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Genomic structural variations for cardiovascular and metabolic comorbidity
В журнале "Scientific reports" за 2017 год опубликована статья М.С. Назаренко с соавторами "Genomic structural variations for cardiovascular and metabolic comorbidity"
The objective of this study was to identify genes targeted by both copy number and copy-neutral changes in the right coronary arteries in the area of advanced atherosclerotic plaques and intact internal mammary arteries derived from the same individuals with comorbid coronary artery disease and metabolic syndrome. The artery samples from 10 patients were screened for genomic imbalances using array comparative genomic hybridization. Ninety high-confidence, identical copy number variations (CNVs) were detected. We also identified eight copy-neutral changes (cn-LOHs) > 1.5 Mb in paired arterial samples in 4 of 10 individuals. The frequencies of the two gains located in the 10q24.31 (ERLIN1) and 12q24.11 (UNG, ACACB) genomic regions were evaluated in 33 paired arteries and blood samples. Two patients contained the gain in 10q24.31 (ERLIN1) and one patient contained the gain in 12q24.11 (UNG, ACACB) that affected only the blood DNA. An additional two patients harboured these CNVs in both the arteries and blood. In conclusion, we discovered and confirmed a gain of the 10q24.31 (ERLIN1) and 12q24.11 (UNG, ACACB) genomic regions in patients with coronary artery disease and metabolic comorbidity. Analysis of DNA extracted from blood indicated a possible somatic origin for these CNVs.
Maria S. Nazarenko, Aleksei A. Sleptcov, Igor N. Lebedev, Nikolay A. Skryabin, Anton V. Markov, Maria V. Golubenko, Iuliia A. Koroleva, Anton N. Kazancev, Olga L. Barbarash & Valery P. Puzyrev. Genomic structural variations for cardiovascular and metabolic comorbidity // Scientific reports.25 January 2017
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