Table 1 Heat-resistant proteins of healthy controls whose amount increased following treatment with different DNAs.

From: Bacterial DNA induces the formation of heat-resistant disease-associated proteins in human plasma

NAccession No UniProtUniprot AccessionProtein name
eDNA of P. aeruginosa
1P02768ALBU_HUMANSerum albumin
2P02751FINC_HUMANFibronectin
3B4E1Z4B4E1Z4_HUMAcDNA FLJ55673, highly similar to Complement factor B
4P02774VTDB_HUMANVitamin D-binding protein
5P01859IGHG2_HUMANImmunoglobulin heavy constant gamma 2
6P00747PLMN_HUMANPlasminogen
7Q14624ITIH4_HUMANInter-alpha-trypsin inhibitor heavy chain H4
8Q5T987ITIH2_HUMANInter-alpha-trypsin inhibitor heavy chain H2
9P04114APOB_HUMANApolipoprotein B-100
10O14791APOL1_HUMANApolipoprotein L1
11P19652A1AG2_HUMANAlpha-1-acid glycoprotein 2
12P20851C4BPB_HUMANC4b-binding protein beta chain
13P01857IGHG1_HUMANImmunoglobulin heavy constant gamma 1
eDNA of S.aureus
1P02652APOA2_HUMANApolipoprotein A-II
eDNA of S.mitis
1P02652APOA2_HUMANApolipoprotein A-II
eDNA of E.coli
1P19652A1AG2_HUMANAlpha-1-acid glycoprotein 2
2P04114APOB_HUMANApolipoprotein B-100
3P20851C4BPB_HUMANC4b-binding protein beta chain
  1. *Significant fold change in the level of heat-resistant proteins between normal plasma and plasma treated with eDNA for the proteins with spectrum counts <200 and over 30% increase for the proteins with spectrum counts >200*.