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What is the association between the IL6-174 G > C (rs1800795) polymorphism and the risk of dengue? Evidence from a meta-analysis.

Infect Genet Evol 2021 Mar 2;91:104778. Epub 2021 Mar 2.

Laboratory of Biology of Microorganisms, Universidade Federal do Delta do Parnaíba, Campus Ministro Reis Velloso, Parnaíba, Piauí, Brazil; Programa de Pós-graduação em Ciências Biomédicas da Universidade Federal do Delta do Parnaíba, Laboratório de Biologia de Microrganismos - BIOMIC, Av. São Sebastião, 2819, Bairro Reis Velloso, CEP 64202-020, Parnaíba - PI, Brasil. Electronic address:

The association of polymorphisms in genes responsible for immunological mediators with dengue allows the identification of certain genetic alterations that increase or decrease the development risk of the disease. A few number of studies that correlate the interleukin 6-174 G > C (IL6-174 G > C) polymorphism (rs1800795) with dengue. However, there is an inconsistency on the polymorphism influence on the disease which motivated this meta-analysis. So, this study aimed to evaluate the rs1800795 polymorphism with protection or susceptibility for development of dengue. A search of the literature was performed for studies published before 05 September 2020 in various databases. Calculations of Odds Ratio (OR) with 95% of Confidence Intervals (CI) and heterogeneity (I) were assessed and publication bias was done by Begg' and Egger's test. The value of P < 0.05 was considered as significant. As results, five case-control studies were identified and included in the results. The analysis showed that the heterozygous genotype has a protective role against dengue without warning signs (DWOS) (OR = 0.57, p = 0.001), as well as the polymorphic C allele (OR = 0.77, p = 0.04). When unifying the data from the included studies, the GG genotype was more prevalent among individuals with dengue with warning signs (DWWS) when compared to the control group (p = 0.0221). GC genotype was more prevalent in the control group than in the DWWS group (p = 0.0119). Therefore, in our study we observed that the GC genotype and the C allele have a protective role against DWOS. Since this polymorphism is associated with low IL-6 expression, thus it is expected that there will be a decreased pro-inflammatory response. However, more studies regarding this thematic are necessary to have a consensus about this polymorphism and dengue.
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March 2021