ARTÍCULO

Line-1 and inflammatory gene methylation levels are early biomarkers of metabolic changes: association with adiposity

Autores: Carraro, J. C.; Mansego Talavera, María Luisa; Milagro Yoldi, Fermín Ignacio; Chaves, L. O.; Vidigal, F. C.; Bressan, J.; Martínez Hernández, Alfredo
Título de la revista: BIOMARKERS
ISSN: 1354-750X
Volumen: 21
Número: 7
Páginas: 625 - 632
Fecha de publicación: 2016
Resumen:
We analyzed whether global and inflammatory genes methylation can be early predictors of metabolic changes and their associations with the diet, in a cross-sectional study (n = 40). Higher global methylation was associated to adiposity, insulin resistance, and lower quality of the diet. Methylation of IL-6, SERPINE1 and CRP genes was related to adiposity traits and macronutrients intake. SERPINE1 hypermethylation was also related to some metabolic alterations. CRP methylation was a better predictor of insulin resistance than CRP plasma concentrations. Global and inflammatory gene promoter hypermethylation can be good early biomarkers of adiposity and metabolic changes and are associated to the quality of the diet.