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Haplotype Analysis of BRCA1 Gene D17S855 and D17S1322 Markers in Iranian Familial Breast Cancer Patients

  • Miresmaeili, Sayed Mohsen (Department of Biology, Science Faculty, University of Sistan and Baluchestan) ;
  • Tamandani, Dor Mohammad Kordi (Department of Biology, Science Faculty, University of Sistan and Baluchestan) ;
  • Kalantar, Seyed Mehdi (Research and Clinical Center for Infertility, Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences) ;
  • Moshtaghiun, Seyed Mohammad (University of Yazd)
  • Published : 2016.07.01

Abstract

Background: Breast cancer molecular analysis by linkage analysis has the advantage of facilitating early diagnosis in asymptomatic genetic carriers, with a view to the preventive follow-up of these subjects and genetic counseling. The aim of this study was to evaluate BRCA1 gene D17S855 and D17S1322 markers in breast cancer patients. Materials and Methods: A series of 85 BC patients and 85 unrelated healthy women were recruited for haplotype analysis performed using two short tandem repeat markers located within the BRCA1 gene locus. Each marker was amplified with PCR genomic DNA from each individual and fluorescently end-labeled primers. Results: Both D17S855 and D17S1322 markers included 12 kinds of alleles. Results indicate that most of the BC patients shared two common 121-150 (11.2%, RR=1.56 and p=0.02) and 121-146 (5.6%, RR=1.9 and p=0.02) haplotypes. Conclusions: Our results should be helpful to understand the haplotype phase in the BRCA1 gene and establish a genetic screening strategy in the Iranian population.

Keywords

Breast cancer;BRCA1 haplotype;STRs;D17S855;D17S1322

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