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ArtikelChange in FK506 Binding Protein 5 (FKBP5) Methylation Over Time Among Preschoolers With Adversity  
Oleh: Parade, Stephanie H. ; PARENT, JUSTIN ; Rabemananjara, Kantoniony ; Seifer, Ronald
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Development and Psychopathology vol. 29 no. 5 (Dec. 2017), page 1627-1634.
Isi artikelFK506 binding protein 5 (FKBP5) alters stress response system functioning, and childhood maltreatment is associated with methylation of the FKBP5 gene. Yet it is unknown if maltreatment contributes to change in FKBP5 methylation over time. The current study draws upon a sample of 231 preschoolers, including 123 with child welfare documentation of moderate to severe maltreatment in the past 6 months, to understand if maltreatment contributes to change in FKBP5 methylation over a 6-month period. Review of child protection records and semistructured interviews in the home were used to assess maltreatment and exposure to other contextual stressors, as well as service utilization. Methylation of FKBP5 at two CpG sites in intron 7 was measured from saliva DNA at the time of initial study enrollment, and 6 months following enrollment. Child maltreatment was associated with change in FKBP5 methylation over time, but only when children were exposed to high levels of other contextual stressors. Service utilization was associated with increases in methylation over time, but only among children with the FKPB5 rs1360780 protective CC genotype. Methylation of FKBP5 is sensitive to stress exposure and may be a mechanism linking early adversity to long-term health and developmental outcomes.
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