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Estudio genético HLA en poblaciones iraníes: epidemiología, antropología y farmacogenética

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Rey Medrano, Diego Federico (2016) Estudio genético HLA en poblaciones iraníes: epidemiología, antropología y farmacogenética. [Tesis]

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The HLA system is the most polymorphic genetic system described in humans. It consists of several closely linked loci encoding cell surface glycoproteins whose best known function is activating immune system response through antigenic presentation. New loci and new alleles have been described since the discovery of this genetic system and the presently available DNA typing and sequencing of these new alleles have increased the variety of HLA allelism. Due to the fact that HLA gene frequencies have a large degree of variability and a remarkable geographical correlation, HLA genes are an important and useful tool to infer genetic background and ethnical composition of modern human populations and also for tracing migration of ancient ones. In addition, certain combinations of contiguous alleles due to the strong linkage disequilibrium between HLA neighbouring loci show a characteristic frequency or are distinctive in many present day populations. Thus, HLA genetic system is a unique tool for studying the origin of relatively isolated groups, like Turkmen, Azeri and Kurd people, the populations under study, living in North Iran, in the surrounding area of Caspian Sea. Finally, HLA polymorphism is crucial for the compatibility between donor and receptor in organ transplantation and several HLA alleles have been linked to diseases and to response to drug treatments, which accomplishes relationships of certain variants with different pathologies treatment including AIDS. This is important in personalized treatments design. Turkmen could be descendants of Oghuz tribes from Seljuq branch coming from Transoxiana region (Central Asia) contemporarily to the foundation of the Seljuk Empire in 10th century AD. Conversely, this people could belong to another group within the Oghuz, arriving to Iran five centuries later. Migrations of this people were initially developed peacefully, being vassals of the Safavid Empire, and later by violent raids. They speak a language belonging to the Turkish-Oghuz group. In Iran, Turkmen live in Golestan province, mainly in Türkmensähra (“Turkmen plain”) area and amount 1.5 million people (2% of Iranian population). Most of this people are Sunni Muslims...


Tipo de documento:Tesis
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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Medicina, Departamento de Microbiología I, leída el 23/09/2015

Directores (o tutores):
NombreEmail del director (o tutor)
Arnaiz Villena, Antonio
Palabras clave:Antropología médica, Antígenos leucocitarios humanos, HLA
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Medical anthropology, Human Leukocyte Antigen, HLA
Materias:Ciencias Biomédicas > Medicina
Ciencias Sociales > Sociología > Antropología
Código ID:38916
Depositado:26 Aug 2016 08:31
Última Modificación:13 Dic 2018 12:48

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