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Effect of the FSH receptor single nucleotide polymorphisms (FSHR 307/680) on the follicular fluid hormone profile and the granulosa cell gene expression in human small antral follicles.

Borgbo, T; Jeppesen, J V; Lindgren, Ida LU ; Giwercman, Yvonne LU ; Hansen, L L and Yding Andersen, C (2015) In Molecular Human Reproduction 21(3). p.255-261
Abstract
The most pronounced effects of FSH signaling are potentially displayed in follicle fluid (FF), which acts as a reservoir for FSH induced granulosa cell (GC) secreted hormones. This study investigates the effects of two common polymorphisms of FSHR, FSHR 307 (rs6165) and FSHR 680 (rs6166), by evaluating the hormone and gene expression profiles of human small antral follicles collected under physiological conditions in connection with fertility preservation. In total 69 women at various time during the menstrual cycle was included in this study. The intrafollicular hormone content of 179 FF and the gene expression levels of 85 GC samples were correlated to the genotype of both FSHR polymorphisms. The following parameters were evaluated:... (More)
The most pronounced effects of FSH signaling are potentially displayed in follicle fluid (FF), which acts as a reservoir for FSH induced granulosa cell (GC) secreted hormones. This study investigates the effects of two common polymorphisms of FSHR, FSHR 307 (rs6165) and FSHR 680 (rs6166), by evaluating the hormone and gene expression profiles of human small antral follicles collected under physiological conditions in connection with fertility preservation. In total 69 women at various time during the menstrual cycle was included in this study. The intrafollicular hormone content of 179 FF and the gene expression levels of 85 GC samples were correlated to the genotype of both FSHR polymorphisms. The following parameters were evaluated: follicle diameter, levels of Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), progesterone, oestradiol, testosterone and androstenedione, and gene expression levels of FSHR, luteinizing hormone receptor (LHR), androgen receptor (AR), aromatase cytochrome p450 (CYP19A1,) AMH and AMH receptor II (AMHR2). There was 100 % concordance between the FSHR 307 and the FSHR 680 genotypes: A/A (p.307Thr/Thr and p.680Asn/Asn), A/G (p.307Thr/Ala and p.680Asn/Ser), and G/G (p.307Ala/Ala and p.680Ser/Ser). Considering all follicles, compared to the other genotypes the G/G genotype was associated with significantly elevated gene expression levels for LHR, while AMHR2 gene expression levels were significantly reduced. In follicles 3-6 mm in diameter LHR gene expression was significantly increased, whereas AMH gene expression was significantly reduced for the G/G genotype. In follicles>6 mm, oestradiol and CYP19A1 gene expression levels were significantly higher for the G/G genotype. In conclusion, significant changes were observed between the FSHR 307/680 polymorphisms in human small antral follicles collected under physiological FSH conditions. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The most pronounced effects of FSH signaling are potentially displayed in follicle fluid (FF), which acts as a reservoir for FSH induced granulosa cell (GC) secreted hormones. This study investigates the effects of two common polymorphisms of FSHR, FSHR 307 (rs6165) and FSHR 680 (rs6166), by evaluating the hormone and gene expression profiles of human small antral follicles collected under physiological conditions in connection with fertility preservation. In total 69 women at various time during the menstrual cycle was included in this study. The intrafollicular hormone content of 179 FF and the gene expression levels of 85 GC samples were correlated to the genotype of both FSHR polymorphisms. The following parameters were evaluated: follicle diameter, levels of Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), progesterone, oestradiol, testosterone and androstenedione, and gene expression levels of FSHR, luteinizing hormone receptor (LHR), androgen receptor (AR), aromatase cytochrome p450 (CYP19A1,) AMH and AMH receptor II (AMHR2). There was 100 % concordance between the FSHR 307 and the FSHR 680 genotypes: A/A (p.307Thr/Thr and p.680Asn/Asn), A/G (p.307Thr/Ala and p.680Asn/Ser), and G/G (p.307Ala/Ala and p.680Ser/Ser). Considering all follicles, compared to the other genotypes the G/G genotype was associated with significantly elevated gene expression levels for LHR, while AMHR2 gene expression levels were significantly reduced. In follicles 3-6 mm in diameter LHR gene expression was significantly increased, whereas AMH gene expression was significantly reduced for the G/G genotype. In follicles>6 mm, oestradiol and CYP19A1 gene expression levels were significantly higher for the G/G genotype. In conclusion, significant changes were observed between the FSHR 307/680 polymorphisms in human small antral follicles collected under physiological FSH conditions.},
  author       = {Borgbo, T and Jeppesen, J V and Lindgren, Ida and Giwercman, Yvonne and Hansen, L L and Yding Andersen, C},
  issn         = {1460-2407},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {255--261},
  publisher    = {Oxford University Press},
  series       = {Molecular Human Reproduction},
  title        = {Effect of the FSH receptor single nucleotide polymorphisms (FSHR 307/680) on the follicular fluid hormone profile and the granulosa cell gene expression in human small antral follicles.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molehr/gau106},
  volume       = {21},
  year         = {2015},
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