TABLE 1

Complement peptide concentrations in normal and diseased states

Reported concentrations of complement peptides are shown as nanogram per milliliter.

SourcePeptideReference
C3aC4aC5a
Normal
 Plasma98342NDLee et al., 2006b
 Serum48001000∼0Langone et al., 1984
 Pregnancy, plasma2393782720Richani et al., 2005
 Plasma125160NDTerui et al., 1987
 Serum10,0002000110Ohta et al., 2011
 Vitreous humor9877∼0Mondino et al., 1988
 Plasma/serum152/1597155/5805.4/312Wagner and Hugli, 1984
 Plasma86NDNDStove et al., 1996
 Plasma156ND5Bengtson et al., 1987
 Plasma20405Strey et al., 2009
Disease
 Aspirin-induced asthma, plasma148815NDLee et al., 2006b
 Psoriasis, plasma253428NDTerui et al., 1987
 Colorectal carcinoma, serum43,646NDNDHabermann et al., 2006
 Influenza serum24,00010,300129Ohta et al., 2011
 Sepsis, plasma976NDNDStove et al., 1996
 Sepsis, serum, nonsurviving1092238510Nakae et al., 1996
 Sepsis, serum, surviving62963112.3Nakae et al., 1996
 Acute ischemia, plasma63012.1Bengtson et al., 1987
 Liver resection, plasma42346Strey et al., 2009
 Chronic hepatitis C virus infection, serum12,200Imakiire et al., 2012
  • ND, not determined.