Assessment of TLL1 variant and risk of hepatocellular carcinoma in Latin Americans and Europeans

Siyu Fu, Dhamina Karim, Jhon Prieto, Domingo Balderramo, Javier Diaz Ferrer, Angelo Z. Mattos, Marco Arrese, Enrique Carrera, Jeffrey Oliveira, Jose D. Debes, Andre Boonstra

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Introduction and Objectives: Tolloid like protein 1 (TLL1) rs17047200 has been reported to be associated with HCC development and liver fibrosis. However, to our knowledge, no studies have been performed on Latin Americans and comparative differences between TLL1 rs17047200 in HCC patients from Latin America and Europe are undefined. Materials and Methods: Cross-sectional analysis performed on Latin American and European individuals. We analyzed TLL1 rs17047200 on DNA from 1194 individuals, including 420 patients with HCC (86.0 % cirrhotics) and 774 without HCC (65.9 % cirrhotics). Results: TLL1 rs17047200 genotype AT/TT was not associated with HCC development in Latin Americans (OR: 0.699, 95 %CI 0.456-1.072, p = 0.101) or Europeans (OR: 0.736, 95 %CI 0.447-1.211, p = 0.228). TLL1 AT/TT was not correlated with fibrosis stages among metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease (MASLD) patients from Latin America (OR: 0.975, 95 %CI 0.496-1.918, p = 0.941). Among Europeans, alcohol-related HCC had lower TLL1 AT/TT frequencies than cirrhosis (18.3 % versus 42.3 %, OR: 0.273, 95 %CI 0.096-0.773, p = 0.015). Conclusions: We found no evidence that the TLL1 rs17047200 AT/TT genotype is a risk factor for HCC development in Latin Americans or Europeans. A larger study integrating ethnic and etiology backgrounds is needed to determine the importance of the TLL1 SNP in HCC development.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo101181
PublicaciónAnnals of Hepatology
Volumen29
N.º2
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 mar. 2024

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