Journal of Applied Bioinformatics & Computational BiologyISSN: 2329-9533

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Computational Approach to the Genomics of Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia may be a advanced malady and one among the foremost common causes of vertebrate and maternal morbidity and mortality worldwide. It's one among the good however enigmatic health issues.  Despite several studies, there has been very little elementary improvement in our understanding in decades. It's a multi-system hypertensive disorder of gestation, characterised by variable degrees of maternal symptoms together with elevated force per unit area, albuminuria and vertebrate growth retardation that have an effect on 2-8 you look after deliveries within the North American nation. several clinicians believe there's a distinction between toxaemia of pregnancy and severe or early and late toxaemia of pregnancy.  However, up to now there's very little evidence that they represent totally different genetic etiologies. we have a tendency to expect that toxaemia of pregnancy may be a advanced, genetic abnormality that entails activation of a network of genes. We'll perform a case/control study victimization whole exome sequencing well prohibit our enrollment to patients with early, severe toxaemia of pregnancy. Although the familial nature of toxaemia of pregnancy has been well documented, the precise genetic design has not been known. the guarantees of the ordering era are met with each enthusiasm and skepticism[1,2]. The genome-wide association study approach interrogates immense ranges of associateonymous single-nucleotide polymorphisms or copy number variations in an unbiased, hypothesis-free approach. sadly, this severely limits power and makes it computationally nearly not possible to look at combinatorial gene–gene interactions. New approaches to the biology of advanced diseases can be useful. The literature on the biology of toxaemia of pregnancy is substantial and reflects varied method approaches [3]. Previous candidate cistron studies and genome-wide association studies have chosen candidate genes supported the existent information. Over fifty candidate genes for toxaemia of pregnancy at intervals varied pathophysiological methods are recommended, however no universally accepted status genes for toxaemia of pregnancy have nevertheless been known. Since toxaemia of pregnancy in all probability encompasses a polygenetic aetiology of rare genetic variants, a highresolution systematic investigation of the entire exome is required [4,5]

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