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Abstract - Matrix metalloproteinases genes polymorphism in the development of new cardiovascular events
Dana Taizhanova, Akerke Kalimbetova, Ainur Akilzhanova


The review article presents a study of the literature on the relationship of gene polymorphism of matrix metalloproteinases (MMP 2 (−1575 G>A), MMP3 (−1171 5A/6A), MMP 9 (−1562 C/T) with the risk of developing new cardiovascular events after percutaneous coronary intervention. To achieve this goal, a systematic search and subsequent analysis of publications and online resources was carried out. All publications are indexed in Scopus, Web of Knowledge and e-library.

Key words: coronary heart disease, percutaneous coronary intervention, (MMP 2 (−1575 G>A), MMP3 (−1171 5A/6A), MMP 9 (−1562 C/T), new cardiovascular events, stenting

Corresponding author: Akerke Kalimbetova, Master of Medicine, PhD doctoral student, Karaganda Medical University, Karaganda, 40 Gogol Street, Republic of Kazakhstan. Tel.: +77089261714. E-mail:



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