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Disease relevance of HLA-DQA1

 

Psychiatry related information on HLA-DQA1

 

High impact information on HLA-DQA1

  • Gluten-reactive T cells can be isolated from small intestinal biopsies of celiac patients but not of non-celiac controls [9].
  • We used a three step genome screening protocol to identify loci that contribute to celiac disease in the western counties of ireland, a region with the highest prevalence of celiac disease in the world [10].
  • Our study localizes and provides strong evidence for linkage of at least one non-HLA locus to celiac disease and may serve as a prototype for an efficient approach to screening the human genome for loci that contribute to complex diseases [10].
  • Maternal-fetal disparity in alleles of HLA- DRB1, DQA, and DQB occurred in 26 of 34 pregnancies characterized by remission or improvement (76 percent), as compared with 3 of 12 pregnancies characterized by active arthritis (25 percent) (odds ratio, 9.7; P = 0.003) [11].
  • In vivo antigen challenge in celiac disease identifies a single transglutaminase-modified peptide as the dominant A-gliadin T-cell epitope [12].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of HLA-DQA1

 

Biological context of HLA-DQA1

 

Anatomical context of HLA-DQA1

  • T lymphocyte recognition of a celiac disease-associated cis- or trans-encoded HLA-DQ alpha/beta-heterodimer [22].
  • However, its high degree of sequence similarity to DQA1, the fact that it is highly evolutionarily conserved, and the recent demonstration of its transcription in some cell lines suggest that a DQA2 alpha-chain may be expressed [23].
  • Among other possibilities, it has been proposed that an unbalanced expression of IDDM-associated DQA, and/or DQB alleles may lead to alterations in the composition of alpha beta heterodimers and preferential expression of a particular heterodimer on the antigen-presenting cell surface, leading to self-recognition [24].
  • Villous morphology, jejunal intraepithelial lymphocytes, and mucosal HLA-DR were evaluated and DQA and DQB alleles, serum antiendomysial, and antigliadin antibodies were examined [25].
  • Ninety children and adolescents with autoimmune thyroid disease were screened for celiac disease [26].
 

Associations of HLA-DQA1 with chemical compounds

  • Allele frequencies for polymarker, HLA-DQA1, Ig-JH, D17S30, ApoB and D1S80 loci and population genetic parameters were obtained from a sample of 501 unrelated individuals born in the northwestern Federal Region of Russia [27].
  • Amplification of the second exon of HLA-DRB1, HLA-DQA1, and HLA-DQB1 genes was performed by PCR, and Dot-blot analysis with biotin-labelled sequence-specific oligonucleotide probes was used for HLA typing [28].
  • The ds/dn ratios for DQA1 and DQB1 alleles are lower than for the most polymorphic DRB genes [29].
  • An arginine at position 52 on either DQA1 allele was significantly more frequent in patients with IDDM (94%), GD (80%), and AD (89%) compared with controls (66%) [5].
  • Of the MS patients, 99% compared to 79% of the controls carried DQA1 alleles encoding glutamine at residue 34, while 97% of the MS patients compared to 72% of the controls carried DQB1 alleles encoding DQ beta chains sharing long polymorphic stretches [3].
 

Physical interactions of HLA-DQA1

  • Calcium activation of tissue transglutaminase in radioligand binding and enzyme-linked autoantibody immunoassays in childhood celiac disease [30].
  • Measurement of the apparent dissociation constants demonstrated a two- to fivefold difference in DEK binding to the DQA1 Y-box sequence in comparison with other class II MHC Y-box sequences [31].
 

Regulatory relationships of HLA-DQA1

  • Thus, the celiac disease associated DQA1 and DQB1 genes encode a functionally expressed DQ alpha/beta heterodimer [22].
  • Patients with Addison's disease did not differ significantly from controls, but those carrying the suceptibility marker, human leukocyte antigen DQA1*0501, were significantly more CTLA4 Ala17 positive than controls with the same DQA1 allele (P < 0.05) [32].
  • Metalloelastase (MMP-12) is upregulated in the gut of pediatric patients with potential celiac disease and in type 1 diabetes [33].
  • Comparison of DQA1 and DQB1 alleles in 60 children with common acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (c-ALL) and 78 newborn infant control subjects revealed that male but not female patients had a higher frequency of DQA1*0101/*0104 and DQB1*0501 than appropriate control subjects [34].
  • CONCLUSION AND SIGNIFICANCE: HLA-DQA1 and -DQB1 genes may be involved in the development of Artemisia pollen-induced allergic rhinitis [35].
 

Other interactions of HLA-DQA1

  • DNA was extracted from blood samples and studied by Southern blot hybridisation techniques and the following probe enzyme combinations: HLA-DQB1; Taq 1, HLA-DQA1; Taq 1, HLA-DRA; Bgl II, insulin gene hypervariable region; Pvu II and the switch region of the immunoglobulin IgM heavy chain gene (S mu); Sac I [36].
  • Patients and controls were typed for HLA-B, DRB1, DQB1, and DQA1, and for MICA transmembrane polymorphism [37].
  • We have investigated the distribution of HLA class II alleles and haplotypes in 107 Korean families (207 parents and 291 children) for the HLA-DRB1, DRB3/B4/B5, DQA1, DQB1 and DPB1 loci [38].
  • HLA-DQA2 carries an empty integration target site in place of the Alu, thereby suggesting that the insertion of Alu near HLA-DQA1 was preceded by the separation of the two genes [39].
  • The HLA-DRB4 gene is present in half of the Spanish HLA-DQ2-negative celiac patients [40].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of HLA-DQA1

  • A sample of 370 individuals was HLA serologically typed; 91 of them were typed for Complement alleles and 47 were DNA typed using PCR amplification and oligonucleotide probes for the HLA-DQA1 locus [41].
  • DNA profiling in two Alaskan Native populations using HLA-DQA1, PM, and D1S80 loci [42].
  • A comparison of two types of data for DQA1 and DRB1 showed that serotyping led to generally lower estimates of S [43].
  • Control group consisted of 196 (DQA), 143 (DQB1) and 130 (DRB1) unrelated blood donors aged 19-55 years old irrespective of their age or sex [44].
  • To better define class II HLA associations with the antitopo I response, 161 PSS patients (132 Caucasians and 29 American blacks) were studied for antitopo I autoantibodies by immunodiffusion and immunoblotting, and their HLA-DRB1, DRB3, DQA1, and DQB1 alleles were determined by restriction fragment length polymorphic analysis and DNA oligotyping [45].

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