Salivary proteomics of healthy dogs: An in depth catalog

Sheila M.F. Torres, Eva Furrow, Clarissa P. Souza, Jennifer L. Granick, Ebbing P. De Jong, Timothy J. Griffin, Xiong Wang

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Objective To provide an in-depth catalog of the salivary proteome and endogenous peptidome of healthy dogs, evaluate proteins and peptides with antimicrobial properties, and compare the most common salivary proteins and peptides between different breed phylogeny groups. Methods 36 healthy dogs without evidence of periodontal disease representing four breed phylogeny groups, based upon single nucleotide polymorphism haplotypes (ancient, herding/sight-hound, and two miscellaneous groups). Saliva collected from dogs was pooled by phylogeny group and analyzed using nanoscale liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. Resulting tandem mass spectra were compared to databases for identification of endogenous peptides and inferred proteins. Results 2,491 proteins and endogenous peptides were found in the saliva of healthy dogs with no periodontal disease. All dog phylogeny groups’ saliva was rich in proteins and peptides with antimicrobial functions. The ancient breeds group was distinct in that it contained unique proteins and was missing many proteins and peptides present in the other groups. Conclusions and clinical relevance Using a sophisticated nanoscale liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry, we were able to identify 10-fold more salivary proteins than previously reported in dogs. Seven of the top 10 most abundant proteins or peptides serve immune functions and many more with various antimicrobial mechanisms were found. This is the most comprehensive analysis of healthy canine saliva to date, and will provide the groundwork for future studies analyzing salivary proteins and endogenous peptides in disease states.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article numbere0191307
JournalPloS one
Volume13
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 2018

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Proteomics
proteomics
Dogs
Peptides
Phylogeny
Salivary Proteins and Peptides
dogs
peptides
Saliva
saliva
Proteins
proteins
Liquid chromatography
Periodontal Diseases
Tandem Mass Spectrometry
Liquid Chromatography
Mass spectrometry
phylogeny
breeds
liquid chromatography

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Salivary proteomics of healthy dogs : An in depth catalog. / Torres, Sheila M.F.; Furrow, Eva; Souza, Clarissa P.; Granick, Jennifer L.; De Jong, Ebbing P.; Griffin, Timothy J.; Wang, Xiong.

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