A case-control study in NAT2 gene polymorphism studies in patients diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia
Introduction: Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is a clinically defined heterogeneous disease whose pathophysiology is currently unknown. The association of NAT2 acetylation profiles with human cancer risks, particularly with AML, was investigated in molecular epidemiological studies. Additionally, the NAT2 gene was carried out with acute lymphoid leukemia and other cancers. Aim: In this case-control study, C481T (rs1799929) and G857A (rs1799931) polymorphism studies were investigated in diagnosed AML patients in the Saudi population. Methods: This case-control study included 100 AML patients and 100 control subjects recruited in Saudi Arabia. The C481T and G857A polymorphisms were genotyped using specific primers and restriction enzymes. Statistical analysis was performed on the AML patients and controls using chi-square tests, genotyping, and allele frequencies (odds ratios, 95% of confidence intervals, and P-values). Results: Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium was determined to be both within and outside of the G857A and C481T polymorphisms. The allele and genotyping frequencies in AML and control subjects were analyzed, and the results corroborated the unfavorable connection with C481T (CC vs CT+TT; OR-1.12; (95% CIs: 0.64–1.96); P=0.67 and T vs C; OR-0.89; (95% CIs: 0.59–1.35) and P=0.60) and G857A polymorphisms (GG vs GA+AA; OR-1.50; (95% CIs: 0.83–2.71); P=0.17 and A vs G; OR-0.71; (95%CIs: 0.43–1.19) and P=0.19) in the NAT2 gene. Conclusion: The study results revealed a negative correlation as well as a protective factor for AML with the C481T and G857A polymorphisms in the NAT2 gene.
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