Gender and chronological age affect erythrocyte membrane oxidative indices in citrate phosphate dextrose adenine-formula 1 (CPDA-1) blood bank storage condition.


ERMAN H., Aksu U. , Belce A., Atukeren P., Uzun D., Cebe T., ...More

General physiology and biophysics, vol.35, no.3, pp.343-51, 2016 (Journal Indexed in SCI Expanded) identifier identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 35 Issue: 3
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Doi Number: 10.4149/gpb_2016001
  • Title of Journal : General physiology and biophysics
  • Page Numbers: pp.343-51
  • Keywords: Aging, Free radicals, Erythrocyte, Blood bank storage, Percoll density gradient centrifugation, ELECTRON-PARAMAGNETIC-RESONANCE, PROOXIDANT-ANTIOXIDANT BALANCE, BIOLOGICAL-FLUIDS, REDOX HOMEOSTASIS, STRESS, RATS, MARKERS, HUMANS, PLASMA, CELLS

Abstract

It is well known that in vitro storage lesions lead to membrane dysfunction and decreased number of functional erythrocytes. As erythrocytes get older, in storage media as well as in peripheral circulation, they undergo a variety of biochemical changes. In our study, the erythrocytes with different age groups in citrate phosphate dextrose adenine-formula 1 (CPDA-1) storage solution were used in order to investigate the possible effect of gender factor on oxidative damage. Oxidative damage biomarkers in erythrocyte membranes such as ferric reducing antioxidant power, pro oxidant-antioxidant balance, protein-bound advance glycation end products, and sialic acid were analyzed. Current study reveals that change in membrane redox status during blood-bank storage condition also depends on both gender-depended homeostatic factors and the presence of CPDA-1. During the storage period in CPDA-1, erythrocytes from the male donors are mostly affected by free radical-mediated oxidative stress but erythrocytes obtained from females are severely affected by glyoxidative stress.