Whether interleukin (IL)-8, IL-10, and IL-18 polymorphisms influence predisposition of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) remains uncertain.
The authors conducted a meta-analysis to explore relationships between IL-8, IL-10, or IL-18 polymorphisms and predisposition of IBD by merging the results of eligible literatures.
A thorough literature search in MEDLINE, Embase, Wanfang, VIP, and CNKI was conducted by the authors to identify eligible literatures, and 33 literatures were finally selected for merged analyses.
We found that genotypic frequencies of IL-8 rs4073, IL-10 rs1800871, IL-10 rs1800872, and IL-10 rs1800896 polymorphisms among cases with IBD and population-based controls differed significantly. Moreover, we found that genotypic frequencies of IL-8 rs4073, IL-10 rs1800871, and IL-18 rs1946518 polymorphisms among cases with IBD and population-based controls of Asian origin differed significantly, whereas genotypic frequency of IL-10 rs1800896 polymorphism among cases with IBD and population-based controls of Caucasian origin also differed significantly. Furthermore, genotypic frequency of IL-18 rs187238 polymorphism among cases with Crohn’s disease (CD) and population-based controls also differed significantly.
The present meta-analysis shows that IL-8 rs4073, IL-10 rs1800871, IL-10 rs1800872, IL-10 rs1800896, and IL-18 rs1946518 polymorphisms may influence predisposition of IBD. Furthermore, IL-18 rs187238 polymorphism may influence predisposition of CD, but not predisposition of ulcerative colitis.

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