Abstract Title:

Effects of resveratrol on VEGF&HIF1 genes expression in granulosa cells in the angiogenesis pathway and laboratory parameters of polycystic ovary syndrome: a triple-blind randomized clinical trial.

Abstract Source:

J Assist Reprod Genet. 2019 Jul 21. Epub 2019 Jul 21. PMID: 31327131

Abstract Author(s):

Mojdeh Bahramrezaie, Fardin Amidi, Ashraf Aleyasin, AboTaleb Saremi, Marzieh Aghahoseini, Samaneh Brenjian, Mahshad Khodarahmian, Arash Pooladi

Article Affiliation:

Mojdeh Bahramrezaie


OBJECTIVES: Management options for PCOS, as the most prevalent endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age, using natural supplements have a high priority for physicians, especially based on the etiological pathways. Therefore, this study was conducted to describe the effect of resveratrol on the angiogenesis pathway, for management of PCOS through assessing VEGF, HIF1 gene expression, and laboratory parameters.

METHODS: In this triple-blind RCT, PCOS was confirmed in ICSI candidates based on the Rotterdam criteria. Sixty-two patients that met the inclusion criteria were randomly assigned to two groups. All patients took resveratrol 800 mg/day or placebo for 40 days orally from the beginning of their previous menstruation cycle until the oocyte retrieval day. The serum levels of different hormones were measured, and the expression of HIF1&VEGF genes was quantified by real-time PCR.

RESULTS: As for the laboratory hormone assay in 61 PCOS patients, a significant mean difference was seen in the FSH, LH, TSH, and testosterone between the two groups (P < 0.05). The results showed a reduction in the expression of VEGF&HIF1 genes under the effect of resveratrol in the granulosa cells (P = 0.0001). The number of mature oocytes, cleavage rate, fertilization rate, and fertility rate were not significantly different between the two groups (P > 0.05), but the high-quality oocyte rate and high-quality embryo rate were higher in the resveratrol group (P < 0.05).

CONCLUSIONS: Based on the results, resveratrol may improve some outcomes of PCOS patients, probably through changing the serum levels of some sex hormones and expression of VEGF&HIF1 genes in the angiogenesis pathway of granulosa cells.

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