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Table 2 Multivariate linear regression for effects of Hcy on lipid profiles

From: Relationship between plasma homocysteine level and lipid profiles in a community-based Chinese population

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
β (SE) P β (SE) P β (SE) P
LnTG (mmol/L)
 LnHcy 0.102 (0.020) <0.001 0.077 (0.022) <0.001 0.075 (0.021) 0.001
 Hcy < 15 μmol/L Ref. - Ref. - Ref. -
 Hcy ≥ 15 μmol/L 0.084 (0.018) <0.001 0.061 (0.020) 0.001 0.056 (0.020) 0.004
LnHDL-C (mmol/L)
 LnHcy −0.098 (0.010) <0.001 −0.024 (0.010) 0.021 −0.016 (0.010) 0.115
 Hcy < 15 μmol/L Ref. - Ref. - Ref. -
 Hcy ≥ 15 μmol/L −0.082 (0.009) <0.001 −0.026 (0.010) 0.003 −0.018 (0.009) 0.038
LnTC (mmol/L)
 LnHcy −0.033 (0.007) <0.001 −0.002 (0.008) 0.739 −0.002 (0.008) 0.771
 Hcy < 15 μmol/L Ref. - Ref. - Ref. -
 Hcy ≥ 15 μmol/L −0.029 (0.006) <0.001 −0.005 (0.006) 0.486 −0.006 (0.007) 0.691
LnLDL-C (mmol/L)
 LnHcy −0.044 (0.010) <0.001 −0.016 (0.011) 0.095 −0.018 (0.012) 0.133
 Hcy < 15 μmol/L Ref. - Ref. - Ref. -
 Hcy ≥ 15 μmol/L −0.039 (0.009) <0.001 −0.017 (0.009) 0.080 −0.017 (0.010) 0.071
  1. Model 1 univariate analysis
  2. Model 2 adjusted for age and sex
  3. Model 3 adjusted for age, sex, education level, physical activity, vitamin B supplement, body mass index, pulse, fasting glucose, smoking status, drinking status, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, serum creatinine
  4. Abbreviations: TC Total cholesterol, TG Triglycerides, HDL-C High density lipoprotein cholesterol, LDL-C Low density lipoprotein cholesterol, Hcy Homocysteine