Association of miR-146a Gene Polymorphism at loci rs2910164 G/C, rs57095329 A/G, and rs6864584 T/C with Susceptibility to Kawasaki Disease in Chinese Children
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To investigate the genetic association of miR-146a gene polymorphisms at loci rs2910164 G/C, rs57095329 A/G, and rs6864584 T/C in patients with Kawasaki disease (KD) and coronary artery lesions (CAL).
There were 120 patients with KD and 126 healthy subjects in this study. The genotype of loci rs2910164 G/C, rs57095329 A/G, and rs6864584 T/C of miR-146a gene were detected by polymerase chain reaction-sequence-based typing.
For miR-146a gene polymorphisms at loci rs2910164 G/C, rs57095329 A/G, and rs6864584 T/C, there were no significant difference of genotype frequencies and allele frequencies between KD group and healthy control group, or between the IVIG-resistant group and IVIG-sensitive group (P > 0.05). In KD with coronary artery lesions (KD-CAL) group, the genotype frequencies of GG were higher than that in KD without coronary artery lesion (KD-WO) group at locus rs2910164 G/C polymorphisms of miR-146a gene (χ2 = 6.660, P = 0.036), patients with KD carried genotype of GG were at 3.636 times higher risk of getting coronary artery lesions than those of non-carriers (χ2 = 6.455, P = 0.018, OR = 3.636, 95%CI = 1.280–10.262). While there was no significant difference of allele frequency of G and C between KD-CAL group and KD-WO group (P > 0.05). In KD-CAL group, the allele frequency of A was higher than that in KD-WO group at locus rs57095329 A/G polymorphisms of miR-146a gene (χ2 = 4.745, P = 0.035), carriers with allele A were at 2.422 times higher risk of getting coronary artery lesions than those of non-carriers (χ2 = 4.745, P = 0.035, OR = 2.422, 95%CI = 1.073–5.465), while there was no significant difference of genotype frequency of AA, AG, and GG types between KD-CAL group and KD-WO group (P > 0.05). There was no significant difference of genotype frequencies of TT, TC, and CC types and allele frequencies of T and C types between KD-CAL group and KD-WO group at locus rs6864584 T/C polymorphisms of miR-146a gene (P > 0.05).
The significant association has been found between the genotype and allele frequency of the miR-146a gene loci rs2910164 G/C and rs57095329 A/G, the genotype GG of rs2910164 G/C, and allele A of rs57095329 A/G were risk factors for getting coronary artery lesions.
KeywordsKawasaki disease MiR-146a gene Gene polymorphism
This work was supported by the New Xiangya Talent Project of the Third Xiangya Hospital of the Central South University (Grant No. JY20150312). This work was also supported by grants from the Science and Technology Projects of Changsha City (No. kq1602042).
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The authors declare that there are no competing interests regarding the publication of this article.
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