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Impact of gender and age on the association of the BUD13-ZNF259 rs964184 polymorphism with coronary heart disease [Anatol J Cardiol]
Anatol J Cardiol. 2018; 19(1): 42-49 | DOI: 10.14744/AnatolJCardiol.2017.8002  

Impact of gender and age on the association of the BUD13-ZNF259 rs964184 polymorphism with coronary heart disease

Xiaofeng Xu1, Yirun Li2, Yi Huang3, Huadan Ye2, Liyuan Han2, Huihui Ji2, Xiaoyin Chen2, Nan Wu1, Danjie Jiang2, Limin Xu2, Dongjun Dai2, Shiwei Duan2, Xiaomin Chen1
1Key Laboratory of Ningbo First Hospital and Cardiovascular Center of Ningbo First Hospital, Ningbo First Hospital Ningbo University; Ningbo-China
2Key Laboratory of Ningbo First Hospital and Cardiovascular Center of Ningbo First Hospital, Medical Genetics Center, School of Medicine, Ningbo First Hospital Ningbo University; Ningbo-China
3Key Laboratory of Ningbo First Hospital and Cardiovascular Center of Ningbo First Hospital, Department of Neurosurgery, Ningbo First Hospital Ningbo University; Ningbo-China

Objective: Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the most common cause of death worldwide. This study aimed to validate the association of the rs964184 polymorphism with the CHD risk and included 874 CHD patients and 776 controls.
Methods: rs964184 polymorphism genotyping was performed using Tm-shift polymerase chain reaction.
Results: A strong association of the rs964184 polymorphism with CHD was found (genotype: X2=14.365, p=0.001; allele: X2=14.191, p=1.67104; power=0.965). Gender analysis revealed a significant association only in males (genotype: X2=12.387, p=0.002; allele: X2=12.404, p=4.32104; OR=1.467, 95% CI=1.1851.817, power=0.945). Age and gender analyses revealed significant associations of the rs964184 polymorphism with CHD in males between the ages of 55 and 65 years (genotype: X2=10.070, p=0.007; allele: X2=10.077, p=0.002; OR=1.706, 95% CI=1.2242.377, power=0.996) and in females older than 65 years (genotype: X2=9.462, p=0.009; allele: X2=9.560, p=0.002; OR=2.112, 95% CI=1.3083.412, power=0.994). Further subgroup analysis suggested that rs964184 genotypes were significantly associated with TG levels in the patients (r=0.191, adjusted p=1.05 105) and controls (r=0.101, adjusted p=0.026).
Conclusion: Our results indicate that both gender and age have great impacts on the association of the rs964184 polymorphism with CHD among Chinese.

Keywords: coronary heart disease, SNPs, BUD13-ZNF259, rs964184, age, gender


Xiaofeng Xu, Yirun Li, Yi Huang, Huadan Ye, Liyuan Han, Huihui Ji, Xiaoyin Chen, Nan Wu, Danjie Jiang, Limin Xu, Dongjun Dai, Shiwei Duan, Xiaomin Chen. Impact of gender and age on the association of the BUD13-ZNF259 rs964184 polymorphism with coronary heart disease. Anatol J Cardiol. 2018; 19(1): 42-49

Corresponding Author: Xiaomin Chen, China


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