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Research Article

Does Pro12Ala Polymorphism Enhance the Physiological Role of PPAR 2?

Table 1

Included studies in the meta-analysis for obesity and respective genotype of the studied population.

StudyPopulation Metabolic 
disorder
ParticipantsNo. of cases 
(O)
No. of control 
(NO)
Genotype
Pro/ProPro/AlaAla/Ala
ONOONOONO

Ghoussaini et al., 2005 [17]FrenchObesity (children)591396195304156843980
Ghoussaini et al., 2005 [17]FrenchObesity (adults)171311026118574782311231210
González Sánchez et al., 2002 [18]SpanishObesity459145314119264255013
Oh et al., 2000 [1]KoreanObesity2291111181031088901
Ereqat et al., 2009 [19]PalestinianObesity (T2D individuals)2021218110673158
Ben Ali et al., 2009 [20]TunisianObesity6753872883482713917

Summary386922621607183713504022462114

Legend: T2D: type 2 diabetes mellitus; O: obese; NO: non-obese.

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