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Table 1 Bronchoalveolar lavage fluid proteins that were significantly elevated following aerosolization of bacterial lysate relative to baseline

From: Pulmonary and systemic responses to aerosolized lysate of Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli in calves

AccessionDescriptionRatio of post-lysate to baslineP-value
G3MYZ3Afamin2.060.04
Q7SIH1Alpha-2-macroglobulin3.050.04
P01888Beta-2-microglobulin2.250.00
Q0V8R6Beta-hexosaminidase subunit alpha1.670.01
F1N076Ceruloplasmin2.920.04
P81187Complement factor B2.220.00
Q28085Complement factor H3.390.04
A5PJT7ECM1 protein2.780.02
Q29437Primary amine oxidase, liver isozyme3.230.01
P82943Regakine-12.500.04
Q29443Serotransferrin1.920.01
G3N1U4Serpin A3–32.460.05
Q2KIS7Tetranectin3.020.04
F1MMR5Tetratricopeptide repeat domain 382.300.03
Q3ZBS7Vitronectin2.240.02
E1BH06Uncharacterized proteina2.460.05
F1MCF8Uncharacterized protein1.400.02
F1MJK3Uncharacterized protein4.340.04
F1MVK1Uncharacterized protein4.190.05
  1. The table shows bronchoalveolar lavage fluid proteins that were significantly elevated (n = 19) following aerosolization of bacterial lysate relative to baseline, as determined by a paired t-test. Tandem mass-tag mass spectrometry was performed on bronchoalveolar lavage fluid from 4 calves obtained at baseline and 24 h after aerosol administration of bacterial lysate, with data analysis and protein normalization in Proteome Discoverer 2.2 against Uniprot Bovine Database
  2. aFour uncharacterized proteins were increased following treatment