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Table 3 Means and confidence intervals of quantitative variables introduced in the linear regression model, studying the SNP rs5443 effect on serum soluble selectins in the STANISLAS population

From: Cardiovascular diseases-related GNB3 C825T polymorphism has a significant sex-specific effect on serum soluble E-selectin levels

Means CI (95%)
Variables Total population Males Females
sE-selectin (mg/l) 56.0 [54.0;58.0] 60.0 [57.1; 62.9] 51.8 [49.0; 54.5]
sP-selectin (mg/l) 132.5 [129.7; 135.3] 140.5 [136.4; 144.5] 124.4 [120.8; 128.0]
sL-Selectin (g/l) 1227.7 [1191.0; 1264.3] 1221.4 [1165.5; 1275.5] 1234.1 [1185.4; 1282.04]
Age (years) 29.4 [28.4; 30.4] 29.5 [28.1; 31.0] 29.3 [27.9; 30.7]
BMI (kg/m2) 22.5 [22.2; 22.8] 22.8 [22.4; 23.2] 22.2 [21.8; 22.6]
SBP (mmHg) 120.0 [119.1; 120.9] 122.4 [121.2; 123.6] 117.5 [116.3; 118.8]
  1. CI(95%): Confidence Interval at 95%
  2. Dependent variables: sE, sP, and sL-selectins (serum soluble E, P and L-selectins), Covariables: BMI, SBP, Age
  3. BMI body mass index, SBP systolic blood pressure