMI OUTCOME trial, 161 ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction patients were enrolled in the CMR Substudy and assigned to standard of care (SOC) plus G-CSF or SOC alone. In 119 patients (61 G-CSF and 58 SOC, respectively), CMR was available at baseline and 6-month follow-up. Paired imaging data were independently analyzed by 2 blinded experts in a core CMR lab. The 2 groups were similar for clinical characteristics, cardiovascular risk factors, and pharmacological treatment, except for a trend towards a larger infarct size and longer symptom-to-balloon time in G-CSF patients. ANCOVA showed that the improvement of LV ejection fraction from baseline to 6 months was 5.1% higher in G-CSF patients versus SOC (P=0.01); concurrently, there was a significant between-group difference of 6.7 mL/m2 in the change of indexed LV end-systolic volume in favor of G-CSF group (P=0.02). Indexed late gadolinium enhancement significantly decreased in G-CSF group only (P=0.04). Moreover, over time improvement of global longitudinal strain was 2.4% higher in G-CSF patients versus SOC (P=0.04). Global circumferential strain significantly improved in G-CSF group only (P=0.006). Conclusions: Early administration of G-CSF exerted a beneficial effect on top of SOC in patients with LV dysfunction after extensive ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction in terms of global systolic function, adverse remodeling, scar size, and myocardial strain. This work was supported by the following grants: Regione Lombardia (Decreto Direttore Generale [DDG] 9569); CARIPLO (Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde) Foundation (2011–2286) and Heart Care Foundation.

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    Dataset . 2020
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    ZENODO
    Dataset . 2020
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    Di Minno Alessandro; Porro Benedetta; Turnu Linda; Manega Chiara Maria; +11 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article “Untargeted Metabolomics to Go beyond the Canonical Effect of Acetylsalicylic Acid" Abstract Given to its ability to irreversibly acetylate the platelet cyclooxygenase-1 enzyme, acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) is successfully employed for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Recently, an antitumoral effect of ASA in colorectal cancer has been increasingly documented. However, the molecular and metabolic mechanisms by which ASA exerts such effect is largely unknown. Using a new, untargeted liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry approach, we have analyzed urine samples from seven healthy participants that each ingested 100 mg of ASA once daily for 1 week. Of the 2007 features detected, 25 metabolites differing after ASA ingestion (nominal p < 0.05 and variable importance in projection (VIP) score > 1) were identified, and pathway analysis revealed low levels of glutamine and of metabolites involved in histidine and purine metabolisms. Likewise, consistent with an altered fatty acid β-oxidation process, a decrease in several short- and medium-chain acyl-carnitines was observed. An abnormal β-oxidation and a lower than normal glutamine availability suggests reduced synthesis of acetyl-Co-A, as they are events linked to one another and experimentally related to ASA antiproliferative effects. While giving an example of how untargeted metabolomics allows us to explore new clinical applications of drugs, the present data provide a direction to be pursued to test the therapeutic effects of ASA-e.g., the antitumoral effect-beyond cardiovascular protection. This research was funded by Italian Ministry of Health (grant number RC-2015 BIO05 id2617742)

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    ZENODO
    Dataset . 2020
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    Dataset . 2020
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    Castellotti, Barbara; Gellera, Cinzia; Messina, Giuseppe;

    De novo variants in KCNQ2 encoding for Kv7.2 voltage-dependent neuronal potassium (K+) channel subunits are associated with developmental epileptic encephalopathy (DEE). We herein describe the clinical and electroencephalographic (EEG) features of a child with early-onset DEE caused by the novel KCNQ2 p.G310S variant. In vitro experiments demonstrated that the mutation induces loss-of-function effects on the currents produced by channels incorporating mutant subunits; these effects were counteracted by the selective Kv7 opener retigabine and by gabapentin, a recently described Kv7 activator. Given these data, the patient started treatment with gabapentin, showing a rapid and sustained clinical and EEG improvement over the following months. Overall, these results suggest that gabapentin can be regarded as a precision therapy for DEEs due to KCNQ2 loss-of-function mutations STUDY SUPPORTED BY ITALIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH - Programma GR-2016-02363337

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    Dataset . 2021
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    Benedetta, Porro; Alessandro, Di Minno; Bianca, Rocca; Fiorelli Susanna; +6 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article “Characterization of aspirin esterase activity in health and disease: In vitro and ex vivo studies" ABSTRACT Due to its ability to irreversibly inactivate platelet cyclooxygenase, low-dose aspirin (ASA) is the most widely used antithrombotic agent. Although, studies in specific types of patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD) have shown an incomplete inhibition of platelet’s cyclooxygenase, which may increase the variability in drug response. Some aspects of ASA pharmacokinetics (PK) still need further investigation. In this study, we aimed to characterise the contribution of esterase enzymes to ASA hydrolysis in the peripheral blood and to assess their activity in 36 healthy subjects (Ctrl) and 77 CVD patients. To this aim, an in vitro assay testing esterase activity in parallel to a liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry method simultaneously detecting ASA and its main metabolites salicylic (SA) and gentisic acids, have been developed. Michaelis-Menten constant (Km) calculation, ASA esterase isoforms characterisation, and ASA PK study were then achieved. The calculated Km identified plasma esterases as the enzymes with the higher affinity for the substrate compared to the RBC ones. Both rivastigmine and 4-bis-nitrophenyl phosphate inhibited plasma esterase activities, suggesting that acetylcholinesterase and carboxylesterase largely contribute to ASA hydrolysis. The feasibility of the method here developed has been explored in Ctrl and CVD patients. The effect of ASA treatment on enzyme activity was further evaluated on an age, sex and BMI matched subgroup of patients and Ctrl (n = 10 for each subgroup, on and off ASA). No overall variations were evidenced in both CVD and Ctrl groups, even when the effect of ASA treatment was tested. This result suggests the absence of any influence of disease state, drug treatments, and comorbidities on plasma esterase and the inability of ASA intake to induce esterase function. In conclusion, the method here developed allows a better characterisation of ASA esterase activity and could be helpful to define the PK-related determinants of ASA responsiveness in order to personalise regimen in specific pathological conditions. This work was supported by the Italian Ministry of Health, Rome, Italy (Ricerca Corrente 2013 BIO 05 n° 2600896; 2014 BIO 05 n°2607490; 2015 BIO 05 n° 2617742)

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    Giuseppe Liberatore; Fiore Manganelli; Pietro Emiliano Doneddu; Dario Cocito; +18 Authors

    This record contains data related to article “Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy: can a diagnosis be made in patients not fulfilling electrodiagnostic criteria?" Abstract Background and purpose: The aim was to identify the clinical and diagnostic investigations that may help to support a diagnosis of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) in patients not fulfilling the European Federation of Neurological Societies and Peripheral Nerve Society (EFNS/PNS) electrodiagnostic criteria. Methods: The data from patients with a clinical diagnosis of CIDP included in a national database were retrospectively reviewed. Results: In all, 535 patients with a diagnosis of CIDP were included. This diagnosis fulfilled the EFNS/PNS criteria in 468 patients (87.2%) (definite in 430, probable in 33, possible in three, while two had chronic immune sensory polyradiculopathy). Sixty-seven patients had a medical history and clinical signs compatible with CIDP but electrodiagnostic studies did not fulfill the EFNS/PNS criteria for CIDP. These patients had similar clinical features and frequency of abnormal supportive criteria for the diagnosis of CIDP compared to patients fulfilling EFNS/PNS criteria. Two or more abnormal supportive criteria were present in 40 (61.2%) patients rising to 54 (80.6%) if a history of a relapsing course as a possible supportive criterion was also included. Increased cerebrospinal fluid proteins and response to immune therapy most frequently helped in supporting the diagnosis of CIDP. Response to therapy was similarly frequent in patients fulfilling or not EFNS/PNS criteria (87.3% vs. 85.9%). Conclusions: Patients with a clinical diagnosis of CIDP had similar clinical findings, frequency of abnormal supportive criteria and response to therapy compared to patients fulfilling EFNS/PNS criteria. The presence of abnormal supportive criteria may help in supporting the diagnosis of CIDP in patients with a medical history and clinical signs compatible with this diagnosis but non-diagnostic nerve conduction studies.

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    ZENODO
    Dataset . 2021
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    Pisciotta, Chiara; Pareyson, Davide; Calabrese, Daniela; Saveri, Paola;

    Data from the Italian CMT registry and questionnaire on CMT and pregnancy. Study supported by Telethon-Italy Foundation - Grant GUP13006

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    Castellotti, Barbara;

    We describe a comprehensive clinical, neuroradiological, ophthalmological, and electrophysiological history of four unrelated patients affected by type 1 sialidosis. The long-term care and novel clinical and neuroradiological insights are discussed. Discussion and conclusions: We report the longest follow-up (up to 30 years) ever described in patients with type 1 sialidosis. During the course, we observed a high degree of motor and speech disability with preserved cognitive functions. Among the newest antiseizure medication, perampanel (PER) was proven to be effective in controlling myoclonus and tonic-clonic seizures, confirming it is a valid therapeutic option for these patients. Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) disclosed new findings, including bilateral gliosis of cerebellar folia and of the occipital white matter. In addition, a newly reported variant (c.914G > A) is described. study supported by Istanbul University Research Fund TOA-2019-33450.

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    Valerio, V; Myasoedova, VA; Moschetta, D; Porro, B; +5 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article "Impact of Oxidative Stress and Protein S-Glutathionylation in Aortic Valve Sclerosis Patients with Overt Atherosclerosis" Abstract Aortic valve sclerosis (AVSc) is characterized by non-uniform thickening of the leaflets without hemodynamic changes. Endothelial dysfunction, also caused by dysregulation of glutathione homeostasis expressed as ratio between its reduced (GSH) and its oxidised form (GSSG), could represent one of the pathogenic triggers of AVSc. We prospectively enrolled 58 patients with overt atherosclerosis and requiring coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). The incidence of AVSc in the studied population was 50%. The two groups (No-AVSc and AVSc) had similar clinical characteristics. Pre-operatively, AVSc group showed significantly lower GSH/GSSG ratio than No-AVSc group (p = 0.02). Asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) concentration was significantly higher in AVSc patients compared to No-AVSc patients (p < 0.0001). Explanted sclerotic aortic valves presented a significantly increased protein glutathionylation (Pr-SSG) than No-AVSc ones (p = 0.01). In vitro, inhibition of glutathione reductase caused β-actin glutathionylation, activation of histone 2AX, upregulation of α2 smooth muscle actin (ACTA2), downregulation of platelet and endothelial cell adhesion molecule 1 (PECAM1) and cadherin 5 (CDH5). In this study, we showed for the first time that the dysregulation of glutathione homeostasis is associated with AVSc. We found that Pr-SSG is increased in AVSc leaflets and it could lead to EndMT via DNA damage. Further studies are warranted to elucidate the causal role of Pr-SSG in aortic valve degeneration. This work was supported by the Fondazione Gigi e Pupa Ferrari ONLUS [FPF-14 to P.P. at Centro Cardiologico Monzino] and the Italian Ministry of Health [RC2018-2634599] to P.P at Centro Cardiologico Monzino].

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    Fenu, Silvia; Pareyson, Davide;

    dataset contains information on psychosocial and demographic characteristics of ATTRv patients and relatives STUDY SUPPORTED BY GRANT FROM THE TELETHON FOUNDATION (GRANT NUMBER: GUP15010)

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    Zaghi, Elisa; Calvi, Michela; Puccio, Simone; Spata, Gianmarco; +18 Authors

    This record contains data set related to the article "Single-cell profiling identifies impaired adaptive NK cells expanded after HCMV reactivation in haploidentical HSCT" Haploidentical hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (h-HSCT) represents an efficient curative approach for patients affected by hematologic malignancies in which the reduced intensity conditioning induces a state of immunologic tolerance between donor and recipient. However, opportunistic viral infections greatly affect h-HSCT clinical outcomes. NK cells are the first lymphocytes that recover after transplant and provide a prompt defense against human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) infection/reactivation. By undertaking a longitudinal single-cell computational profiling of multiparametric flow cytometry, we show that HCMV accelerates NK cell immune reconstitution together with the expansion of CD158b1b2jpos/NKG2Aneg/NKG2Cpos/NKp30lo NK cells. The frequency of this subset correlates with HCMV viremia, further increases in recipients experiencing multiple episodes of viral reactivations, and persists for months after the infection. The transcriptional profile of FACS-sorted CD158b1b2jpos NK cells confirmed the ability of HCMV to deregulate NKG2C, NKG2A, and NKp30 gene expression, thus inducing the expansion of NK cells with adaptive traits. These NK cells are characterized by the downmodulation of several gene pathways associated with cell migration, the cell cycle, and effector-functions, as well as by a state of metabolic/cellular exhaustion. This profile reflects the functional impairments of adaptive NK cells to produce IFN-��, a phenomenon also due to the viral-induced expression of lymphocyte-activation gene 3 (LAG-3) and programmed cell death protein 1 (PD-1) checkpoint inhibitors. This data set is composed by .fcs flow cytometry files.

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    Achilli Felice; Pontone Gianluca; Bassetti Beatrice; Squadroni Lidia; +21 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article "G-CSF for Extensive STEMI: Results From the STEM-AMI OUTCOME CMR Substudy". Rationale: In the exploratory Phase II STEM-AMI (Stem Cells Mobilization in Acute Myocardial Infarction) trial, we reported that early administration of G-CSF (granulocyte colony-stimulating factor), in patients with anterior ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction and left ventricular (LV) dysfunction after successful percutaneous coronary intervention, had the potential to significantly attenuate LV adverse remodeling in the long-term. Objective: The STEM-AMI OUTCOME CMR (Stem Cells Mobilization in Acute Myocardial Infarction Outcome Cardiac Magnetic Resonance) Substudy was adequately powered to evaluate, in a population showing LV ejection fraction ≤45% after percutaneous coronary intervention for extensive ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction, the effects of early administration of G-CSF in terms of LV remodeling and function, infarct size assessed by late gadolinium enhancement, and myocardial strain. Methods and Results: Within the Italian, multicenter, prospective, randomized, Phase III STEM-AMI OUTCOME trial, 161 ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction patients were enrolled in the CMR Substudy and assigned to standard of care (SOC) plus G-CSF or SOC alone. In 119 patients (61 G-CSF and 58 SOC, respectively), CMR was available at baseline and 6-month follow-up. Paired imaging data were independently analyzed by 2 blinded experts in a core CMR lab. The 2 groups were similar for clinical characteristics, cardiovascular risk factors, and pharmacological treatment, except for a trend towards a larger infarct size and longer symptom-to-balloon time in G-CSF patients. ANCOVA showed that the improvement of LV ejection fraction from baseline to 6 months was 5.1% higher in G-CSF patients versus SOC (P=0.01); concurrently, there was a significant between-group difference of 6.7 mL/m2 in the change of indexed LV end-systolic volume in favor of G-CSF group (P=0.02). Indexed late gadolinium enhancement significantly decreased in G-CSF group only (P=0.04). Moreover, over time improvement of global longitudinal strain was 2.4% higher in G-CSF patients versus SOC (P=0.04). Global circumferential strain significantly improved in G-CSF group only (P=0.006). Conclusions: Early administration of G-CSF exerted a beneficial effect on top of SOC in patients with LV dysfunction after extensive ST-segment–elevation myocardial infarction in terms of global systolic function, adverse remodeling, scar size, and myocardial strain. This work was supported by the following grants: Regione Lombardia (Decreto Direttore Generale [DDG] 9569); CARIPLO (Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde) Foundation (2011–2286) and Heart Care Foundation.

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    Di Minno Alessandro; Porro Benedetta; Turnu Linda; Manega Chiara Maria; +11 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article “Untargeted Metabolomics to Go beyond the Canonical Effect of Acetylsalicylic Acid" Abstract Given to its ability to irreversibly acetylate the platelet cyclooxygenase-1 enzyme, acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) is successfully employed for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Recently, an antitumoral effect of ASA in colorectal cancer has been increasingly documented. However, the molecular and metabolic mechanisms by which ASA exerts such effect is largely unknown. Using a new, untargeted liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry approach, we have analyzed urine samples from seven healthy participants that each ingested 100 mg of ASA once daily for 1 week. Of the 2007 features detected, 25 metabolites differing after ASA ingestion (nominal p < 0.05 and variable importance in projection (VIP) score > 1) were identified, and pathway analysis revealed low levels of glutamine and of metabolites involved in histidine and purine metabolisms. Likewise, consistent with an altered fatty acid β-oxidation process, a decrease in several short- and medium-chain acyl-carnitines was observed. An abnormal β-oxidation and a lower than normal glutamine availability suggests reduced synthesis of acetyl-Co-A, as they are events linked to one another and experimentally related to ASA antiproliferative effects. While giving an example of how untargeted metabolomics allows us to explore new clinical applications of drugs, the present data provide a direction to be pursued to test the therapeutic effects of ASA-e.g., the antitumoral effect-beyond cardiovascular protection. This research was funded by Italian Ministry of Health (grant number RC-2015 BIO05 id2617742)

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    Castellotti, Barbara; Gellera, Cinzia; Messina, Giuseppe;

    De novo variants in KCNQ2 encoding for Kv7.2 voltage-dependent neuronal potassium (K+) channel subunits are associated with developmental epileptic encephalopathy (DEE). We herein describe the clinical and electroencephalographic (EEG) features of a child with early-onset DEE caused by the novel KCNQ2 p.G310S variant. In vitro experiments demonstrated that the mutation induces loss-of-function effects on the currents produced by channels incorporating mutant subunits; these effects were counteracted by the selective Kv7 opener retigabine and by gabapentin, a recently described Kv7 activator. Given these data, the patient started treatment with gabapentin, showing a rapid and sustained clinical and EEG improvement over the following months. Overall, these results suggest that gabapentin can be regarded as a precision therapy for DEEs due to KCNQ2 loss-of-function mutations STUDY SUPPORTED BY ITALIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH - Programma GR-2016-02363337

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    Benedetta, Porro; Alessandro, Di Minno; Bianca, Rocca; Fiorelli Susanna; +6 Authors

    This record contains raw data related to the article “Characterization of aspirin esterase activity in health and disease: In vitro and ex vivo studies" ABSTRACT Due to its ability to irreversibly inactivate platelet cyclooxygenase, low-dose aspirin (ASA) is the most widely used antithrombotic agent. Although, studies in specific types of patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD) have shown an incomplete inhibition of platelet’s cyclooxygenase, which may increase the variability in drug response. Some aspects of ASA pharmacokinetics (PK) still need further investigation. In this study, we aimed to characterise the contribution of esterase enzymes to ASA hydrolysis in the peripheral blood and to assess their activity in 36 healthy subjects (Ctrl) and 77 CVD patients. To this aim, an in vitro assay testing esterase activity in parallel to a liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry method simultaneously detecting ASA and its main metabolites salicylic (SA) and gentisic acids, have been developed. Michaelis-Menten constant (Km) calculation, ASA esterase isoforms characterisation, and ASA PK study were then achieved. The calculated Km identified plasma esterases as the enzymes with the higher affinity for the substrate compared to the RBC ones. Both rivastigmine and 4-bis-nitrophenyl phosphate inhibited plasma esterase activities, suggesting that acetylcholinesterase and carboxylesterase largely contribute to ASA hydrolysis. The feasibility of the method here developed has been explored in Ctrl and CVD patients. The effect of ASA treatment on enzyme activity was further evaluated on an age, sex and BMI matched subgroup of patients and Ctrl (n = 10 for each subgroup, on and off ASA). No overall variations were evidenced in both CVD and Ctrl groups, even when the effect of ASA treatment was tested. This result suggests the absence of any influence of disease state, drug treatments, and comorbidities on plasma esterase and the inability of ASA intake to induce esterase function. In conclusion, the method here developed allows a better characterisation of ASA esterase activity and could be helpful to define the PK-related determinants of ASA responsiveness in order to personalise regimen in specific pathological conditions. This work was supported by the Italian Ministry of Health, Rome, Italy (Ricerca Corrente 2013 BIO 05 n° 2600896; 2014 BIO 05 n°2607490; 2015 BIO 05 n° 2617742)

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    Giuseppe Liberatore; Fiore Manganelli; Pietro Emiliano Doneddu; Dario Cocito; +18 Authors

    This record contains data related to article “Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy: can a diagnosis be made in patients not fulfilling electrodiagnostic criteria?" Abstract Background and purpose: The aim was to identify the clinical and diagnostic investigations that may help to support a diagnosis of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) in patients not fulfilling the European Federation of Neurological Societies and Peripheral Nerve Society (EFNS/PNS) electrodiagnostic criteria. Methods: The data from patients with a clinical diagnosis of CIDP included in a national database were retrospectively reviewed. Results: In all, 535 patients with a diagnosis of CIDP were included. This diagnosis fulfilled the EFNS/PNS criteria in 468 patients (87.2%) (definite in 430, probable in 33, possible in three, while two had chronic immune sensory polyradiculopathy). Sixty-seven patients had a medical history and clinical signs compatible with CIDP but electrodiagnostic studies did not fulfill the EFNS/PNS criteria for CIDP. These patients had similar clinical features and frequency of abnormal supportive criteria for the diagnosis of CIDP compared to patients fulfilling EFNS/PNS criteria. Two or more abnormal supportive criteria were present in 40 (61.2%) patients rising to 54 (80.6%) if a history of a relapsing course as a possible supportive criterion was also included. Increased cerebrospinal fluid proteins and response to immune therapy most frequently helped in supporting the diagnosis of CIDP. Response to therapy was similarly frequent in patients fulfilling or not EFNS/PNS criteria (87.3% vs. 85.9%). Conclusions: Patients with a clinical diagnosis of CIDP had similar clinical findings, frequency of abnormal supportive criteria and response to therapy compared to patients fulfilling EFNS/PNS criteria. The presence of abnormal supportive criteria may help in supporting the diagnosis of CIDP in patients with a medical history and clinical signs compatible with this diagnosis but non-diagnostic nerve conduction studies.

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    Pisciotta, Chiara; Pareyson, Davide; Calabrese, Daniela; Saveri, Paola;

    Data from the Italian CMT registry and questionnaire on CMT and pregnancy. Study supported by Telethon-Italy Foundation - Grant GUP13006

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    Castellotti, Barbara;

    We describe a comprehensive clinical, neuroradiological, ophthalmological, and electrophysiological history of four unrelated patients affected by type 1 sialidosis. The long-term care and novel clinical and neuroradiological insights are discussed. Discussion and conclusions: We report the longest follow-up (up to 30 years) ever described in patients with type 1 sialidosis. During the course, we observed a high degree of motor and speech disability with preserved cognitive functions. Among the newest antiseizure medication, perampanel (PER) was proven to be effective in controlling myoclonus and tonic-clonic seizures, confirming it is a valid therapeutic option for these patients. Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) disclosed new findings, including bilateral gliosis of cerebellar folia and of the occipital white matter. In addition, a newly reported variant (c.914G > A) is described. study supported by Istanbul University Research Fund TOA-2019-33450.

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