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Evolutionary history of metazoan TMEM16 family.

The majority of Transmembrane protein 16 proteins are expressed as either a Ca2+-activated Cl- channel or phospholipid scramblase and play a variety of physiological roles. Using evolutionary genomics, we investigated 398 proteins from 74 invertebrate species to discover the TMEM16 family's evolutionary history. The TMEM16C-F and J subfamilies are vertebrate-specific, according to our reviewers, but the TMEM16A/B, G, H, and K subfamilies are ancient and present in several species of microbial descendants, but not necessarily in metazoan species. We also identified TMEM16 genes that are closely related to the genome, indicating that they were created via new gene duplication. The anoctamin domain structures of invertebrate-specific TMEM16 proteins discovered by AlphaFold2 contain conserved Ca2+-binding motifs and permeation pathways with either narrow or wide inner gates. During metazoan evolution, the internal gate distance of TMEM16 protein may have frequently changed, and has thus established the protein's function as either CaCC or CaPLSase.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2022.107595


Stigma, shame and family secrets as consequences of mental illness in previous generations: A micro-history approach.

We have the micro-histories of two Australian soldiers who suffered with mental illness years after serving in World War 1 and being transferred to a psychiatric hospital where they died. We investigate possible explanations for the gaps between the families compared to the wider literature on stigma and mental health, as well as show why the family stories told should be treated as social constructs rather than facts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/13634593221114751


Nucleus Accumbens Response to Reward among Children with a Family History of Alcohol Use Problems: Convergent Findings from the ABCD Study® and Michigan Longitudinal Study.

The present research found brain activity in the nucleus accumbens related to the anticipation of reward in youth with two biological parents with alcohol use issues, one biological parent with alcohol use problems, and no biological parents with alcohol use problems. In both studies, FH+2 youth showed blunted anticipation reward responding in the right NAcc relative to FH+1 youth. Convergent findings from two separate studies reveal insights into a specific vulnerability of FH+2 youth and show that categorizations based on binary FH+ versus FH+ categorizations may mask important differences among FH+ youth.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/brainsci12070913


Use of family history taking for hereditary neoplastic syndromes screening in primary health care: A systematic review protocol.

Personal and family history, as well as pedigree, can all be helpful tools to determine the risk of developing cancer, especially in Primary Health Care settings.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0271286


Reduced gluteofemoral (subcutaneous) fat mass in young Japanese women with family history of type 2 diabetes: an exploratory analysis.

We investigated the possibility that family history of type 2 diabetes could be correlated with reduced peripheral fat mass. FHD+ was the product of a total population, and it did not differ between FHD+ and FHD-nonathletics, according to the author's multivariate logistic regression analysis for FHD+ as the dependent variable in a total population. Despite comparable BMI, body fat percentage, and serum leptin, FHD+ nonathletes had lower BMI, body fat percentage, and serum leptin. Lower arm and gluteofemoral fat percentages were largely to blame, owing to lowered arm and gluteofemoral fat percentage, but trunk fat percentage was not significant. Despite lower BMI in a total population, FHD+ women had lower HDL cholesterol. Independent correlations of FHD+ with BMI and HDL cholesterol were found in multivariate logistic regression studies. In conclusion, FHD can be related to reduced subcutaneous fat mass in young Japanese women, indicating poor adipose tissue expansionability.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-16890-0


Impact of family history of coronary artery disease on clinical outcomes in Takotsubo cardiomyopathy.

Here, we retrospectively assessed the effect of FHxCAD on patient outcomes with TCM. In the unmatched and in a propensity-matched cohort, we compared hospital results and complications among TCM patients with and without FHxCAD. Patients with FHxCAD had a reduced risk of cardiogenic shock, acute kidney injury, and acute respiratory failure; shorter length of stay; and lower total cost compared to TCM with FHxCAD patients; and lower total charge.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/jim-2021-002186


Is it all in the family? Sexual identity differences in DSM-5 alcohol and other drug use disorders and associations with alcohol and other drug misuse history among parents, offspring, and other relatives.

FH+ in first- and second-degree relatives was the most widespread among bisexual women relative to all other sexual orientation subgroups. According to cross-generation regression experiments, the chances of AUD and ODUD among FH+ adults were higher among FH+ adults relative to negative family history adults. The odds of AUD were higher among lesbian and bisexual women than those who control for any FH+; this gender difference was not present among women. Compared to heterosexual parents, we discovered differences in AOD use among offspring of bisexual parents, but not gay or lesbian parents. When treating these people, health professionals should consider the increased likelihood of a family history of AOD mistreatment among sexual minorities, especially bisexual women.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/08897077.2022.2095080


Secondary Findings Using Broad Pan Cardiomyopathy and Arrhythmia Panels in Patients With a Personal or Family History of Inherited Cardiomyopathy or Arrhythmia Syndrome.

We performed a retrospective review of the key indications for genetic testing, imaging, and genetic test results to find secondary results in patients seen in the Inherited Cardiovascular Disease Clinic with a personal or family history of inherited cardiomyopathy, inherited arrhythmia syndrome, recent cardiac arrest, or family history of sudden cardiac death in a patient population. Pathogenic/likely pathogenic variants in autosomal dominant genes revealed by genetic analysis, with no-cost broad cardiomyopathy and arrhythmia panels, 4 probands, and 4 family members who underwent genetic analysis were found to have pathogenic/likely pathogenic variants in autosomal dominant genes, unrelated to the primary reason for testing. In conclusion, the prevalence of secondary studies using a broad cardiomyopathy and arrhythmia panel in patients with personal or family history of inherited cardiomyopathy or arrhythmia was u223. 2%.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjcard.2022.05.022


Family History and Warning Symptoms Precede Sudden Cardiac Death in Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy (from a Nationwide Study in Sweden).

About 4% of sudden cardiac death cases in the young in Sweden is due to an inherited cardiac disorder. In Sweden, this report sought to describe the conditions leading to SCD in all victims under the age of 35 years old, from January 1, 2000, to December 31, 2010. Because of cardiac arrests, a total of 8 patients had sought medical attention. In cases compared to controls, the frequency of hospital visits was significantly higher. SCD had a family history. A total of ten individuals had SCD history. In conclusion, we found a high prevalence of cardiovascular origin, healthcare use, and family history of SCD in the young caused by ARVC. To improve risk stratification and early disease detection, an increase in the presence of these warning signs in younger patients is crucial.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjcard.2022.05.015

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