The presence of SNP 372 of the TIMP1 gene in women: a risk factor for sepsis? (FASE 2)

  • Torres Dueñas, Diego (Tutor de Semillero)
  • Cardozo Pacheco, Luciana (Estudiante de pregrado y/o miembro de semillero)
  • Saenz Sandoval, Estephania (Estudiante de pregrado y/o miembro de semillero)
  • Bermúdez-Mejía, César (Alumni)
  • Torres-Cordón, Melissa F. (Alumni)
  • Cardenas Angelone, Maria Eugenia (Tutor de Semillero)
  • Becerra Bayona, Silvia Milena (Tutor de Semillero)
  • Rodríguez Sarmiento, Deisy Yurley (Tutor de Semillero)
  • Serrano Gomez, Sergio Eduardo (Tutor de Semillero)
  • Vargas, Clara Inés (Asesor)
  • Galeano, Erika (Asesor)
  • Baquero, Ingrid (Asesor)
  • Schulz, Richard (Asesor)
  • Ilarraza, Ramses (Asesor)
  • Cunha, Fernando de Queiroz (Asesor)
  • Pazin-Filho, Antonio (Asesor)

Project: Semilleros de Investigación

Project Details

Description

Sepsis is a severe syndrome and a variable clinical process, produced by exogenous factors in relation to pathogenic microorganisms and endogenous factors that cause them in the host

General Objective

To establish the role of SNP rs4898 as a possible sepsis biomarker.
Short titleTIMP1
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/08/2318/11/23

UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This project contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

Research Areas UNAB

  • Genética y biología Molecular de las enfermedades complejas

Status

  • In progress