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NEONATAL SCREENING FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS USING IMMUNOREACTIVE TRYPSINOGEN AND DIRECT GENE ANALYSIS IN SLOVENIA


CANKI-KLAIN, Nina; PAVLIN, Katarina; AVANZO-VELKAVRH Mariija(Ljubljana , Slovenia), AUDREZET, Marie-Pierrre; FEREC, Claude (Brest, France)
NEONATAL SCREENING FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS USING IMMUNOREACTIVE TRYPSINOGEN AND DIRECT GENE ANALYSIS IN SLOVENIA // "What's New in the Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Cystic Fibrosis?" First Eastern European CF Conference / Canki-Klain, Nina ; Kovačić, Sanja (ur.).
Zagreb: Medicinska knjiga, 2008. str. 44-44 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
NEONATAL SCREENING FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS USING IMMUNOREACTIVE TRYPSINOGEN AND DIRECT GENE ANALYSIS IN SLOVENIA

Autori
CANKI-KLAIN, Nina ; PAVLIN, Katarina ; AVANZO-VELKAVRH Mariija(Ljubljana , Slovenia), AUDREZET, Marie-Pierrre ; FEREC, Claude (Brest, France)

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
"What's New in the Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Cystic Fibrosis?" First Eastern European CF Conference / Canki-Klain, Nina ; Kovačić, Sanja - Zagreb : Medicinska knjiga, 2008, 44-44

ISBN
978-953-176-415-5

Skup
"What's New in the Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Cystic Fibrosis?" First Eastern European CF Conference

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 28-30.11.2008

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
IMMUNOREACTIVE TRYPSINOGEN; CFTR ANALYSIS; NEONATA SCREENING; SLOVENIA

Sažetak
Subjects. 28 472 neonates born in Slovenia between October 1994 and March 1996. No selection criteria were applied. Material and methods. Guthrie cards routinely collected as part of a wider neonatal screening programme. Immunoreactive trypsinogen (IRT) analysis (Delfia) followed by Direct gene study was performed on dried blood specimens of newborns with IRT test  70 g/l). Molecular analysis was done by DGGE followed by direct DNA sequencing, if necessary. Systematic scanning of exons 10, 11, 19 and 20 of the CFTR gene was used in order to screen most frequent mutations in Slovene population. Results. 328 blood spot samples (1, 15 %) with IRT concentrations  70 g/l were selected for direct gene analysis. Four were from affected neonates. Three compound heterozygotes:  F508/Q552X ;  F508/R1162X ; G542X/N were immediately directed for management of CF. Parents were given genetic counseling. The fourth, negative for four analysed exons, deceased at age of one month had meconium ileus and bronchopneumonia. 16 infants were heterozygous:  F508(10), G542X(2) and by one had: R1162X, R553X, A559T and 3905 ins T. All heterozygotes were recalled for second IRT, sweat testing and clinical examination. Families were offered genetic counseling and cascade testing ( 47 persons). Conclusion. According to the original strategy combining IRT screening at the fifth day of life with the search for mutations in the four exons of the gene that allows the identification of 78.5% of the mutated alleles (Audrezet et al. Hum Genet 1994 ; 93:659-62), the incidence of CF patients in Slovenia is 1:7118. Therefore the couples in which one partner is a carrier and the other one is negative for four tested exons, the risk of having an affected child decreases from 1:168 to 1:800. 15 months after last screening, no false negative results were reported. Only 77 (0, 27%) children and their families have been recalled. The sensibility of the test during this period was 100% and the percentage of false positive was 0.28%. Reevaluation of these results, 12 years after, should determine more exact sensibility of the test. Supported by grants EEC N°BMH1CT 921391 and Ministry of Science and Technology Republic of Slovenia N° P3-5261-0312-93-96.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti



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Projekt / tema
108-0000000-3435 - Genetika, priroda i epidemiologija značajnijih živčanih i mišićnih bolesti (ŽMB) (Nina Canki-Klain, )

Ustanove
Medicinski fakultet, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Nina Canki-Klain, (216671)