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Prediction of Gut Wall Integrity Loss in Viral Gastroenteritis by Non-Invasive Marker
Update time:2016-07-27 20:32:34   【 Font: Large  Medium Small



Intestinal fatty acid binding proteins (I-FABPs) are mainly expressed in the intestinal villi, which are the initial site of destruction in viral gastroenteritis.


This study was designed to assess serum I-FABPs as a predictor of gut wall integrity loss in viral gastroenteritis.


This case-control cross-sectional study was conducted on 93 cases of acute viral gastroenteritis. Twenty-eight healthy children matching in age were recruited as control group. Serum I-FABPs were measured using ELISA technique. Viral detection and typing were done by PCR for adenovirus, and by Reverse transcriptase PCR for rotavirus, astrovirus and norovirus.


Serum I-FABPs level was significantly higher in the cases compared to the controls and was also higher in the 46 rotavirus gastroenteritis cases compared to other viral gastroenteritis cases. Serum I- FABPs level was significantly higher in severely dehydrated cases as compared to mildly dehydrated ones (P=0.037).


Serum I-FABPs could be used as an early and sensitive predictor marker of gut wall integrity loss in children with viral gastroenteritis and its level can indicate case severity.

Keywords: Viral Gastroenteritis, Gut Wall Integrity Loss, Non Invasive Marker, Predicition
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Source:Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences      by HG Elnady, LS Sherif, MT Saleh, et al.
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