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With the development of pharmacogenomics and pharmacogenetics, personalized medicine based on genetic are increasingly required clinically. Incretin-based therapy is currently the most popular diabetes treatment. This study mainly research the correlation of incretin-related gene polymorphism and individual differences in the response of these drugs from the following four aspects.
1. . To study Chinese human gene polymorphism's mutation frequency and allele frequency, by screening Chinese people gene polymorphisms which affecting DPP-4 enzymatic activity.
2. . To study the mutation frequency of DPP-4 mutation site(rs12469968, rs3788979, rs2284872, rs7565794) and GLP1R mutation site(rs3765467) in Chinese population.
3. . By collecting clinical parameters and efficacy indicators to reveal the relationship between Chinese DPP-4 gene and GLP1R gene polymorphism on the clinical manifestations and drug response. This study will be improved based on actual experimental research methods, and design intervening measures for Chinese people, to explore the dose-effect relationship of DPP-4 and GLP1R gene polymorphism in the treatment of diabetes in Chinese population.
4. . Incretins is a new generation hypoglycemic agent. By studying gene polymorphism and drug response, to research how to plan treatment for clinical diabetes with DPP-4 and GLP1R gene polymorphism. Provide the basis for individualized treatment of these drugs.
Sichuan provincial people's hospital
Sichuan Provincial People's Hospital
Published on BioPortfolio: 2017-04-12T04:08:21-0400
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