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Interrelationship of anti-oxidative status and circulating biochemical markers in patients with cancer experience tumor lysis syndrome (TLS)

By: Maria Amjad, Arif Malik, Khadija Mastoor, Sana Noreen, Bahisht Rizwan

Key Words: TLS, SOD, CAT, MDA, IL-2, TNF-ALPHA

Int. J. Micro. Myco. 11(4), 1-7, April 2020.

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Abstract

Tumor lysis syndrome is metabolic abnormality arises in response to anti-cancer treatment. It may develop in both pediatric or adult cancer and thought to be high risk oncologic emergency. Chemotherapy is one of the frequent method for the treatment of cancer patients. Fifty patients of TLS and Twenty age and sex-matched clinically apparently healthy individuals were eligible for inclusion in the study. 5 ml blood sample were taken and subjected to centrifuge at 4000-5000rpm for 10-15 minutes for the separation of serum. The level of MDA, SOD, CAT, GSH, VIT A, VIT C, VIT E, Nitric oxide (NO), Neuraminidase, Electrolytes (Na+, K+) TNF-alpha and IL-2 were estimated. The MDA level in TLS patients was increased (6.35±2.16) as compared to control (2.57±0.81) and statistically significant (0.026<0.05). SOD level decreased in TLS patients (0.954±0.065) as compared to healthy individuals (1.38±0.16) and statistically significant (0.003<0.05). TNF-alpha level in TLS patients was elevated (36.35±4.26) as compared to control (24.98±3.78) and statistically significant (0.032<0.05). IL-2 level was also raised in TLS patients (331.55±0.24) as compared to healthy ones (263.17±1.97). Nitric oxide and Neuraminidase level in TLS patients was higher (41.26±2.54 and 8.06±2.26 respectively) as compared to control group (17.78±2.67 and 7.26±2.16 respectively). Present study showed the relationship present between Oxidative stress, Vitamins, Electrolytes, IL-2, TNF-alpha and TLS. These results confirm a perfect sketch regarding circulating biomarkers and lipid peroxidation. Increased level of MDA as a biomarker of lipid peroxidation, IL-2 and TNF-alpha is the cause for the progression of the disease.

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Interrelationship of anti-oxidative status and circulating biochemical markers in patients with cancer experience tumor lysis syndrome (TLS)

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Maria Amjad, Arif Malik, Khadija Mastoor, Sana Noreen, Bahisht Rizwan.
Interrelationship of anti-oxidative status and circulating biochemical markers in patients with cancer experience tumor lysis syndrome (TLS).
Int. J. Micro. Myco. 11(4), 1-7, April 2020.
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