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Last Updated: 04 February 2022

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Methotrexate treatment of newly diagnosed RA patients is associated with DNA methylation differences at genes relevant for disease pathogenesis and pharmacological action

Background: Methotrexate is the first line treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, and methylation changes in bulk T cells have been reported following MTX therapy. Before and after the MTX treatment of RA patients, we've investigated cell-type specific DNA methylation changes in nave and memory CD4+ T cells. Reduced representation bisulfite sequencing of newly diagnosed RA patients were compared by reduced representation bisulfite sequencing. Results: We discovered that MTX treatment had a significant effect on DNA methylation levels at several CpG sites in both cell populations. Conclusion: In CD4+ na've and memory T cells isolated from RA patients, we found CpG sites that were linked to MTX therapy. Overall scheme: We've investigated cell-type specific DNA methylation changes in na've and memory CD4+ T cells before and after MTX therapy of RA patients. Reduced representation bisulfite sequencing was used to determine methylation profiles of newly diagnosed RA patients.

Source link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/779093

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