Gene and miRNA expression in giant cell arteritis-a concise systematic review of significantly modified studies

Tadeja Kuret, Blaž Burja, Julia Feichtinger, Gerhard G Thallinger, Mojca Frank-Bertoncelj, Katja Lakota, Polona Žigon, Snezna Sodin-Semrl, Saša Čučnik, Matija Tomšič, Alojzija Hočevar

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Abstract

Giant cell arteritis (GCA) is a systemic vasculitis in individuals older than 50 years, characterized by headaches, visual disturbances, painful scalp, jaw claudication, impairment of limb arteries, and systemic inflammation, among other symptoms. GCA diagnosis is confirmed by a positive temporal artery biopsy (TAB) or by imaging modalities. A prominent acute phase response with inflammation is the hallmark of the disease, predominantly targeting large- and medium-sized arteries leading to stenosis or occlusion of arterial lumen. To date, there are no reliable tissue markers specific for GCA. Scarce reports have indicated the importance of epigenetics in GCA. The current systematic review reports significantly changed candidate biomarkers in TABs of GCA patients compared to non-GCA patients using qPCR.

Originalspracheenglisch
Seiten (von - bis)307-316
FachzeitschriftClinical Rheumatology
Jahrgang38
Ausgabenummer2
Frühes Online-Datum1 Aug 2018
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - Feb 2019

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Giant Cell Arteritis
MicroRNAs
Gene Expression
Arteries
Inflammation
Temporal Arteries
Systemic Vasculitis
Arteritis
Acute-Phase Reaction
Jaw
Scalp
Epigenomics
Headache
Pathologic Constriction
Extremities
Biomarkers
Biopsy

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Gene and miRNA expression in giant cell arteritis-a concise systematic review of significantly modified studies. / Kuret, Tadeja; Burja, Blaž; Feichtinger, Julia; Thallinger, Gerhard G; Frank-Bertoncelj, Mojca; Lakota, Katja; Žigon, Polona; Sodin-Semrl, Snezna; Čučnik, Saša; Tomšič, Matija; Hočevar, Alojzija.

in: Clinical Rheumatology, Jahrgang 38, Nr. 2, 02.2019, S. 307-316.

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Kuret, T, Burja, B, Feichtinger, J, Thallinger, GG, Frank-Bertoncelj, M, Lakota, K, Žigon, P, Sodin-Semrl, S, Čučnik, S, Tomšič, M & Hočevar, A 2019, 'Gene and miRNA expression in giant cell arteritis-a concise systematic review of significantly modified studies' Clinical Rheumatology, Jg. 38, Nr. 2, S. 307-316. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10067-018-4231-y
Kuret, Tadeja ; Burja, Blaž ; Feichtinger, Julia ; Thallinger, Gerhard G ; Frank-Bertoncelj, Mojca ; Lakota, Katja ; Žigon, Polona ; Sodin-Semrl, Snezna ; Čučnik, Saša ; Tomšič, Matija ; Hočevar, Alojzija. / Gene and miRNA expression in giant cell arteritis-a concise systematic review of significantly modified studies. in: Clinical Rheumatology. 2019 ; Jahrgang 38, Nr. 2. S. 307-316.
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