G6PD, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, 2539

N. diseases: 410; N. variants: 66
Source: ALL
Disease Score gda Association Type Type Original DB Sentence supporting the association PMID PMID Year
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report to document G6PD-Mahidol and G6PD-Acores variants from malaria-endemic regions of northeast India, and provided molecular insights on the varied genetic makeup of the studied population. 31678235 2020
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE Prevalence of G6PD Viangchan variant in malaria endemic areas in Lao PDR: an implication for malaria elimination by 2030. 30866940 2019
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Safety, tolerability, CYP2D6 and G6PD variant data from this study support the deployment of the WHO-recommended SLD primaquine without G6PD testing to advance malaria elimination in South African districts with low-intensity residual transmission. 31234865 2019
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE Among a subset of 202 febrile patients who were diagnosed with malaria, 11 (5.45%) were G6PD-deficient. 31590661 2019
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE The lack of evidence for selection across the malaria eradication time may be explained by other factors, including somatic cell selection or misclassification of heterozygotes women as G6PD normal in the older birth cohorts. 28985689 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE The presence of the A- variant alongside other G6PD mutants and the patchy distribution of G6PDd indicate that larger studies specifically designed to unravel the distribution of G6PDd at small geographical scale may be needed to tailor malaria elimination efforts in Ethiopia to the local context. 30071859 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE Six different types of G6PD allelic variants were identified in 50 (7 females and 43 males) malaria patients. 29548282 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE The only licensed drug that kills hypnozoites is primaquine, which attacks the hypnozoite reservoir but imposes serious obstacles in doing so-at hypnozoitocidal doses, it invariably causes a threatening acute haemolytic anaemia in patients having an inborn deficiency in glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD), affecting about 8% of people living in malaria endemic nations. 29357870 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is commonly seen in malaria endemic areas as it is known to confer a selective advantage against malaria. 29778768 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE The MST intervention involved community-wide expert malaria microscopic screening and standard therapy with dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine and primaquine for glucose-6 phosphate dehydrogenase-normal subjects. 29579195 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE A total of 124 children aged 5-9 years from each tribe living in an area of hyper-endemic P. falciparum unstable malaria transmission were recruited and genotyped for the haemoglobin (Hb) genes, (G6PD) and (ABO) blood groups. 29486174 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE CDC recommended further treatment for malaria with primaquine after arrival, after glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase testing, to target liver-stage parasites. 30543602 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE In the present study, mutations in the <i>G6PD</i> gene are identified in a sample of patients with malaria in Jimma town in southwest Ethiopia. 29141760 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is the most common enzymopathy in the human population affecting an estimated 8% of the world population, especially those living in areas of past and present malaria endemicity. 29738562 2018
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Indeed it is known that sickle-cell trait, beta-thalassemia trait, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD)- deficiency and iron deficiency confer some protection against a severe course of malaria. 27855617 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE Frequency of G6PD Mediterranean in individuals with and without malaria in Southern Pakistan. 29065882 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) represents a common human enzyme defect, particularly prevalent in the Mediterranean, African e Asian area, where malaria was or is still endemic. 28894556 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) enzyme deficiency is known to offer protection against malaria and an increased selection of mutant genes in malaria endemic regions is expected. 28152025 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE Prevalence of polymorphisms in glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, sickle haemoglobin and nitric oxide synthase genes and their relationship with incidence of uncomplicated malaria in Iganga, Uganda. 28793894 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Antimalarial drug prescriptions must, therefore take into account the patient's G-6-PD status in malaria endemic areas such as Burkina Faso, where the prevalence of this genetic abnormality is relatively high. 29169341 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency overlaps with malaria endemicity although it predisposes carriers to hemolysis. 28382932 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is believed to confer protection against <i>Plasmodium falciparum</i> malaria, but the precise nature of the protective effecthas proved difficult to define as G6PD deficiency has multiple allelic variants with different effects in males and females, and it has heterogeneous effects on the clinical outcome of <i>P. falciparum</i> infection. 28067620 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE One barrier to malaria elimination is the ability to safely administer primaquine chemotherapy for the radical cure of malaria infections in populations with a high prevalence of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency. 28820691 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 Biomarker disease BEFREE Some of these challenges underscore the need to implement appropriate tools and procedures in specific regions, such as a field-compatible molecular malaria test, a P. malariae-specific test, malaria diagnosis and appropriate treatment as part of regular antenatal care visits, G6PD test before primaquine administration for P. vivax cases (with weekly primaquine regimen for G6PD deficient individuals), single low dose of primaquine for P. falciparum malaria in Colombia, and national and regional efforts to contain malaria spread in Venezuela urgently needed especially in mining areas. 28676055 2017
CUI: C0024530
Disease: Malaria
Malaria
0.400 GeneticVariation disease BEFREE We screened >40,000 patients with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency and found that the G6PD Kaiping allele was under the most positive selection for fighting against malaria in the Chinese population.However, the mechanism is unknown. 28214533 2017