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Ethnic differences in the association of factor V Leiden mutation and the C677T methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase gene polymorphism with preeclampsia. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 2004;112(2):162-169.

Author(s) :

Prasmusinto D, Skrablin S, Fimmers R, van der Ven K.

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2004

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OBJECTIVE: This case-control study evaluates the association of the factor V Leiden mutation with preeclampsia and potential synergistic effects of the MTHFR-677T and factor V Leiden mutations with regard to disease risk in two different ethnic populations.
STUDY DESIGN: 198 women and their 143 newborns from Germany/Croatia and Indonesia with normal pregnancy or preeclampsia participated in the study. The factor V Leiden mutation was determined by direct sequencing and the MTHFR genotype by a PCR-based RFLP method.
RESULTS: The factor V Leiden mutation is rare in Indonesians. In Germans/Croatians, the frequency of the mutation was significantly increased in mothers with preeclampsia compared to controls. No disease association was found for combined factor V Leiden/MTHFR-677T genotypes on the maternal and fetal level. CONCLUSIONS: Our results underline the need for a clear distinction of ethnicity in association studies of functional gene polymorphisms. They further support the concept of preeclampsia as a complex disease with variable contributions of disease genes in different ethnic groups.

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➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; eclampsia (pre-)

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Cécile Loup — 30 Jan 2004

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