А. Г. Белькевич, А. В. Сукало, И. А. Козыро, Н. В. Никитченко, Р. И. Гончарова, Н. В. Савина
УО «Белорусский государственный медицинский университет», ГНУ «Институт генетики и цитологии НАН Беларуси»
Изучение молекулярно-генетической природы наследственных болезней почек является актуальным в современной нефрологии, так как позволяет уточнить этиологию, разработать новые методы лечения и профилактики подобных заболеваний. Цель: изучить генетический полиморфизм по отдельным локусам генов STAT4, PTPN22, VEGF, TGF-B, PDCD1 и PD-L1 у детей с наследственными болезнями почек.
ключевые слова: полиморфизм, ген, дети, наследственный нефрит, поликистоз почек
Polymorphism of STAT4, PTPN22, VEGF, TGF-B, PDCD1 AND PD-L1 genes in children with hereditary nephritis and polycystic kidney disease
A. G. Bialkevich, A. V. Sukalo, I. A. Kazyra, N. V. Nikitchenko, N. V. Savina, R. I. Goncharova
The study of the molecular and genetic nature of inherited kidney diseases is relevant in modern nephrology. It allows us to establish the etiology, develop new methods of treatment and prevention. The aim of the research was to study the genetic polymorphism of STAT4, PTPN22, VEGF, TGF-B, PDCD1 and PD-L1 in children with hereditary kidney diseases.
keywords: polymorphism, genes, children, hereditary nephritis, polycystic kidney disease
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