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Research Article

Lack of Association between CLEC5A Gene Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms and Kawasaki Disease in Taiwanese Children

Table 2

Genotype and allele frequencies of the CLEC5A gene in controls and patients with Kawasaki disease.

GenotypeCase (%) ( 𝑛 = 3 8 1 )Control (%) ( 𝑛 = 6 6 4 )AlleleCase (%) ( 𝑛 = 3 8 1 )Control (%) ( 𝑛 = 6 6 4 )Genotype P valueDominant P valueRecessive P valueAllelic P value

rs1285968GG70 (18.5) 141 (21.5)G325 (42.9)596 (45.4)0.4840.4880.2450.261
AG185 (48.8)314 (47.9)A433 (57.1)716 (54.6)
AA124 (32.7)201 (30.6)
rs11770855GG88 (23.5)147 (22.5)G366 (48.9)623 (47.8)0.8770.6430.7180.615
AG190 (50.8)329 (50.5)A382 (51.1)681 (52.2)
AA96 (25.7)176 (27.0)
rs1285935AA29 (7.6)51 (7.8)A208 (27.4)341 (26.1)0.6400.3900.9230.519
GA150 (39.5)239 (36.5)G552 (72.6)967 (73.9)
GG201 (52.9)364 (55.7)
rs1285933TT9 (2.4)30 (4.6)T136 (18.0)263 (20.2)0.1940.4880.0720.228
CT118 (31.2)203 (31.1)C620 (82.0)1041 (79.8)
CC251 (66.4)419 (64.3)

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