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Research Article

Lack of Association between TLR4 Genetic Polymorphisms and Diabetic Nephropathy in a Chinese Population

Table 2

Associations of TLR4 SNPs with type 2 diabetic nephropathy.

SNP Chr. position (Build 37.3) Major/minor allele Risk alleleCasesControlsOR for minor allele (95% CI) value
( )( )
Minor allele frequenciesGenotype count 11/12/22#Minor allele frequenciesGenotype count 11/12/22#

rs107599329:120465144T/CT0.310290/236/650.309392/336/831.001 (0.851–1.177)0.993
rs19279119:120470054C/TT0.435201/289/1210.427267/403/1481.030 (0.887–1.196)0.698
rs115368799:120472211A/GG0.125471/129/120.120630/169/131.047 (0.835–1.312)0.691
rs19279079:120472764G/AA0.272320/218/510.260449/294/621.064 (0.894–1.260)0.477
rs115368899:120478131G/CG0.221371/224/250.216511/275/411.031 (0.862–1.231)0.741
rs70444649:120481397T/AA0.093503/110/20.084694/127/61.113 (0.859–1.443)0.417
rs78567299:120481856G/TT0.093506/111/20.086691/131/61.084 (0.838–1.402)0.541

11, major allele homozygotes; 12, heterozygotes; 22, minor allele homozygotes.
The OR with 95% CI shown is for the minor allele.

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