Journal of Diabetes Research / 2009 / Article / Tab 4

Clinical Study

A Variation in the Cerebroside Sulfotransferase Gene Is Linked to Exercise-Modified Insulin Resistance and to Type 2 Diabetes

Table 4

Biomedical data from patients and controls displayed according to genotype at SNPs rs2267161. The serum sulfatide and insulin levels are in log units.

Genotype C/CGenotype C/TGenotype T/T
ControlsType 2ControlsType 2ControlsType 2

Malen666052671812
meanSDmeanSDmeanSDmeanSDmeanSDmeanSD
Age58.510.463.97.957.79.665.86.856.210.266.96.1
BMI26.32.828.34.126.63.1284.326.12.2285.7
Sulfatid2.20.71.90.82.20.81.90.82.00.82.00.8
Serum insulin0.70.30.90.40.70.41.00.60.60.41.00.2
Fasting blood glucose (mmol/L)4.60.58.42.34.70.58.42.64.70.48.92.2

Femalen714768651614
meanSDmeanSDmeanSDmeanSDmeanSDmeanSD
Age58.99.765.38.157.71064.18.761.110.968.35.4
BMI275.629.25.426.54.529.94.726.34.7314.7
Sulfatid2.30.72.20.82.30.71.90.82.10.720.8
Serum insulin0.60.51.00.30.70.31.10.40.80.40.90.3
Fasting blood glucose (mmol/L)4.70.47.92.04.70.58.12.74.80.59.94.0

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