TITLE

Clinical relevance of IL-10 gene polymorphism in patients with major trauma

AUTHOR(S)
Jeremić, Vasilije; Alempijević, Tamara; Mijatović, Srđan; Arsenijević, Vladimir; Ladjevic, Nebojša; Krstić, Slobodan
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
Medicinski Glasnik;Aug2014, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p276
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Aim To assess IL-10 serum concentration according to outcome of severe trauma treatment and influence of short nuclear polymorphism (SNP) 1082G/A within IL-10 gene on treatment outcome of patients with severe trauma. Methods Forty-seven patients with major trauma were prospectively recruited, and they were divided into two groups according to outcome (survivors and non-survivors). The IL-10 gene polymorphisms were genotyped using restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis. Serum IL-10 levels were determined with enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Association between IL-10 serum concentration, IL-10 SNP type and IL-10 serum concentration in groups of patients with different SNPs with outcome after severe trauma was evaluated. Results Mean age of patients was 35.53±14.53 years. The major mechanism of injury was traffic, and the mean injury severity score was 35.47±11.23. Despite higher values of IL-10 serum concentrations in patients with lethal outcome, the difference was not statistically significant. In 40 (85%) patients no gene polymorphism for IL-10 was recorded. No statistical significance in frequency of IL-10-1082 gene polymorphism was observed between the patients with different outcomes of polytrauma. No statistically significant difference in IL-10 values was evidenced between the subjects with and without polymorphisms in any of the observed times of measurement, although a trend toward the higher values may be observed in patients with polymorphism in heterozygous form. Conclusion The patients with IL-10 SNP gene polymorphism despite no proven statistical significance appeared to have higher values of IL-10 and consequently worse outcome.
ACCESSION #
97339306

 

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