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  1. Most cancers acquire numerous genetic changes in proto-oncogenes as well as tumor-suppressor genes. Cancer's early diagnosis remains a challenge. Recently, nonlinear polarization has revealed the potential as ...

    Authors: Yasser H. El-Sharkawy, Sherif Elbasuney, Sara M. Radwan, Mostafa A. Askar, Samar H. Rizk and Gharieb S. El-Sayyad
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:70
  2. Pheochromocytoma is a rare disease, and its familial occurrence is quite uncommon. The aim of this paper is to report a three-generation phenotypical expression of a case familial occurrence of pheochromocytoma.

    Authors: Mari Carmen Moran-Espinosa, Héctor Diaz-García, Rocío Sánchez-Urbina, Javier T. Granados-Riveron, Miriam Deyanira Rodriguez-Piña, Ángeles Leyda Avilés-García, Miguel Ángel Rubio-Leal, Karla Ariadna Martínez-Camacho and Hugo Mendieta-Zeron
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:69
  3. Recent researches have increasingly indicated a strong correlation between the gut microbiota and chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS). Nevertheless, the impact of gut microbiota on CP/CP...

    Authors: Hao Xu, Yu Zhang, Yinglang Zhang, Chong Shen, Zhe Zhang, Jian Wang, Diansheng Zhou, Zhouliang Wu, Yunkai Qie, Shenglai Liu, Dawei Tian, Hailong Hu and Changli Wu
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:68
  4. Intellectual developmental disorders with dysmorphic facies and ptosis (IDDDFP) are rare neurological conditions caused by variants in the BRPF1 gene. They primarily manifest as intellectual disabilities (ID) alo...

    Authors: Qian Liu, Feifei Li, Nana Wang and Zhengjun Fan
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:67
  5. This study aimed to explore the relationship between Parkinson’s disease and insertion/deletion polymorphism (I/D) of the angiotensin-converting enzyme gene (ACE) and to highlight the related risk factors within ...

    Authors: Horchi-Mekkaoui Meroua, Achou Rayene, Djoudi Brahim, Laouar Rania, Gharzouli Razika, Taghane Naima, Abadi Noureddine and Satta Dalila
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:66
  6. Gastrointestinal tract (GIT) cancers are complex disorders affecting millions of people worldwide. The vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) helps in the development of different GIT cancers by promoting a...

    Authors: Deepanshi Mahajan, Vasudha Sambyal and Kamlesh Guleria
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:65
  7. Colorectal cancer (CRC) is considered as one of the most common malignancy and the fourth leading cause of cancer-related deaths, worldwide. Here, we aimed to investigate the expression of miR–663b and miR–650...

    Authors: Mehdi Valizadeh, Jabar Kamal Mirza Abdalla, Abbas Yazdanbod and Esmaeil Babaei
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:64
  8. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a chronic relapsing inflammatory disorder of unknown etiology and unpredictable course. The aim of the work was to assess the levels of adropin, fibroblast growth factor-1 (...

    Authors: Moushira Zaki, Hisham A. Orban, Marwa Mahmoud, Eman R. Youness, Hoda F. Booles, Wagdy K. B. Khalil, Wafaa Wafy, Kamal A. El-Atrebi, Khaled Hamed and Hala T. El-Bassyouni
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:63
  9. Additional evidence has indicated a correlation between N6-methyladenosine (m6A) RNA methylation and cardiovascular disease. Nevertheless, the alterations in RNA methylation modification and the expression of ...

    Authors: Yeting Li, Kai Ma, Chuanxin Zhao, Nannan Li, Shanshan Li and Man Zheng
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:62
  10. D–Phenotype is linked to abnormal expression of RHCE gene. Consequently, individuals with this condition may develop antibodies against high-prevalence Rh antigens when exposed to a normal Rh phenotype, leading ...

    Authors: Yuanyuan Luo, Chunya Ma, Lihui Fu and Yang Yu
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:61
  11. Alpha synuclein (α-synuclein) is coded by SNCA gene and found in a helical form with phospholipids or in an unfolded arrangement in the cytosol and belongs to the synuclein family other than beta synuclein and...

    Authors: Abhishek Sharma, Pragati Mahur, Amit Kumar Singh, Jayaraman Muthukumaran and Monika Jain
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:60
  12. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex neurological disability with multifactorial etiology. ASD is described by behavior, speech, language, and communication defects. CircRNA is a type of ceRNA that play...

    Authors: Somayeh Reiisi, Seyed Omar Ebrahimi, Kambiz Ahmadi, Najmeh Nezamabadi Pour and Abbas Jahanara
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:59
  13. Liver fibrosis is a widespread chronic liver ailment linked to substantial mortality and limited therapeutic options. An in-depth comprehension of the genetic underpinnings of liver fibrogenesis is crucial for...

    Authors: Ariza Julia Paulina, Y. Vitriyanna Mutiara, Lalu Muhammad Irham, Darmawi Darmawi, Nurul Qiyaam, Firdayani Firdayani, Dian Ayu Eka Pitaloka, Arfianti Arfianti and Wirawan Adikusuma
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:58
  14. Obesity, a multifaceted endocrine issue, is adversely affecting all age groups and is posing a significant public health challenge. The genetic polymorphisms of the melanocortin 4 receptor (MC4R) and leptin (LEP)...

    Authors: Tanmayi Sharma and Badaruddoza Badaruddoza
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:57
  15. Melanomas are highly aggressive in nature known for metastasis and death. Melanocytes that gave rise to melanomas are neural crest progenitor cells. Our research was primarily concerned with uveal melanoma (UM...

    Authors: Perumal Jayaraj, Tanisha Bhimwal, Khushneet Kaur, Kritika Gupta, Shreya Taluja and Anjali Priyadarshani
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:56
  16. This study aimed to characterize the frequency of RAI1 genetic aberrations associated with Smith–Magenis syndrome (SMS), in a large cohort of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) whole-genome sequencing samples. We aim...

    Authors: Sandra Paulina Smieszek
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:55
  17. Polymicrogyria is a spectrum of complex cortical malformations encompassing multiple subtypes. Of these, bilateral frontoparietal polymicrogyria (BFPP) has been associated with pathogenic variants in the ADGRG1 g...

    Authors: Dalida El Khatib, Moussa Hojeij, Sandra Sabbagh, Cybel Mehawej, Eliane Chouery, Seung Woo Ryu, JiHye Kim and Andre Mégarbané
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:54
  18. Statins are well known for their efficacy to improve lipid profiles. Their efficacy varies between individuals and can be modified by patient factors such as genetic polymorphisms. This study used a cross-sect...

    Authors: Amirul Faez Shamsudin, Sarina Sulong, Imran Ahmad and Nur Salwani Bakar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:53
  19. The CXCR4 chemokine receptor is a G protein-coupled receptor that plays a role in many physiological processes and diseases, such as cancer metastasis, HIV infection, and immune response. Because of this, it m...

    Authors: Cesarius Singgih Wahono, Mokhamad Fahmi Rizki Syaban, Mirza Zaka Pratama, Perdana Aditya Rahman and Nabila Erina Erwan
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:52
  20. It is known that BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes’ mutation carriers are predisposed to breast and ovarian cancers and other organ cancers such as prostate, colon and cervix. In the previous study performed at X University,...

    Authors: Tuğba Semerci Sevimli, Murat Sevimli, Ayşe Esra Manguoğlu and Güven Lüleci
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:51
  21. Artificial intelligence (AI) has shown great promise in the field of healthcare as a means of improving the diagnosis of skin cancer. The objective of this research is to enhance the precision and effectivenes...

    Authors: S. P. Angelin Claret, Jose Prakash Dharmian and A. Muthu Manokar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:50
  22. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a severe threat and a main reason for cancer-related deaths around the world. Drug resistance to sorafenib (Sorf), the effective HCC first-line therapy, is very common. A numb...

    Authors: Sara A. Nusair, Gehan Galal and Sara M. Radwan
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:49
  23. Iron deficiency contributes for over half of all anaemia cases, especially among women and children. Iron deficiency anaemia remains a serious public health concern worldwide. The aim of this study is to deter...

    Authors: Nur Ain Azman, Zefarina Zulkafli, Nur Salwani Bakar, Mat Ghani Siti Nor Assyuhada and Siti Nur Nabeela A’ifah Mohammad
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:46
  24. Thalassemia is one of the most common chronic diseases, which cause many problems for the patients, families, and health system. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the application of an...

    Authors: Iraj Zareban, Zahra Oudi-Akbari, Mohammad Saeed Jadgal, Hossein Ansari and Jamshid Hosseinzehi Zamani
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:45
  25. The histone deacetylase (HDAC) family plays a significant role in a variety of biological processes related to cancer, such as metabolism and cancer progression, and recognized as a target of anti-cancer drugs...

    Authors: Changsheng Chen, Ke Wang, Yu Zhang, Yixin Qi, Chong Shen, Zhe Zhang, Zongliang Zhang, Han Yang and Hailong Hu
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:44
  26. Cognitive impairment and depression are two common mental health conditions affecting millions worldwide. CI and depression both have complex etiology and multiple genetic and environmental factors are thought...

    Authors: Apoorva Sharma, Vineet Chaudhary, Mamta Kumari Thakur, Naorem Kiranmala Devi and Kallur Nava Saraswathy
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:43
  27. Impact of Isocitrate dehydrogenase1 (IDH1) and O6-methylguanine-DNA methyltransferase (MGMT) in glioblastoma (GBM) have been of great interest due to their implications in prediction of prognosis of several types...

    Authors: Magda Sayed Mahmoud, Mohamed K. Khalifa, Amira M. Nageeb, Lobna R. Ezz El-Arab, Manal El-Mahdy, Amal Ramadan, Maha Hashim, Noha M. Bakr and Menha Swellam
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:42
  28. The age-standardized incidence rate for gastric cancer is estimated to be 11.1% worldwide and 39.1% for Ardabil province in northwest Iran. Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) occur in coding and non-coding...

    Authors: Homa Akhavan Aghghaleh, Najmeh Ranji and Hadi Habibollahi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:41
  29. Studies have attributed 50% of infertility cases to male infertility, 15% of which is caused by idiopathic genetic factors. Currently, no specific biomarkers have been revealed for male infertility. Furthermor...

    Authors: Devalina Junahar, Rinesia Dwiputri, Wirawan Adikusuma, Darmawi Darmawi, Afdal Afdal, Lalu Muhammad Irham and Suyanto Suyanto
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:39
  30. Hydrocephalus is one of the most common pathophysiological disabilities with a high mortality rate, which occurs both congenitally and acquired. It is estimated that genetic components are the etiology for up ...

    Authors: Masoud Sabzeghabaiean, Mohsen Maleknia, Javad Mohammadi-Asl, Hashem Kazemi, Fereshteh Golab, Zohreh Zargar and Maryam Naseroleslami
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:38
  31. WAGR syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by a de novo deletion of 11p13 and is usually clinically associated with Wilms’ tumor, aniridia, genitourinary anomalies, and mental retardation (W-A-G-R)...

    Authors: Faiza Chbel, Hasna Hamdaoui, Houssein Mossafa, Karim Ouldim and Houda Benrahma
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:37
  32. Interleukin-38 (IL-38), an inflammatory cytokine discovered in recent years, has been implicated in the pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). IL-38 is encoded by the IL1F10 (interleukin 1 family mem...

    Authors: Rawan A. Nijeeb, Adnan A. Aljber and Ali H. Ad’hiah
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:36
  33. Von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) syndrome is an autosomal dominantly inherited disorder that predisposes to multiple neoplasms. Patients may develop hemangioblastomas of the central nervous system and retina, multiple ...

    Authors: Antonio Alejandro Esperón Álvarez, Inés Virginia Noa Hechavarría, Ixchel López Reyes and Teresa Collazo Mesa
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:35
  34. Adiponectin and leptin are pivotal in the regulation of metabolism. Pediatric lupus nephritis (pLN), a manifestation of childhood systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) affecting the kidneys, is associated with im...

    Authors: Gloria Garavito De Egea, Alex Domínguez-Vargas, Luis Fang, Nicole Pereira-Sanandrés, Jonathan Rodríguez, Gustavo Aroca-Martinez, Zilac Espítatela, Clara Malagón, Antonio Iglesias-Gamarra, Ana Moreno-Woo, Guillermo López-Lluch and Eduardo Egea
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:34
  35. This review article gives an insight into the genetic factors and the role of pancreatic amylase in type 2 diabetes (T2D). Diabetes is a non-communicable, multifactorial, heritable, complex, and irreversible d...

    Authors: Mutiat A. Abdulkareem, Bunmi A. Owolabi, Emmanuel S. Saheed, Remilekun F. Aromolaran, Rukayat M. Bashiru, Toheeb A. Jumah, Doris U. Chijioke, Onyinyechi J. Amaechi, Fehintoluwa C. Adeleke, Omiyale O. Charles and Tunde S. Oluokun
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:33
  36. 21-hydroxylase deficiency is present in 90–95% of cases of congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). Eleven major pathogenic variants account for 93% of all identified variants in the CYP21A2 gene in various clinical...

    Authors: Natalia Osinovskaya, Elena Vashukova, Olga Tarasenko, Maria Danilova, Olga Glavnova, Iskender Sultanov, Maxim Donnikov, Yulia Nasykhova and Andrey Glotov
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:32
  37. Gene editing can produce irreversible permanent changes to the genetic material at predetermined sequences, avoiding random integration, which is the major drawback of classical gene therapy. The technology ha...

    Authors: Wessam Sharaf-Eldin
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:30
  38. MicroRNAs have a significant role in the function and development of the hearing system. Idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) is a complicated disorder with no long-established reason. Since mi...

    Authors: Yalda Jabbari-Moghaddam, Dariush Shanehbandi, Milad Asadi, Saiedeh Razi-Soofiyani and Vahideh Hateftabar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:29
  39. Biotinidase deficiency (BTD) is characterized by a wide range of genetic variants. However, the correlation between these variants and the biochemical phenotypes of BTD is not well-established due to the diver...

    Authors: Murat Karaoglan, Gulper Nacarkahya, Emel Hatun Aytac and Mehmet Keskin
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:28
  40. Several studies showed that the perpetuation of consanguinity increases homozygosity and homogenizes the population's gene pool. This allows the expression of recessive deleterious mutations and increases the ...

    Authors: Noura Dahbi, Abderrazak El khair, Khadija Cheffi, Lamiaa Habibeddine, Jalal Talbi, Abderraouf Hilali and Hicham El ossmani
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:27
  41. Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a complex medical condition characterized by atherosclerotic plaque accumulation in coronary arteries, leading to narrowed blood vessels and impaired blood flow. Endothelial dy...

    Authors: Ale Eba, Syed Tasleem Raza, Irshad A. Wani, Zeba Siddiqi, Mohammad Abbas, Sanchita Srivastava and Farzana Mahdi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:26
  42. Despite substantial advancements in gastric cancer treatment in recent years, our understanding of the disease’s pathophysiology and progression processes remains limited, and the prognosis for gastric cancer ...

    Authors: Shixing Zhao, Wenbo Zhao, Chunxia Yao and Yunxiao Tian
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:24
  43. Turner syndrome (TS) is a rare disorder associated either with complete or partial loss of one X chromosome in women. The information on the genotype–phenotype relationship in TS is inadequate. Comparing the h...

    Authors: Anam Farooqui, Naaila Tamkeen, Safia Tazyeen, Sher Ali and Romana Ishrat
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:23
  44. Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is considered to be a polygenic disorder that emerges as a result of complicated gene-environment interactions. Several investigations revealed that SLC30A8 rs13266634 polymorphism...

    Authors: Farhana Siddiqi Mitu, Md. Murad Hossain, Shuvo Chandra Das, Md. Mafizul Islam, Dhirendra Nath Barman and Shipan Das Gupta
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:22
  45. The hallmarks of Emanuel syndrome are pre- and postnatal growth retardation, microcephaly, global developmental delay, ear anomalies, and in males, heart, kidney, and genital abnormalities.

    Authors: Hala T. El-Bassyouni, Engy A. Ashaat, Khaled Hamed, Maha Rashed, Azza E. Abd-Elnaby and Marwa Shehab
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics 2024 25:21

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