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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.5.2018.tde-17082018-090808
Document
Author
Full name
Fabrícia Andréia Rosa Madia
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Kulikowski, Leslie Domenici (President)
Ceccon, Maria Esther Jurfest Rivero
Lipay, Monica Vannucci Nunes
Piazzon, Flavia Balbo
Title in Portuguese
Estudo da variação do número de cópias gênicas (CNVs) em amostras post-mortem  de malformados cardíacos congênitos (MCCs) sindrômicos
Keywords in Portuguese
Biologia molecular
Cardiopatias congênitas
Repetições de microssatélite
Técnicas de sonda molecular
Variações do número de cópias de DNA
Abstract in Portuguese
As malformações cardíacas congênitas (MCCs) são as malformações mais comuns ao nascimento, representando uma importante causa de morbidade e mortalidade em recém-nascidos. Nos últimos anos, estudos utilizando testes citogenômicos têm permitido elucidar e compreender melhor as causas das MCCs. O objetivo geral desse estudo foi investigar a presença de CNVs em amostras de tecido obtidas post-mortem de portadores de malformações cardíacas congênitas sindrômicas; e os objetivos específicos consistiram em avaliar a frequência das CNVs, destacando as mais relevantes, comparar a presença de CNVs nos diferentes tecidos e realizar a correlação genótipo-fenótipo. Para isso, foram estudados um total de 52 casos de natimortos e recém-nascidos provenientes do Serviço de Verificação de Óbitos - FMUSP. Amostras de DNA extraídas da pele, diafragma e do coração foram avaliadas utilizando o kit AmpFlSTR® MiniFiler(TM) PCR Amplification (Life Technologies(TM), USA) e a técnica de Multiplex Ligation-dependent Probe Amplification (MLPA) com diferentes kits (MCR-Holland, Holanda). A técnica de FISH foi utilizada para a confirmação dos resultados obtidos em um dos casos estudados. Foram encontradas CNVs relevantes em 21 casos, incluindo trissomia do 18 (10 casos), trissomia do 21 (4 casos), trissomia do 13 (2 casos), trissomia do 16 (1 caso), monossomia do X em mosaico (1 caso), dup 4p16 (1 caso), dup 11q25 (1 caso) e del GATA4 éxon 6 (1 caso). A análise genômica se mostrou eficiente na investigação das bases genômicas e na caracterização das diferentes malformações em amostras post-mortem de portadores de MCC sindrômicas
Title in English
Identification of copy number variations (CNVs) in post-mortem samples from syndromic congenital heart disease (CHD) carriers
Keywords in English
DNA copy number variation
Heart defects congenital
Microsatellite repeats
Molecular biology
Molecular probe techniques
Abstract in English
Congenital heart defects (CHDs) are the most common birth defect and represent an important cause of morbidity and mortality in newborns. In recent years, studies using cytogenomic tests have enabled an improved understanding of the causes of CHD. The general objective of this study was to investigate the presence of CNVs in post-mortem tissue samples from patients with congenital syndromic cardiac malformations; and the specific objectives were to evaluate the frequency of CNVs, highlighting the most relevant ones, to compare the presence of CNVs in the different tissues and to perform the genotype-phenotype correlation. For this, a total of 52 stillbirth and newborn cases from the Death Verification Service (SVO), FMUSP were investigated. DNA samples from skin, diaphragm and heart tissues were evaluated using an AmpFlSTR® MiniFiler(TM) PCR Amplification Kit (Life Technologies(TM), California, USA) and Multiplex Ligation-dependent Probe Amplification (MLPA) with different kits (MCRHolland, Amsterdam, The Netherlands). FISH was used to confirm the results of one of the studied cases. The results showed relevant copy number variations (CNVs) in 21 cases, including trisomy 18 (10 cases), trisomy 21 (4 cases), trisomy 13 (2 cases), trisomy 16 (1 case), mosaic monosomy X (1 case), dup 4p16 (1 case), dup 11q25 (1 case) and del GATA4 exon 6 (1 case). Genomic analysis was found to efficiently identify the genomic basis of, and characterize, various malformations found in postmortem samples from syndromic CHD carriers
 
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2018-08-17
 
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