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INPUT OF DEEP PHENOTYPING IN THE METABOLIC SYNDROME STRATIFICATION

Abstract : Introduction Metabolic syndrome (MetS), defined as a cluster of cardiometabolic factors, is a public health challenge because of its growing prevalence. In the context of personalized medicine, new tools are necessary to bring additional knowledge about MetS etiology, better stratify populations and customise strategies for prevention. The objective of this study was to characterize the MetS phenotypic spectrum using complementary untargeted metabolomics platforms (HRMS, RMN). Technological and methodological innovation A case-control study was designed within the Quebec NuAge cohort1. Six complementary untargeted metabolomic/lipidomic approaches were performed on serum samples collected at recruitment and 3 years later. Procedures were set up to guaranty the inter-laboratory standardisation from sample preparation to data processing, performed using reproducible online Galaxy workflows. A full feature selection strategy was developed to build a comprehensive molecular MetS signature, stable over time. Results and impact A wide range of metabolites (lipids, carbohydrates, amino-acids, peptides…) reflecting subject stability and providing new insights about underlying mechanisms, were found to be modulated. An optimized reduced signature was proposed, allowing good prediction performances (12% misclassification, AUC=0.95, CI:[0.92-0.98]). These results demonstrated the interest of a multidimensional molecular phenotyping as part of the next generation of medicine tools in the frame of noncommunicable diseases. References [1] Gaudreau P et al., 2007. Rejuvenation Res.10(3):377-386.
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Stéphanie Monnerie, Mélanie Pétéra, Cécile Canlet, Florence Castelli, Benoit Colsch, et al.. INPUT OF DEEP PHENOTYPING IN THE METABOLIC SYNDROME STRATIFICATION. European RFMF Metabomeeting 2020, Jan 2020, Toulouse, France. 262 p., 2020. ⟨hal-02505908⟩

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