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Research Article

Chaperonin-Containing t-Complex Protein-1 Subunit β as a Possible Biomarker for the Phase of Glomerular Hyperfiltration of Diabetic Nephropathy

Table 1

The general characteristics of subjects with healthy, type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) with hyperfiltration and nonhyperfiltration groups.

HealthyDM with nonhyperfiltrationDM with hyperfiltration

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Sex (male/female)8/955/4316/33
Age (year)67.7 ± 12.82,360.1 ± 12.01,352.4 ± 9.31,2
eGFR 89.3 ± 20.7391.3 ± 14.53138.7 ± 12.41,2
FPG (mmo/L)5.08 ± 0.652,37.82 ± 2.361,38.66 ± 2.641,2
HgbA1c (%)7.65 ± 1.638.23 ± 2.02
Creatinine (umol/L)72.28 ± 13.71373.348 ± 14.36348.66 ± 8.011,2
CHO (mmol/L)5.26 ± 0.7124.51 ± 0.931,34.84 ± 0.972
TG (mmol/L)1.12 ± 0.8431.49 ± 0.901.85 ± 1.341
ACR (μg/mg)8.05 ± 5.5011.14 ± 7.1411.15 ± 5.71

eGFR: estimated glomerular filtrating rate; FPG: fasting plasma glucose; HgbA1c: glycated hemoglobin; CHO: total cholesterol; TG: triglyceride; ACR: ratio of urine microalbumin to creatinine; against health, against DM with nonhyperfiltration, and against hyperfiltration.

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