Polymorphisms of Fatty Acid Elongase 2 Gene Afftects Risk of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in China Han Population
Background: As an infectious disease closely related to Mycobacterium tuberculosis, autoimmunity, inflammation, environment and heredity, the relationship between the single nucleotide polymorphism of elongase 2 gene and the susceptibility to tuberculosis is still unknown.
Methods: Between January 2016 and November 2018, a hospital-based case-control study was conducted. This epidemiological survey was conducted in both hospitals every three months. rs3798719, rs1570069, and rs2236212 in ELOVL2 gene were detected by Sanger sequencing.
Results: Stratified by gender, the genotypes and allele frequencies of rs3798719, rs1570069 and rs2236212 showed significant differences between the two groups (χ2 = 6.987, P = 0.030), Genetic modeling showed that rs3798719 was statistically different in the overdominance model (χ2 = 4.784, OR = 1.414, 95% CI: 1.036-1.929, P < 0.05). The polymorphism of rs2236212 between male TB patients and healthy controls was statistically different in the dominance model. (χ2 = 4.192, OR = 0.507; 95% CI: 0.262-0.981, P < 0.05).
Conclusion: The rs3798719 of ELOVL2 gene may be associated with susceptibility to TB in female population and the rs2236212 of ELOVL2 gene may be associated with TB incidence in male patients.
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