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Research Article

Association between −308 G/A TNF-α Polymorphism and Appendicular Skeletal Muscle Mass Index as a Marker of Sarcopenia in Normal Weight Obese Syndrome

Table 2

Anthropometric and body composition parameters according to genotype.

ParametersCarrier (−)
. 70
Carrier (+)
. 25
Mean ± SDMean ± SD

Height (cm)161,58 ± 6,51161,02 ± 4,75
Weight (Kg)69,14 ± 16,6967,64 ± 13,01
BMI(Kg/m2)26,38 ± 5,6226,17 ± 5,29
WC (cm)78,74 ± 12,4279,10 ± 12,35
HC (cm)100,93 ± 14,81104,55 ± 10,52
W/H0,79 ± 0,110,75 ± 0,06
TBMD (g/cm²) 1,16 ± 0,091,17 ± 0,06
TBMC (g)2491,88 ± 405,412506,52 ± 261,07
PBF (%) 39,01 ± 9,5739,21 ± 8,57
TBFat (Kg)27,46 ± 11,8127,15 ± 10,13
TBLean (Kg)38,17 ± 7,0937,40 ± 4,26
ASMMI (kg/m2)6,47 ± 0,866,48 ± 0,79

Carrier (−): −308 TNF-α G/G genotype; carrier (+): −308 TNF-α A/G genotype; BMI: body mass index; WC: waist circumference; HC: hip circumference; TBMD: total bone mineral density; TBMC: total bone mineral content; PBF: percentage of total body fat mass; TBFat: total body fat mass; TBLean: total body lean mass; ASMMI: appendicular skeletal muscle mass index.

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