Hajlamosító gének vizsgálata magyar morbus Crohn- és colitis ulcerosás betegpopulációban

Translated title of the contribution: Susceptibility genetic variants in Hungarian morbus Crohn and ulcerative colitis patients

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We examined several susceptibility genetic variants to inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis) in Hungarian population, such as the CARD15 R702W, G908R, 1007finsC genetic variants, the SLC22A4 C1672T and SLC22A5 G-207C variants and their determined TC haplotype, the CTLA4 gene A+49G genetic variant and the rs10889677 C/A, rs2201841 T/C, rs1884444 G/T variants of the IL23R gene. We examined 201 adult patients with Crohn's disease, 241 adult patients with ulcerative colitis and 19 pediatric patients with Crohn's disease. For control 235 adult and 49 pediatric subjects were used. The genotyping was carried out using PCR/RFLP methods and direct sequencing. From the CARD15 gene mutations in the adult Crohn's disease population the 1007finsC, while in the pediatric population the 1007finsC and the G908R were significantly associated with an increased risk for Crohn's disease. We found no significant differences comparing the results of the patients and the controls by the SLC22A4, SLC22A5 genetic variants and the TC haplotype. The A+49G variant of the CTLA4 gene was not an independent determinant to inflammatory bowel disease. We found that the IL23R gene variants, rs10889677 C/A and rs2201841 T/C appear to increase susceptibility to Crohn's disease. It depends on the different populations whether this genetic variant means an obligatory risk factor to inflammatory bowel disease.

Translated title of the contributionSusceptibility genetic variants in Hungarian morbus Crohn and ulcerative colitis patients
Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)81-88
Number of pages8
JournalOrvosi hetilap
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2009

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