Journal of Diabetes Research / 2017 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

The Association between Monocyte Surface CD163 and Insulin Resistance in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Table 3

Multiple regression analysis of sCD163, monocyte CD163, and possible clinical factors in insulin resistance by log-transformed HOMA-R values in 166 patients with type 2 diabetes.

Model 1Model 2Model 3
βββ

Age0.0350.7750.0610.6100.0260.831
Sex (male = 1, female = 0)0.0740.5050.0710.5250.0650.558
BMI0.3080.0110.3040.0120.2770.023
HbA1c0.0630.5140.0840.3810.0640.506
Log [TG]0.0210.8380.0250.8070.0350.736
HDL-C−0.1570.120−0.1670.106−0.1740.090
Cre0.0430.7040.0260.8210.0240.835
Log [hsTNFα]0.0110.9160.0240.8250.0070.946
Log [hsCRP]0.1740.1370.1300.2050.1130.271
Soluble CD1630.1350.1430.1370.153
Monocyte CD163−0.2120.025−0.2200.020

R2 ()0.236 (0.003)0.264 (0.001)0.281 (0.001)

β: standard correlation coefficient by multiple regression analysis. R2: multiple coefficients of determination. Log: log-transformed TG, FFA, hsTNFα, or hsCRP. The abbreviations are the same as shown in Table 1.

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