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Table 4 Gender interaction between hsCRP and various subject characteristics

From: Association between fasting plasma glucose and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein: gender differences in a Japanese community-dwelling population

  N = 1,919
Characteristics F(P-value)
Gender (men = 0, Women = 1) 4.573 (0.033)
Age (years) 68.24 (<0.001)
Body mass index (kg/m2) 59.82 (<0.001)
Smoking status 1.925 (0.165)
Systolic blood pressure (mmHg) 4.839 (0.028)
Triglycerides (mg/dL) 1.452 (0.228)
HDL cholesterol (mg/dL) 12.82 (<0.001)
Serum uric acid (mg/dL) 38.38 (<0.001)
Fasting plasma glucose (mg/dL) 13.30 (<0.001)
Immuno-reactive insulin (μ U/mL) 1.491 (0.222)
HMW adiponectin (μ g/mL) 10.27 (0.001)
Gender *Smoking status 0.751 (0.386)
Gender *Systolic blood pressure 0.050 (0.823)
Gender *Triglycerides 0.845 (0.358)
Gender *Immuno-reactive insulin 0.056 (0.814)
Gender *Fasting plasma glucose 5.547 (0.019)
Gender *HMW adiponectin 1.709 (0.191)
  1. hsCRP, high sensitivity C-reactive protein; HMW, high molecular weight. Data for hsCRP, triglycerides, fasting plasma glucose, immuno-reactive insulin, and HMW adiponectin were skewed and log-transformed for analysis.