Esclerosis multiple. Diagnostico genetico
Autor: Juan Carlos Zuil Escobar | Publicado:  8/03/2008 | Rehabilitacion y Fisioterapia , Genetica , Neurologia | |
Esclerosis multiple. Diagnostico genetico.4

Son muy diversos los estudios realizados sobre la posible influencia genética en la aparición de la esclerosis múltiple (muchos realizados en zonas de alta prevalencia), pero, como queda constatado, no existe ningún tipo de unanimidad sobre los posibles genes implicados en dicha patología. El único gen con una clara relación en la aparición de la esclerosis múltiple es el 6p21, responsable del complejo mayor de histocompatibilidad (CMH). Respecto al resto de posibles influencias, no existen coincidencias apreciables en los resultados de los distintos estudios presentados. Incluso en grupos poblacionales similares, como pueden ser las poblaciones escandinavas, los resultados obtenidos en los diversos estudios que trabajan con dichas poblaciones, solo muestran como resultado común el anteriormente señalado correspondiente al complejo mayor de histocompatibilidad (CMH).

 

 

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