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Rubio Gómez, C., Gutiérrez Castañeda, L. D., Pedraza , O. L., Torres Tobar, L., Hernández Acevedo, G., Suárez Camacho, A., Lozano Ruiz, Ángela G., & Camacho-Bermúdez, I. N. (2021). Frecuencias genotípicas y alélicas de apolipoproteina e (APOE) en una muestra de adultos en Bogotá. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 30(2), 134-141. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.01217372.1008

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Cladelis Rubio Gómez
Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud
Luz Dary Gutiérrez Castañeda
Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud
Olga Lucia Pedraza
Hospital Infantil Universitario de San José
Lilian Torres Tobar
Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud
Gualberto Hernández Acevedo
Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud
Alfonso Suárez Camacho
Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud
Ángela Gisselle Lozano Ruiz
Hospital Universitario Infantil San José
Isis Norella Camacho-Bermúdez
Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud

Resumen

Introducción: la apolipoproteína E (APOE) es una glicoproteína implicada en el transporte de moléculas lipídicas. Se han descrito tres alelos del gen APOE: Ɛ2, Ɛ3 y Ɛ4. Varios estudios demuestran asociación de la isoforma APOE4 con Alzheimer de inicio tardío. Objetivos: determinar las frecuencias genotípicas y alélicas del gen APOE en una muestra de adultos en Bogotá. Materiales y métodos: estudio observacional descriptivo de corte transversal. A partir de una muestra de sangre periférica se extrajo ADN genómico y se realizó PCR-Tetraprimer para la determinación de los alelos de APOE. Resultados: se incluyeron 1.254 sujetos, 942 mujeres (75%) y 312 hombres (25%) con edades entre 40 y 100 años. El alelo más frecuente fue el Ɛ3 (85%), seguido por Ɛ4 (11%) y Ɛ2 (2%). De la población que manifestó tener ascendencia cundiboyacense, 567 sujetos (74.6%) presentaban el genotipo Ɛ3/Ɛ3, mientras que 156 (20.4%) el Ɛ3/Ɛ4, 23 (3%) el Ɛ2/Ɛ3, 11 (1.5%) el Ɛ4/Ɛ4, y 4 (0.5%) el Ɛ2/Ɛ4. Los individuos con genotipo Ɛ2/Ɛ2 manifestaron no conocer el dato de ascendencia. Conclusiones: las frecuencias alélicas y genotípicas de APOE varían según el origen étnico, sin embargo es posible la identificación de sujetos con el genotipo menos frecuente (Ɛ2/Ɛ2) al analizar muestras de mayor tamaño. En los reportes previos en el país no se ha descrito el genotipo Ɛ2/Ɛ2, el cual fue identificado en la presente muestra como el de menor proporción.

 

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