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GLUTATHIONE S TRANSFERASE AND CATALASE GENE POLYMORPHISMS DID NOT TEND TO INFLUENCE THE SEVERITY OF HEMOGLOBIN E/β-THALASSEMIA Rujito, Lantip; Widodo, Yundandhika Rizki; Sakina, Ghaida; Santosa, Qodri; Hapsari, Ariadne Tiara
Universa Medicina Vol 39, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Trisakti University

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BackgroundThalassemia, a monogenic genetic disease of red blood cells, is spread widely throughout the world. Glutathione S transferase (GST) enzymes have an antioxidant role in detoxification processes of toxic substances This study aimed to determine the role of the genetic modifier genes GSTT1 and GSTM1, and the catalase (CAT) gene in clinical degrees of hemoglobin (Hb)E/? thalassemia. MethodsSixty HbE/? Thalassemia patients were examined to determine their clinical pictures. Clinical score was based on age when thalassemia symptoms appeared, time of diagnosis, time of first blood transfusion, pre-transfusion hemoglobin concentration, frequency of transfusions, and enlargement of spleen. Ferritin concentration was also obtained from medical records. Gene polymorphisms of GSTT1, GSTM1, and CAT were measured using PCR and PCR-RFLP methods. Clinical scores were categorized into mild (0-3.5), moderate (4-7), and severe (7.5-10) degrees, while ferritin level was expressed in mg/dL. One way Anova was used to analyze the data. ResultsThe clinical appearance showed that severe, moderate, and mild degrees accounted for 42%, 45%, and 13%, respectively. The majority had a high ferritin level of more than 5000 mg/dL (67%). GSTT1 null, GSTM1 null, and CAT minor allele genotypes were 21.7%, 33.3%, and 12.1%, respectively. GSTT1, GSTM1, and CAT genotypes had no impact on the severity of thalassemia patients (p=0.091, p=0.082, and p=0.141, respectively).ConclusionGSTT1, GSTM1, CAT gene polymorphisms tend to be a minor aspect of severity of clinical outcome for HbE/â thalassemia patients and should be not considered a routine laboratory check.
HUBUNGAN ANTARA INDEKS MASSA TUBUH (IMT) DENGAN TES FUNGSI PARU Rujito, Lantip; Ristianingrum, Ika; Rahmawati, Indah
MANDALA of Health Vol 4, No 2 (2010): Mandala Of Health
Publisher : Jurusan Kedokteran FK Unsoed

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Body mass index (BMI) is a tool of measuring the nutritional status of individu. One of the effects ofobesity is the mechanics disturbance led to abnormality on pulmonary function tests. This study was aimed todetermine the relationship between body mass index with pulmonary function tests (PFTs) on medical studentJenderal Soedirman University. Analityc observational study with cross sectional design was used in thisinvestigation. The sampling technique used proportional random sampling with 82 samples. Pulmonaryfunction tests was classified into vital capacity (VC), tidal volume (TV), inspiration reserve volume (IRV),expiratory reserve volume (ERV), inspiration capacity (IC), forced vital capacity (FVC) dan FEV1.Univariate analysis, which was using table of frequency to see chategorichal variables and central tendencymeasurement to see numerical variables, and bivariate analysis, which was using Pearson and Spearmancorrelation to see the relationship between BMI with PFTs; unpaired t tests and Mann Whitney to know thedifferences of PFTs results between men and women, were used in this research. From the results weconcluded that there are significant relationship between between BMI with VC (p = 0,015), IRV (p = 0,026),IC (p = 0,016), FVC (p = 0,004) and FEV1 (p = 0,021) with low power relationship and was no relationshipBMI with TV (p = 0,489) and ERV (p = 0,231). In the unpaired t test and Mann Whitney we found that thereare differences all PFTs in a group of men and women.
GFR and Blood Lead Levels in Gas Station Workers Based on δ-Alad Gene Polymorphisms Rujito, Lantip; Hanief, Muhammad Nur; Gozali, Paulus; Mulyanto, Joko
Jurnal NERS Vol 10, No 1 (2015): Vol. 10 Nomor 1 April 2015
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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Introduction: Lead is a well-known toxic agent that makes an organ’s failure. Lead serum itself is infl uenced by δ-ALAD gene polymorphisms (Amino Levulinic Acid Dehydratase). δ-ALAD gene encodes an ALAD enzyme used for heme synthesis. The Characteristic of gene polymorphism may result in Glomerulo Filtration Rate (GFR) value as mark of renal failure. The goal of this study was to fi nd correlations between blood lead levels with GFR in terms of δ ALAD gene polymorphisms. Method: A cross-sectional design was used to perform this research. Thirty-eight gas stations workers in Banyumas were recruited in this study. δ-ALAD gene polymorphisms were characterized using PCR-RFLP method, while lead serum levels were quantifi ed by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS). In addition, Creatinin serum was done with a spectrophotometer and GFR value was formulated by means of the Schwartz method. Result: The studyshowed that the proportion of ALAD genotype for ALAD 1-1, 1-2 and 2-2 were 94.7%, 5.3%, and 0% respectively. The mean of serum levels in homozygous 1-1 was 15.94 ppb and heterozygote 1-2 was 1.15 ppb. GFR of participants ranged from 71.11 mL/min to 185.20 mL/min with a mean of 117.34mL/min. There was no correlation between serum Pb and GFR (p = 0.19). Study also could not determine the correlation between GFR and ALAD gene Polymorphism. Discussion: Study then concluded that there was no correlation between blood lead levels in the GFR on each δ-ALAD genotypes.Keywords: Lead intoxication, GFR, δ-ALAD, gas station workers
UJI DIAGNOSTIK INDEKS DARAH DAN IDENTIFIKASI MOLEKULER KARIER TALASEMIA β PADA PENDONOR DARAH DI BANYUMAS Hapsari, Ariadne Tiara; Rujito, Lantip
Jurnal Kedokteran Brawijaya Vol 28, No 3 (2015)
Publisher : Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Brawijaya

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Talasemia menempati kelainan genetik yang paling umum di seluruh dunia dengan prevalensi karier talasemia di Indonesia adalah sekitar 3-10%. Banyumas merupakan salah satu wilayah yang menyumbang angka prevalensi penderita talasemia yang cukup besar. Salah satu perangkat dalam program pencegahan terpadu adalah memastikan diagnosa molekuler pada tahap skrining sesuai dengan mutasi lokal. Tujuan dari penelitian adalah untuk mengetahui nilai uji diagnostik indeks darah dan karakterisitik mutasi talasemia ? pada pendonor darah yang dicurigai karier talasemia. Subjek penelitian adalah 183 pendonor darah rutin pada PMI Banyumas. Skrining awal menggunakan indeks darah MCV, MCH, dan Hemoglobin elektroforesis. Karakteristik molekuler dilakukan dengan teknik PCR-RFLP dan teknik ARMS.  Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa MCV memiliki nilai sensitivitas 81,3%, dan spesifisitas 95,8% sedangkan MCH menunjukkan sensitivitas sebesar 80% dengan spesifisitas 97,5%. Mutasi IVS-1 nt 5 (G>C) merupakan mutasi tersering disusul dengan HBE (codon 26) dan IVS1 nt 1(G>T).Kata Kunci: Identifikasi molekuler, indeks darah, karier talasemia
Aminolevulinate dehydrogenase polymorphisms did not modified lead serum and memory relationship Rujito, Lantip; Setyowati, Arini Dewi; Saien, Saien
Universa Medicina Vol 31, No 3 (2012)
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Trisakti University

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BACKGROUND Lead accumulation in the blood widely known affecting the formation of heme and oxygen transport processes in vital organs, Leading to organ failure including the brain synapses. Lead affinity has been recognized influenced by constitutional genotype of aminolevulinate dehydrogenase (ALAD), which encodes for heme synthesis. This research aimed to determine the relationship between plumbum (Pb) and short term memory on each ALAD gene genotyping (ALAD 1-1, ALAD 1-2 or ALAD 2-2) in gas station workers. METHODS Seventy six probands from gas station workers were recruited to participate in this research. Each probands was carried out ALAD genotyping using polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCRRFLP) method, lead serum level using atomic absorbent spectrophotometer (AAS), and short term memory was measurement by intelligence structure test (IST). RESULTS Proportion of δ ALAD 1-1, 1-2, and 2-2 were 91.8%, 8.2% and 0% respectively. Lead serum showed 15.84 ppb in homozygous 1-1, and 20.79 ppb in heterozygous. Short term memory in the probands varied from 85 until 117, with average in 99.71. There was significant negative relationship between lead serum and short term memory (r=-0.24; p=0.038). However, we could not find any significant correlation in each δ ALAD genotypes. CONCLUSION The δ ALAD genotypes did not modified the relationship between serum lead level and short term memory in gas station workers.
Hair root FMRP expression for screening of fragile X full mutation females Rujito, Lantip; Kustiani, Dwi; Severijnen, Lies Anne; Hanzon, Peter; Faradz, Sultana MH; Willemsen, Rob
Universa Medicina Vol 30, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Trisakti University

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The fragile X syndrome is the most common form of inherited mental retardation in humans, caused by an expansion of the cytosine-guanine-guanine (CGG) repeat in the fragile X mental retardation 1 (FMR1) gene located on the X chromosome. Antibody tests have been developed to identify fragile X patients, based on the presence or absence of fragile mental retardation protein (FMRP) in both lymphocytes and hair roots. The objective of this study was to compare correlations of hair root and lymphocyte FMRP expression with cognitive functioning in female rural area probands carrying the full mutation. Thirty females (normal, premutation, or full mutation) were selected from Indonesian fragile X families and were tested for FMRP expression in lymphocytes and hair roots using the FMRP antibody test. Subject genotype was determined by Southern blot analysis, and IQ equivalent by Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices. Statistical analysis was by Pearson correlation. FMRP expression in blood lymphocytes was relatively higher than that in hair roots, but hair root FMRP expression was strongly correlated with cognitive functioning in female full mutation carriers (r=0.64, p=0.015), whereas no significant correlation between lymphocyte FMRP and cognitive functioning was found (r=0.31, p= 0.281). Around 14% of subjects had a normal and 7% a borderline IQ level, while 79% had mild mental impairment. In conclusion, hair root FMRP expression may be a useful marker for identification of fragile X full mutation females.
GFR AND BLOOD LEAD LEVELS IN GAS STATION WORKERS BASED ON δ-ALAD GENE POLYMORPHISMS Rujito, Lantip; Hanief, Muhammad Nur; Gozali, Paulus; Mulyanto, Joko
Jurnal Ners Vol 10, No 1 (2015): April 2015
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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Introduction: Lead is a well-known toxic agent that makes an organ?s failure. Lead serum itself is infl uenced by ?-ALAD gene polymorphisms (Amino Levulinic Acid Dehydratase). ?-ALAD gene encodes an ALAD enzyme used for heme synthesis. The Characteristic of gene polymorphism may result in Glomerulo Filtration Rate (GFR) value as mark of renal failure. The goal of this study was to fi nd correlations between blood lead levels with GFR in terms of ? ALAD gene polymorphisms.Methods: A cross-sectional design was used to perform this research. Thirty-eight gas stations workers in Banyumas were recruited in this study. ?-ALAD gene polymorphisms were characterized using PCR-RFLP method, while lead serum levels were quantifi ed by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS). In addition, Creatinin serum was done with a spectrophotometer and GFR value was formulated by means of the Schwartz method.Result: The study showed that the proportion of ALAD genotype for ALAD 1-1, 1-2 and 2-2 were 94.7%, 5.3%, and 0% respectively. The mean of serum levels in homozygous 1-1 was 15.94 ppb and heterozygote 1-2 was 1.15 ppb. GFR of participants ranged from 71.11 mL/min to 185.20 mL/min with a mean of 117.34mL/min. There was no correlation between serum Pb and GFR (p = 0.19). Study also could not determine the correlation between GFR and ALAD gene Polymorphism.Conclusion: Study then concluded that there was no correlation between blood lead levels in the GFR on each ?-ALAD genotypes.
Genetic Counseling in Indonesia as a Mandatory Service Rujito, Lantip
Jurnal Kedokteran dan Kesehatan Indonesia JKKI, Vol 9, No 1, (2018)
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Islam Indonesia

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Pemberdayaan Ekonomi Pasien Thalassemia Melalui Kegiatan Bisnis Online di Banyumas Rujito, Lantip; Lestari, Diyah Woro Dwi; Santosa, Qodri; Hapsari, Ariadne Tiara
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat Vol 2 No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten

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ECONOMIC EMPOWERING OF THALASSEMIA PATIENTS THROUGH ONLINE ENTREPREUNERS ACTIVITIES IN BANYUMAS. Thalassemia in Banyumas is a part of portrait of Indonesia’s problems. Todays, there is not yet any national thalassemia countermeasures program so that thalassemia prevalence is getting increased year by year. Increasing life expectancy of thalassemia patients brings economical problem consequence. Social stigma and businessmen support Thalassemia patients to be powered economically in their productive age. Entrepreneurship autonomy becomes an alternative to overcome it. Online entrepreneurs has flexibility, creative space, global range and unlimited time that support it to be an optional solution for preparing thalassemia patients welcoming productive age.
Sosialisasi Thalassemia Kepada Guru Biologi di Banyumas: Upaya Pencegahan Terintegrasi Melalui Kurikulum Sekolah Rujito, Lantip; Lestari, Diyah Woro Dwi; Aziz, Abdul; Faiza, Dinar
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat Vol 3 No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten

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THALASSEMIA SOCIALIZATION TO BIOLOGY TEACHERS IN BANYUMAS: EFFORT OF INTEGRATED PREVENTION THROUGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM. Thalassemia is a hematologic disease that causes hemoglobin blood defects. As a result, red blood cells become fragile and unable to perform their standard functions. Thalassemia in Indonesia is a quite lot. Recorded data, the carrier traits are about 3-10%, spread across all provinces. Currently, no final treatment can cure this disease altogether. Regular transfusion and iron chelating drugs are still survival of thalassemia patients. Prevention program is one of efficient handling. The pattern of thalassemia gene decline follows the laws of the recessive Mendel. Prevention is done by campaigning premarital screening to married couples or further to younger individuals so they can plan marriages wisely. High School Biology teachers are an essential factor in preventing thalassemia. They can deliver prevention programs through lessons at school. They can also be pioneers in an early self-detection carrier to teenagers before they plan a marriage. Because of its strategic role, the socialization of thalassemia in high school teachers becomes very important.