MMP-9-1562C > T contributes to periodontitis susceptibility

ArticleinJournal Of Clinical Periodontology 40(2) · October 2012with8 Reads
Impact Factor: 4.01 · DOI: 10.1111/jcpe.12035 · Source: PubMed

The study was conducted to explore the potential association of Matrix metalloproteinases (MMP)-9 -1562C>T with susceptibility to periodontitis. Electronic literature searches of PubMed, EMBASE and EBSCO databases were performed. Fixed-effects or random-effects models were used to calculate the pooled odds ratios (ORs) for four genetic comparisons. Seven eligible studies with a total of 628 cases and 689 controls were recruited in the pooled analysis. We found MMP-9 -1562C>T contributed to decreased risk of chronic periodontitis. Furthermore, the polymorphism was associated with modified risk of periodontitis among Caucasian populations. This study indicated that MP-9 -1562C>T might be involved in the development of periodontitis. A replication of our results in independent large analysis populations is necessary to give evidence to our observation.

    • "Our results are consistent with findings in similar diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis [43]and systemic lupus erythematus [44]. However, the contribution of MMP-9 1562 polymorphism to disease risk was significant in COPD [45], periodontitis [46] and cancers [47]. The MMP-9 1562 C/T is responsible of a substitution, which affects the affinity of a transcription repressor protein of the MMP-9 gene promoter modifying thus the transcriptional activity of MMP-9 gene. "
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    • "These functional MMPs SNPs are associated mostly with cardiovascular disease susceptibility, but also with cancer, rheumatic diseases and other conditions, such as endometriosis161718192021222324. To our knowledge, only two papers on MMPs SNPs and infection have been published, one reporting an association of a MMP9 SNP with periodontitis susceptibility25 and a second, from our group, of a MMP1 SNP with bacterial osteomyelitis26. Very recently an association between a TIMP1 SNP and sepsis mortality has been published27. "
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