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Research Article

Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphisms and Autoimmune Thyroiditis: Are They Associated with Disease Occurrence and Its Features?

Table 4

Linkage disequilibrium between VDR gene polymorphisms.

Locus 1Locus 2D’ (CI)LODr2

rs731236 (TaqI)rs7975232 (ApaI)1.0 (0.94-1.0)32.850.73
rs731236 (TaqI)rs1544410 (BsmI)0.95 (0.89-0.98)42.130.90
rs731236 (TaqI)rs2228570 (FokI)0.05 (0.0-0.26)0.050.00
rs731236 (TaqI)rs11568820 (Cdx2)0.50 (0.18-0.73)1.510.05
rs7975232 (ApaI)rs1544410 (BsmI)0.98 (0.9-1.0)30.170.70
rs7975232 (ApaI)rs2228570 (FokI)0.06 (0.0-0.24)0.080.00
rs7975232 (ApaI)rs11568820 (Cdx2)0.59 (0.21-0.8)1.590.05
rs1544410 (BsmI)rs2228570 (FokI)0.06 (0.0-0.26)0.060.00
rs1544410 (BsmI)rs11568820 (Cdx2)0.44 (0.14-0.68)1.290.04
rs2228570 (FokI)rs11568820 (Cdx2)0.12 (0.01-0.52)0.050.00

D’, value of D prime between the loci; LOD, likelihood odds ratio;
r2, correlation coefficient between two loci; CI, confidence interval.

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