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Detection of Feline Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease by a PCR-DGGE Assay
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變性梯度凝膠電泳法用以診斷突變的原理是根據DNA片段在變性濃度梯度的聚丙醯酰氨(polyacrylamide)凝膠上有不同速度的移動，此不同移動速度的原理是序列排列決定的，初始基因片段的移動速度是根據分子量，後來在凝膠的特殊位置達到變性濃度和熔解溫度時，部份雙股DNA會局部打開成單股DNA，這些有分枝的雙股DNA頓時移動會停滯，在DNA片段加入富含GC序列的GC鉗是提升變性凝膠電泳法診斷率的關鍵，GC鉗的加入是基因片斷中最穩定的區段，從而另外較鬆散的區段可以方便DGGE做鑑別診斷。貓隻的多囊性腎病與貓的PKD1基因有關，此基因負責製造polycystin，polycystin是一種類似穿膜受體的蛋白質。一個C/A的核苷酸顛換造成一個提早形成的終止密碼，此核苷酸轉換的位置發生在貓隻PKD1基因的第29個外顯子。貓隻的PKD是體染色體顯性遺傳，囊泡在一出生即產生，一開始很小逐漸變大，囊泡的大小從很小到數公分。逐漸變大的囊泡傷害正常的腎臟組織最終導致腎臟衰竭，貓隻的PKD是貓隻最常見的遺傳疾病，侵犯了全世界約38%的波斯貓，10個月以上的貓隻超音波的診斷率為98%。我們收集了2006年十二月至2008年十二月間至中興大學獸醫教學醫院就診的123貓隻，其中78隻為波斯貓，14隻金吉拉貓、10隻短毛家貓、5隻美國短毛貓、5隻喜馬拉雅貓、3隻布偶貓、2隻孟加拉貓、1隻英國短毛貓、1隻異國短毛貓和1隻暹邏貓。共有56隻貓進行腹腔超音波學檢查，包括膀胱、雙側腎臟及肝臟，結果顯示有12隻貓罹患ADPKD。這12隻貓的血液同時進行限制切段長度基因多型性(restriction fragment length polymorphism, RFLP)及聚合酶連鎖反應-變性梯度凝膠電泳法(PCR-DGGE)兩種分子生物技術診斷ADPKD，共有10隻貓隻經由這兩種分子生物技術檢測出ADPKD。代表有2隻貓隻的ADPKD並不是發生在PKD1基因的第29個外顯子的點突變，這個結果暗示可能有其他基因突變會造成體染色體顯性多囊性腎病。RFLP和PCR-DGGE診斷體染色體顯性多囊性腎病的正確率是一樣的，而且PCR-DGGE比RFLP能診斷出PKD1基因以外的點突變，這是所有文獻報導第一次將PCR-DGGE提供診斷體貓隻染色體顯性多囊性腎病，我們需要更多的病例來做此研究。
The detection of mutations by DGGE is based on the sequence-dependent electrophoretic mobility of double-stranded DNA fragments in a polyacrylamide gel that contains a linear denaturing gradient. Initially, the migration rate of the fragment depends on its molecular weight. However, at a specific point in the gel, the combination of denaturant concentration and temperature equals the Tm of the lower melting domain, resulting in a partially single-stranded fragment. The mobility of these branched fragments in the polyacrylamide is abruptly retarded. The addition of an artificial GC-rich sequence, a so-called GC-clamp, to DNA fragments has been a major improvement in DGGE methodology. Such a GC-clamp serves as the most stable part of the fragment and allows the detection of sequence variation in the remainder of the fragment. In PKD affected cats, the disease was linked to the feline PKD1 gene, coding polycystin, a protein similar to the transmembrane receptor. A C/A transversion resulting in a premature stop codon was identified in exon 29 of the feline PKD1 gene. PKD is inherited as an autosomal dominant trait. Cysts are present from birth, but start out small, slowly increasing in size. Cysts can range from very small to several centimeters in diameter. The increasing size of the cysts damage the normal kidney tissue, eventually causing kidney failure. Feline PKD is the most prevalent inherited disease of cats. It affects 38% of Persian cats worldwide. Ultrasound diagnosis is 98% accurate after approximately 10 months of age. We collected the cats submitted to NCHU VMTH from December 2006 to December 2008. One hundred and twenty-three cats were involved, consisting of 78 Persians, 14 Chinchilla, 11 Domestic Shorthair, 5 Himalaya, 6 American Shorthair, 3 Ragdoll, 3 Bengal, 1 Irish Shorthair, 1 Exotic Shorthair and 1 Siamese. Ultrasonographic examination of urinary bladder, both kidneys and liver was performed in 56 cats. ADPKD was diagnosed in 12 of the 58 cats. The blood of the 12 cats with ADPKD was obtained. Restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and polymerase chain reaction - denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (PCR-DGGE) assay were performed to compare the diagnostic accuracy between these two genetic biotechnology. Only 10 of the 12 ADPKD blood samples were positive of RFLP analysis and PCR-DGGE assay. Two ADPKD affected cats diagnosed by ultrasonography were absent of the point mutation in exon 29. Other mutations may contribute to feline ADPKD. The accuracy of RFLP and PCR-DGGE was the same. PCR-DGGE can detect other single nucleotide polymorphism than PKD1. This is the first study to apply PCR-DGGE to detect PKD1 gene. More cases are needed for further evaluation of this methodology to detect PKD1 gene.
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