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Report for SNP rs2228480

Developed by Shray Alag, 2020.
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1 Investigation of Estrogen Receptor 1 Gene Polymorphism Frequency in Patients With Fibromyalgia Syndrome

Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) is a chronic musculoskeletal disorder accompanied by diffuse body pain, increased fatigue and tenderness in specific anatomical regions, and sleep disturbance. The higher prevalence of FMS in women and the observation of it from young adulthood suggest the effect of sex hormones on the pathophysiology of this condition. Steroid hormones, especially estrogen, have effects on both the peripheral and central nervous system receptors (estrogen receptor-a [ERa] and estrogen receptor-b [ERb]), on the inflammatory process, and on central pain delivery. However, the mechanism of action of these hormonal effects is still unknown and is a matter of debate. The fact that fibromyalgia syndrome and migraine are more common in women of reproductive age and their incidence is higher than other populations suggests that these two diseases may have a common genetic basis. Previous studies have shown that ESR-1 594G> A (rs2228480), ESR-1 325C> G (rs2295190) polymorphisms significantly increase the risk of migraine occurrence. However, there are no studies investigating these polymorphisms in FMS. In this study, it was aimed to investigate whether there is a relationship between ESR-1 594G> A (rs2228480) and ESR-1 325C> G (rs2295190) polymorphisms and fibromyalgia disease.

NCT03786393 Fibromyalgia Diagnostic Test: ACR 1990 fibromyalgia critters
MeSH: Fibromyalgia Myofascial Pain Syndromes

Previous studies have shown that ESR-1 594G> A (rs2228480), ESR-1 325C> G (rs2295190) polymorphisms significantly increase the risk of migraine occurrence.

In this study, it was aimed to investigate whether there is a relationship between ESR-1 594G> A (rs2228480) and ESR-1 325C> G (rs2295190) polymorphisms and fibromyalgia disease.

Therefore, we aimed to investigate whether there is a relationship between ESR-1 594G> A (rs2228480), ESR-1 325C> G (rs2295190) polymorphisms and fibromyalgia disease.

Studies investigating the relationship between sex hormone levels and polymorphisms due to more frequent reproductive states have shown that they are associated with estrogen receptor-alpha (ERa 594G> A (rs2228480), ERa 325C> G (rs2295190) polymorphisms.

Primary Outcomes

Description: The frequency of estrogen receptor alpha polymorphism in fibromyalgia and control group

Measure: polymorphism frequency

Time: 9 month


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