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Abstract

A plasma metabolomic model obtained by means of untargeted H nuclear magnetic resonance, to which taurine, choline, methylamine, total glutathione, trimethylamine N-oxide, lactate, lysine, isoleucine, total fatty acids and unsaturated fatty acids contributed, was validated for the prediction of first episodes of cytomegalovirus (CMV) DNAaemia in a cohort of 79 allogeneic stem haematopoietic stem cell transplant (allo-HSCT) recipients. The predictive success rate was nearly 65 % for patients at both low and high risk of CMV-related complications according to their baseline characteristics. Plasma metabolomics profiling shortly after engraftment (day 21 after transplantation) allowed the anticipation of the occurrence of CMV DNAaemia in 71 % of patients. Plasma metabolomics analyses may be ancillary for identifying allo-HSCT patients at the highest risk of CMV DNAaemia who may benefit from early targeted antiviral prophylaxis.

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2018-05-04
2019-10-15
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