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>Revistas >El Residente >Año 2015, No. 3


Dávalos-de la Cruz AP, Flores-Chávez A, Hernández-Cuervo P, Ramírez-Villafaña M, González-Ponce F, Bonilla-Lara D, Contreras-Moreno MG, Trujillo-Hernández B, Gámez-Nava JI
Interleucina-18 en síndrome metabólico
Residente 2015; 10 (3)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 36
Paginas: 118-124
Archivo PDF: 226.15 Kb.


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RESUMEN

El síndrome metabólico (SM) es una entidad que se presenta con una frecuencia de 41.6% en mexicanos, se asocia a un estado de inflamación crónico en el que múltiples citocinas están implicadas. Este artículo de revisión describe la evidencia científica actual que sugiere que la interleucina-18 (IL-18) podría estar estrechamente relacionada con el SM y sus consecuencias. Se ha observado un incremento de los niveles séricos de IL-18 en el SM y detectado expresión de IL-18 en la placa ateroesclerótica inestable en el tejido adiposo y en el tejido muscular. Este artículo aborda además los aspectos patogénicos en el que IL-18 pudiese tener un papel en el desarrollo del SM.


Palabras clave: Interleucina-18, síndrome metabólico, enfermedades cardiovasculares, citocinas.


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