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Table 5 Hazard ratios for the significant association between ADIPOR2 SNPs and the development of T2DM during follow-up of median 7 years

From: Association of ADIPOR2 gene variants with cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes risk in individuals with impaired glucose tolerance: the Finnish Diabetes Prevention Study

   HR (95% CI), p/qa HR (95% CI), p/qb
rs11061946 CC (428) 1 1
  CT (49) 0.706 (0.412- 1.211), 0.206/0.517 0.872 (0.536- 1.417), 0.579/0.596
  TT (5) 5.538 (2.014- 15.226), 0.001/0.369  
rs11061973 GG (401) 1 1
  GA (76) 0.951 (0.636- 1.423), 0.808/0.657 1.061 (0.724- 1.557), 0.761/0.657
  AA (5) 5.683 (2.066- 15.636), 0.001/0.369  
  1. All analyses were adjusted for CVD at baseline, age, sex, baseline waist circumference, baseline total to HDL cholesterol ratio, smoking status, systolic blood pressure and study group; Correction for multiple hypothesis testing in single SNP analyses was performed by using FDR, denoted as q-value; aAdditive inheritance model for single SNP analyses; bDominant inheritance model for single SNP analyses.