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Table 2 Characteristics of individual studies included in the meta-analysis of EL 584C/T polymorphism and HDL-C level

From: The associations between endothelial lipase 584C/T polymorphism and HDL-C level and coronary heart disease susceptibility: a meta-analysis

Author Year Country Ethnicity Type of study MAF (%) CC CT + TT
  n Mean SD n Mean SD
Cai[15] 2012 China Asian C-C 22.63 363 1.16 0.30 260 1.16 0.33
Zhu[17] 2007 China Asian C-C 11.64 336 1.15 0.35 102 1.28 0.36
Liua[20] 2010 China Asian Cohort 27.36 325 1.58 0.40 320 1.67 0.45
Liub[20] 2010 China Asian Cohort 32.05 264 1.85 0.48 374 1.89 0.50
Shimizu[13] 2007 Japan Asian C-C 21.96 124 1.22 0.04 90 1.23 0.04
Halverstadt[21] 2003 American Caucasian Cohort 25.90 44 1.17 0.05 39 1.22 0.05
Vergeer[16] 2010 European Caucasian nested C-C 35.58 1605 1.31 0.39 1573 1.36 0.39
Tang[12] 2008 China Asian C-C 45.19 299 1.01 0.04 231 1.12 0.06
Ma[33] 2003 American Caucasian Cohort 29.17 180 1.11 0.27 192 1.16 0.31
Hutter[19] 2006 Japan Asian Cohort 23.84 311 1.37 0.36 230 1.40 0.35
Yamakawa-Kobayashi[18] 2003 Japan Asian Cohort 24.12 198 1.40 0.27 142 1.40 0.28
  1. MAF: minor allele frequency; HDL-C: HDL cholesterol; Liu aBai Ku Yao; Liu bChinese; C-C: case–control.