DANIELLE SOARES BIO

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    The association between family functioning and childhood trauma and cognition in patients with bipolar disorder type I
    (2013) BIO, D. S.; MONTEIRO, R. O.; SOEIRO-DE-SOUZA, M.; MORENO, D.; MORENO, R. A.
    Objective: Bipolar disorder (BD) is characterized by high levels of childhood trauma as well as of cognitive dysfunction. Our aim is to investigate the association between these two factors in bipolar patients and in healthy controls. Methods: A total of 35 patients with BD in euthymia, aged between 18 and 40 years old, were recruited at Hospital das Clinicas in São Paulo, Brazil. Ninety four healthy volunteers (HC) (predominantly medical students) aged between 18 and 40 years old, with no current or past history of psychiatric disorder, were recruited from the University of São Paulo. Information about early life stress was obtained using the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ). Cognitive function was assessed through a comprehensive and standardized neuropsychological test battery, including social cognition – Facial Emotional Recognized (FER). Results: In the BD group we observed: that physical abuse was significantly associated with reduced scores on verbal recall (p = 0.04) and with fewer recognized of “fear” faces (p = 0.02); sexual abuse and physical neglect were significantly associated with reduced scores on executive function scales (p = 0.02 to p = 0.04); emotional neglect was significantly associated only with reduced scores on recognized of “anger” faces; emotional abuse was significantly associated with reduced scores on attentional process (p = 0.02), verbal task from the Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI) (p = 0.01), and recognized “anger” faces; pshysical neglect was yet significantly associated with reduced scores on verbal and performance tasks and IQ from the WASI (p = 0.02 to p < 0.001), and FER scores on the Emotion Hexagon (Hx) tests and e Ekman 60 Faces (EK60) total scores. In the control HC, Emotional Neglect and Physical Neglect was significantly associated with reduced scores on verbal and performance tasks and IQ from the WASI (p = 0.02 to p < 0.001), working memory (p = 0.01) and executive function (p = 0.01to p = 0.007); Emotional Neglect and Sexual Abuse was significantly associated with reduced scores on verbal fluency; and significantly reduced scores on FER was observed in emotional abuse (p = 0.03), Physical Neglect (p = 0.04 to p = 0.008) and Sexual Abuse (p = 0.04). Discussion: Our results indicate that childhood trauma is associated with a reduction in cognitive function across cognitive domains in patients with BD and HC, in particular social cognition, working memory and executive function as well as general cognition.
  • article 11 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Epistasis between COMT Val(158)Met and DRD3 Ser(9)Gly polymorphisms and cognitive function in schizophrenia: genetic influence on dopamine transmission
    (2015) LOCH, Alexandre A.; BILT, Martinus T. van de; BIO, Danielle S.; PRADO, Carolina M. do; SOUSA, Rafael T. de; VALIENGO, Leandro L.; MORENO, Ricardo A.; ZANETTI, Marcus V.; GATTAZ, Wagner F.
    Objective: To assess the relationship between cognitive function, a proposed schizophrenia endophenotype, and two genetic polymorphisms related to dopamine function, catechol-O-methyl transferase (COMT) Val(158)Met and dopamine receptor 3 (DRD3) Ser(9)Gly. Methods: Fifty-eight outpatients with schizophrenia/schizoaffective disorder and 88 healthy controls underwent neurocognitive testing and genotyping. Analyses of covariance (ANCOVAs) using age, sex, and years of education as covariates compared cognitive performance for the proposed genotypes in patients and controls. ANCOVAs also tested for the epistatic effect of COMT and DRD3 genotype combinations on cognitive performance. Results: For executive functioning, COMT Val/Val patients performed in a similar range as controls (30.70-33.26 vs. 35.53-35.67), but as COMT Met allele frequency increased, executive functioning worsened. COMT Met/Met patients carrying the DRD3 Ser/Ser genotype performed poorest (16.184 vs. 27.388-31.824). Scores of carriers of this COMT/DRD3 combination significantly differed from all DRD3 Gly/Gly combinations (p < 0.05), from COMT Val/Met DRD3 Ser/Gly (p = 0.02), and from COMT Val/Val DRD3 Ser/Ser (p = 0.01) in patients. It also differed significantly from all control scores (p < 0.001). Conclusion: Combined genetic polymorphisms related to dopamine neurotransmission might influence executive function in schizophrenia. Looking at the effects of multiple genes on a single disease trait (epistasis) provides a comprehensive and more reliable way to determine genetic effects on endophenotypes.
  • article 5 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    The ARIQUELI study: potentiation of quetiapine in bipolar I nonresponders with lithium versus aripiprazole
    (2013) MISSIO, Giovani; MORENO, Doris Hupfeld; FERNANDES, Fernando; BIO, Danielle Soares; SOEIRO-DE-SOUZA, Marcio Gehardt; SANTOS JR., Domingos Rodrigues dos; DAVID, Denise Petresco; COSTA, Luis Felipe; DEMETRIO, Frederico Navas; MORENO, Ricardo Alberto
    Background: The treatment of bipolar disorder (BD) remains a challenge due to the complexity of the disease. Current guidelines represent an effort to assist clinicians in routine practice but have several limitations, particularly concerning long-term treatment. The ARIQUELI (efficacy and tolerability of the combination of lithium or aripiprazole in young bipolar non or partial responders to quetiapine monotherapy) study aims to evaluate two different augmentation strategies for quetiapine nonresponders or partial responders in acute and maintenance phases of BD treatment. Methods/Design: The ARIQUELI study is a single-site, parallel-group, randomized, outcome assessor-blinded trial. BD I patients according to the DSM-IV-TR, in depressive, manic/hypomanic or mixed episode, aged 18 to 40 years, are eligible. After diagnostic assessments, patients initiated treatment in phase I with quetiapine. Nonresponders or partial responders after 8 weeks are allocated into one of two groups, potentiated with either lithium (0.5 to 0.8 mEq/l) or aripiprazole (10 or 15 mg). Patients will be followed up for 8 weeks in phase I (acute treatment), 6 months in phase II (continuation treatment) and 12 months in phase III (maintenance treatment). Outcome assessors are blinded to the treatment. The primary outcome is the evaluation of changes in mean scores on the CGI-BP-M between baseline and the endpoint at the end of each study phase. Discussion: The ARIQUELI study is currently in progress, with patients undergoing acute treatment (phase I), potentiation (phase II) and maintenance (phase III). The study will be extended until January 2015. Trials comparing lithium and aripiprazole with potentiate treatment in young BD I nonresponders to quetiapine in monotherapy can provide relevant information on the safety of these drugs in clinical practice. Long-term treatment is an issue of great importance and should be evaluated further through more in-depth studies given that BD is a chronic disease.
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    Influence of childhood trauma on personality development in bipolar patients and healthy controls
    (2013) MONTEIRO, R.; BIO, D. Soares; SOEIRO-DE-SOUZA, M.; MISSIO, G.; MORENO, D.; MORENO, R. A.
    Objective: Bipolar disorder (BD) is characterized by high levels of childhood trauma and they can be detrimental in relation to the formation of personality. The aim of this study is to investigate the association between childhood trauma and BD personality compared to healthy controls (HC). Methods: A total of 27 euthimic BD patients, aged between 18 and 40 years old, were recruited at Hospital das Clinicas in São Paulo, Brazil. Twenty HC (predominantly medical students) aged between 18 and 35 years old, with no current or past history of psychiatric disorder, were recruited from the University of São Paulo. Information about early life stress was obtained using the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ). Personality Formation was assessed through NEO-PI-R personality test – based on the Big Five personality traits: Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness to Experience. Results: In the BD group the main significant associations were: physical abuse with concientiousness (p = 0.03); emotional neglect with agreeableness (p =0.03) and emotional abuse with conscientiousness (p = 0.04). There were no significant differences in HC group. Comparing BD and HC physical abuse was associated with concientiousness (p = 0.03) and emotion Neglecent was associated with agreeableness (p = 0.03). Discussion: Our results indicate that childhood trauma can be associated with personality traits in BD patients but not in HC, mainly regarding concientiousness and emotional neglect.
  • article 477 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Neuropsychological testing of cognitive impairment in euthymic bipolar disorder: an individual patient data meta-analysis
    (2013) BOURNE, C.; AYDEMIR, O.; BALANZA-MARTINEZ, V.; BORA, E.; BRISSOS, S.; CAVANAGH, J. T. O.; CLARK, L.; CUBUKCUOGLU, Z.; DIAS, V. V.; DITTMANN, S.; FERRIER, I. N.; FLECK, D. E.; FRANGOU, S.; GALLAGHER, P.; JONES, L.; KIESEPPA, T.; MARTINEZ-ARAN, A.; MELLE, I.; MOORE, P. B.; MUR, M.; PFENNIG, A.; RAUST, A.; SENTURK, V.; SIMONSEN, C.; SMITH, D. J.; BIO, D. S.; SOEIRO-DE-SOUZA, M. G.; STODDART, S. D. R.; SUNDET, K.; SZOKE, A.; THOMPSON, J. M.; TORRENT, C.; ZALLA, T.; CRADDOCK, N.; ANDREASSEN, O. A.; LEBOYER, M.; VIETA, E.; BAUER, M.; WORHUNSKY, P. D.; TZAGARAKIS, C.; ROGERS, R. D.; GEDDES, J. R.; GOODWIN, G. M.
    Objective: An association between bipolar disorder and cognitive impairment has repeatedly been described, even for euthymic patients. Findings are inconsistent both across primary studies and previous meta-analyses. This study reanalysed 31 primary data sets as a single large sample (N = 2876) to provide a more definitive view. Method: Individual patient and control data were obtained from original authors for 11 measures from four common neuropsychological tests: California or Rey Verbal Learning Task (VLT), Trail Making Test (TMT), Digit Span and/or Wisconsin Card Sorting Task. Results: Impairments were found for all 11 test-measures in the bipolar group after controlling for age, IQ and gender (Ps <= 0.001, E.S. = 0.26-0.63). Residual mood symptoms confound this result but cannot account for the effect sizes found. Impairments also seem unrelated to drug treatment. Some test-measures were weakly correlated with illness severity measures suggesting that some impairments may track illness progression. Conclusion: This reanalysis supports VLT, Digit Span and TMT as robust measures of cognitive impairments in bipolar disorder patients. The heterogeneity of some test results explains previous differences in meta-analyses. Better controlling for confounds suggests deficits may be smaller than previously reported but should be tracked longitudinally across illness progression and treatment.
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    Genetic Polymorphisms Related to Dopamine, Serotonine and BDNF Might be Specific to Particular Symptom Dimensions in Schizophrenia
    (2012) LOCH, Alexandre A.; BIO, Danielle S.; BILT, Martinus T. van de; PRADO, Carolina M.; ZANETTI, Marcus V.; GATTAZ, Wagner F.
    Background: Schizophrenia is held to be result of multiple small-effect genes and their interplay with environment. Several of these genes have been discovered, but their exact role in the disease is unclear. The objective of this study is to assess relationship between genetic polymorphisms and specific symptom dimensions in schizophrenia. Methods: Fifty-three outpatients with schizophrenia from the Institute of Psychiatry, Sao Paulo,Brazil, were selected. Psychopathology was evaluated through SCID-I, PANSS and neuropsychological assessment. Genotyping was performed by real-time PCR allelic discrimination. Polymorphisms HTR2A-T102C,-rs6314 and -rs1928042, HTR2C-rs6318 and -rs3813929, DRD3-rs6280, BDNF-rs6265 and COMT-rs4680 were analyzed. Associations between genetic polymorphisms and psychopathology were measured. Factor analysis was performed between psychopathological measures yielding symptom dimensions. Generalized linear models were conducted between these dimensions and positively related genetic polymorphisms; models were repeated including cofactor “refractoriness”. Results: HTR2C(rs6318) genotype CC(ser/ser) and DRD3 genotype CC(gly/gly) were related to worst cognition(p=0.01-0.03). DRD3 genotype TT(ser/ser) was associated with negative symptoms(p=0.04-0.05). BDNF genotype GA(val/met) and COMT genotype GG(val/val) were associated with positive symptoms(p=0.00-0.04). Factor analysis yielded 7 symptom dimensions: cognition was related to DRD3 and HTR2C-rs6318 (B=1.01,p=0.00;B=-0.92,p=0.04,respectively). Disorganization-catatonia was related to BDNF and HTR2C-rs6318 (B=-0.62,p=0.05;B=1.01,p=0.03,respectively). Paranoid-influence delusions were related to DRD3, HTR2C-rs6318 and HTR2A-rs1928042 (B=-1.03,p=0.00;B=-1.31,p=0.00;B=-1.04,p=0.04,respectively). Other delusions/hallucinations were related to DRD3, HTR2C-rs3813929 and BDNF (B=-1.1,p=0.01;B=-1.00,p=0.03;B=0.80,p=0.01,respectively). Negative symptoms were related to refractoriness (B=1.10,p=0.00). Dimensions hallucinations/bizarre delusion and tactile hallucinations did not correlate with any predictor. Conclusions: Our study proposes that genetic polymorphisms might be specific in determining certain symptom dimensions in schizophrenia, suggesting differential underlying physiopathological mechanisms for them.
  • article 2 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Altered brain creatine cycle metabolites in bipolar I disorder with childhood abuse: A H-1 magnetic resonance spectroscopy study
    (2021) BIO, Danielle Soares; MORENO, Ricardo Alberto; GARCIA-OTADUY, Maria Concepcion; NERY, Fabiano; LAFER, Beny; SOEIRO-DE-SOUZA, Marcio Gerhardt
    Background: Childhood abuse (CA) is a risk factor for a number of psychiatric disorders and has been associated with higher risk of developing bipolar disorders (BD). CA in BD has been associated with more severe clinical outcomes, but the neurobiological explanation for this is unknown. Few studies have explored in vivo measurement of brain metabolites using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H-MRS) in CA and no studies have investigated the association of CA severity with brain neurometabolites in BD. Objective: To investigate whether CA severity is associated with changes in anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) neurometabolite profile in BD and HC subjects. Methods: Fifty-nine BD I euthymic patients and fifty-nine HC subjects were assessed using the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ) and underwent a 3-Tesla 1H-MRS scan. Severity of childhood abuse (physical, sexual and emotional) and its association with levels of brain metabolites was analyzed within each group. Results: BD patients had higher total scores on the CTQ and higher severity rates of sexual and physical abuse compared to HC subjects. Greater severity of physical and sexual abuse was associated with increased ACC PCr level and lower Cr/PCr ratio in the BD group only. Conclusion: Sexual and physical abuse in BD patients, but not in HC subjects, appeared to be associated with creatine metabolism in the ACC, which can influence neuronal mitochondrial energy production. Further studies should investigate whether this is the mechanism underlying the association between CA and worse clinical outcomes in BD.
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    Association of the COMT Met(158) allele with trait impulsivity in healthy young adults
    (2013) SOEIRO-DE-SOUZA, Marcio Gerhardt; STANFORD, Matthew S.; BIO, Danielle Soares; MACHADO-VIEIRA, Rodrigo; MORENO, Ricardo Alberto
    Dopamine (DA) is considered to be an important neurotransmitter in the control of impulsive behavior, however, its underlying mechanisms have not been fully elucidated. Catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) is a key enzyme in the catabolism of DA within the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and has been suggested to play a role in the mediation of impulsive behavior. The COMT single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) rs4680 (Val(158)Met) Met allele has been shown to decrease COMT enzyme activity and is associated with improved PFC cognitive function (intelligence and executive functions). Studies have associated the rs4680 genotype with impulsivity as a symptom in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and substance abuse. However, only a few studies have assessed the effects of rs4680 on impulsiveness in healthy subjects, the results of which remain controversial. The Barratt Impulsiveness Scale (BIS-11) was applied to 82 healthy volunteers (including 42 females) who were genotyped for COMT rs4680. Subjects carrying the Met/Met genotype scored higher for the BIS-11 second-order factor Non-planning than carriers of the Val/Val genotype. No interaction between gender*genotype was detected. Age, gender and education had no effect on the results. The COMT rs4680 Met/Met genotype was associated with higher impulsivity on the BIS-11 second-order factor Non-planning. These results suggest that COMT enzyme activity may be important in the regulation of impulsiveness among young adults. Further studies involving larger samples should be conducted to confirm the results of the present study.
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    Perception of stigma among patients with humor disorders
    (2015) SANTOS, L.; ANTUNES, G.; CARNEIRO, A.; BIO, D.; MORENO, R.
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    Negative familiar environment and child trauma can be associated with bipolar disorder
    (2015) MORENO, R.; MONTEIRO, R. Orselli; BIO, D. Soares; SOERIO-DE-SOUZA, M.; MISSIO, G.; OSORIO, A.; ANTUNES, G.