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Volume 86, 2020ICORE 2019 – The International Conference on Rural Development and Entrepreneurship
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|Published online||20 November 2020|
Maternal Serum Matrix Metalloproteinase 14 (MMP14) in Early Onset Preeclampsia and Normal Pregnancy
Medical Faculty, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia
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Matrix Metalloproteinases 14 presumably play for cytotrophoblast migration and invasion of the uterine wall and in the remodeling of the spiral arteries in pregnancy. Inadequate trophoblastic invasion leads to an inappropriate vascular remodeling, which generates conditions of hypoxia and increased oxidative stress in the placenta early onset preeclampsia. Therefore, it is particularly important to investigating whether MMP14 altered and can be used as biomarker of preeclampsia. There have been no studies done to measure MMP14 in serum maternal between early onset preeclampsia and normal pregnancy The purpose of this study was to analyse whether maternal serum matrix metalloproteinases 14 levels differ in early onset preeclampsia and uncomplicated pregnancies. This crosssectional study was carried out in 20 subjects with early onset preeclampsia and 20 subjects of normotensive pregnant women range 24 up to 34 weeks of gestation. The study was conducted in Margono Hospital Purwokerto, Indonesia. Level of MMP 14 was measured in maternal serum using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). The mean difference was statically analysed by independent samples T-test and ROC curve to determine sensitivity and specificity of MMP 14.Women age, gestational age, parity and body mass index showed a non significant difference between both groups. In this study level MMP 14 in serum was higher in pregnant women with preeclampsia compared to the normotensive ( 266.41 vs 46.80 pg/dl ; p<0.00). Moreover, the area under curve of serum MMP 14 was 0.936, standard error 0.043, p<0.00. The optimal cut-off value of serum MMP at 110.73 pg/dl showed a high diagnostic value in preeclampsia with a sensitivity of 90 % and a specificity of 90%. Maternal serum MMP 14 was higher in preeclampsia and the important finding is the MMP 14 probably become a marker to predict early onset preeclampsia.
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