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Review Article Open Access
A growing body of evidence suggests that mutations in MTHFR gene are involved in cardiovascular diseases (CVD) - cardiac development, atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, heart failure, hypertension, aneurysms- and several other disease- cancers, neurological and metabolic disorders. Genetic variations in other genes are added risk for CVD- a leading cause of morbidity and mortality around the globe. Accumulating data over the decade has enhanced our understanding of MTHFR deficiency and diseases associated risk. The frequency of MTHFR 677 C→T and 1298 A→C gene mutations varies substantially in different regions of the world among different racial and ethnic groups. In particular, 677C→T and 1298 A→C variant are associated with clinical manifestation of almost all noncommunicable diseases. This review describes the roles of MTHFR gene mutation in CVD and prospective therapies for heart disease treatment.
Polymorphism, MTHFR gene, Mutations, Cell-Biology, Developmental Biology, Epithelial Cells