Interlukine-17 Polymorphism in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease ( IBD ) in Al-Anbar Province

Authors

  • Thikra Majid Muhammed AL-Obaidy
  • Hasan Ali Mutar
  • Thaer Abdul Qader Saleh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i2.14840

Keywords:

IL-17 polymorphism,IL-17, Inflammatory bowel disease.

Abstract

Tetra amplification refractory mutation system polymerase chain reaction technique (tetra ARMS PCR)
ARMS-PCR method was used to genotyping of IL-17A and IL-17F , The impact of IL-17A and IL-17F
genotypes on the production of interleukins in IBD patients and control groups were determined and
Interleukins gene polymorphisms role in IBD infection. significant deference at (p ? 0.05 ) for each rs763780
in IL-17 F in patients especially Genotype TT,TC,CC were 31 (51.67%),19 (31.67%),10 (16.67%) \ and
rs2275913 in IL-17 A in patients especially Genotype GG,GA,AA were 18 (30%),23 (38.33%),19 (31.67%).
As well as genotyping of rs763780 in IL-17 F showed significant increase at a significant level of P?0.05
in both TC and CC genotypes in the cases samples compared with the control samples. the odds ratio was
2.8894 and 22.3333 for TC and CC genotypes respectively at confidence interval up to 7.8 and 397 for
both genotypes. T allele are more frequent in both cases and control and it have odds ratio as 5.021 And
genotyping of rs2275913 in IL-17 A showed significant increase at a significant level of P?0.01 for the AA
genotyping in the cases samples compared with the control samples, while the GA genotyping did not show
any significant differences, ), the odds ratio for GA genotypes was 2.3590 at confidence interval up to 5.8,
while it was 8.4444 at confidence interval up to 32.9 for AA genotypes. G allele are more frequent in both
cases and control and it have odds ratio as 3.319 at confidence interval up to 6

Author Biographies

Thikra Majid Muhammed AL-Obaidy

Ph.D. Student, Department of biology/ College of sciences/ University of Anbar /Iraq

Hasan Ali Mutar

Prof., Department of
Animal Production - Faculty of Agriculture – University of Anbar/Iraq

Thaer Abdul Qader Saleh

Assist Prof., Department of Biology -
College of Education for Pure Sciences- University of Anbar/Iraq

Published

2021-03-24

How to Cite

Thikra Majid Muhammed AL-Obaidy, Hasan Ali Mutar, & Thaer Abdul Qader Saleh. (2021). Interlukine-17 Polymorphism in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease ( IBD ) in Al-Anbar Province . Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(2), 3053-3060. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i2.14840