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Proteomics-Based Comparative Mapping of the Secretomes of Human Brown and White Adipocytes Reveals EPDR1 as a Novel Batokine

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Deshmukh, Atul S ; Peijs, Lone ; Beaudry, Jacqueline L ; Jespersen, Naja Z ; Nielsen, Carsten H ; Ma, Tao ; Brunner, Andreas D ; Larsen, Therese J ; Bayarri-Olmos, Rafael ; Prabhakar, Bhargav S ; Helgstrand, Charlotte ; Severinsen, Mai C K ; Holst, Birgitte ; Kjaer, Andreas ; Tang-Christensen, Mads ; Sanfridson, Annika ; Garred, Peter ; Privé, Gilbert G ; Pedersen, Bente K ; Gerhart-Hines, Zachary ; Nielsen, Søren ; Drucker, Daniel J ; Mann, Matthias ; Scheele, Camilla. / Proteomics-Based Comparative Mapping of the Secretomes of Human Brown and White Adipocytes Reveals EPDR1 as a Novel Batokine. I: Cell Metabolism. 2019 ; Bind 30, Nr. 5. s. 963-975.e7.

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title = "Proteomics-Based Comparative Mapping of the Secretomes of Human Brown and White Adipocytes Reveals EPDR1 as a Novel Batokine",
abstract = "Adipokines secreted from white adipose tissue play a role in metabolic crosstalk and homeostasis, whereas the brown adipose secretome is less explored. We performed high-sensitivity mass-spectrometry-based proteomics on the cell media of human adipocytes derived from the supraclavicular brown adipose and from the subcutaneous white adipose depots of adult humans. We identified 471 potentially secreted proteins covering interesting categories such as hormones, growth factors, extracellular matrix proteins, and proteins of the complement system, which were differentially regulated between brown and white adipocytes. A total of 101 proteins were exclusively quantified in brown adipocytes, and among these was ependymin-related protein 1 (EPDR1). EPDR1 was detected in human plasma, and functional studies suggested a role for EPDR1 in thermogenic determination during adipogenesis. In conclusion, we report substantial differences between the secretomes of brown and white human adipocytes and identify novel candidate batokines that can be important regulators of human metabolism.",
author = "Deshmukh, {Atul S} and Lone Peijs and Beaudry, {Jacqueline L} and Jespersen, {Naja Z} and Nielsen, {Carsten H} and Tao Ma and Brunner, {Andreas D} and Larsen, {Therese J} and Rafael Bayarri-Olmos and Prabhakar, {Bhargav S} and Charlotte Helgstrand and Severinsen, {Mai C K} and Birgitte Holst and Andreas Kjaer and Mads Tang-Christensen and Annika Sanfridson and Peter Garred and Priv{\'e}, {Gilbert G} and Pedersen, {Bente K} and Zachary Gerhart-Hines and S{\o}ren Nielsen and Drucker, {Daniel J} and Matthias Mann and Camilla Scheele",
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month = "11",
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language = "English",
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pages = "963--975.e7",
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T1 - Proteomics-Based Comparative Mapping of the Secretomes of Human Brown and White Adipocytes Reveals EPDR1 as a Novel Batokine

AU - Deshmukh, Atul S

AU - Peijs, Lone

AU - Beaudry, Jacqueline L

AU - Jespersen, Naja Z

AU - Nielsen, Carsten H

AU - Ma, Tao

AU - Brunner, Andreas D

AU - Larsen, Therese J

AU - Bayarri-Olmos, Rafael

AU - Prabhakar, Bhargav S

AU - Helgstrand, Charlotte

AU - Severinsen, Mai C K

AU - Holst, Birgitte

AU - Kjaer, Andreas

AU - Tang-Christensen, Mads

AU - Sanfridson, Annika

AU - Garred, Peter

AU - Privé, Gilbert G

AU - Pedersen, Bente K

AU - Gerhart-Hines, Zachary

AU - Nielsen, Søren

AU - Drucker, Daniel J

AU - Mann, Matthias

AU - Scheele, Camilla

N1 - Copyright © 2019 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

PY - 2019/11/5

Y1 - 2019/11/5

N2 - Adipokines secreted from white adipose tissue play a role in metabolic crosstalk and homeostasis, whereas the brown adipose secretome is less explored. We performed high-sensitivity mass-spectrometry-based proteomics on the cell media of human adipocytes derived from the supraclavicular brown adipose and from the subcutaneous white adipose depots of adult humans. We identified 471 potentially secreted proteins covering interesting categories such as hormones, growth factors, extracellular matrix proteins, and proteins of the complement system, which were differentially regulated between brown and white adipocytes. A total of 101 proteins were exclusively quantified in brown adipocytes, and among these was ependymin-related protein 1 (EPDR1). EPDR1 was detected in human plasma, and functional studies suggested a role for EPDR1 in thermogenic determination during adipogenesis. In conclusion, we report substantial differences between the secretomes of brown and white human adipocytes and identify novel candidate batokines that can be important regulators of human metabolism.

AB - Adipokines secreted from white adipose tissue play a role in metabolic crosstalk and homeostasis, whereas the brown adipose secretome is less explored. We performed high-sensitivity mass-spectrometry-based proteomics on the cell media of human adipocytes derived from the supraclavicular brown adipose and from the subcutaneous white adipose depots of adult humans. We identified 471 potentially secreted proteins covering interesting categories such as hormones, growth factors, extracellular matrix proteins, and proteins of the complement system, which were differentially regulated between brown and white adipocytes. A total of 101 proteins were exclusively quantified in brown adipocytes, and among these was ependymin-related protein 1 (EPDR1). EPDR1 was detected in human plasma, and functional studies suggested a role for EPDR1 in thermogenic determination during adipogenesis. In conclusion, we report substantial differences between the secretomes of brown and white human adipocytes and identify novel candidate batokines that can be important regulators of human metabolism.

U2 - 10.1016/j.cmet.2019.10.001

DO - 10.1016/j.cmet.2019.10.001

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VL - 30

SP - 963-975.e7

JO - Cell Metabolism

JF - Cell Metabolism

SN - 1550-4131

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