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Table 5 Multivariate analysis on the effect of APOC3 rs5128 on BMI, TG and VLDL in the cohort (n = 733) assuming a dominant genetic model

From: Sequence analysis and variant identification at the APOC3 gene locus indicates association of rs5218 with BMI in a sample of Kuwaiti’s

 VariableOR95% C.I.p-value
BMIrs5128C/G4.021.13–14.280.03
rs5128G/G3.040.38–24.500.3
Sex (Male)1.440.47–4.42>  0.001
Age1.141.09–1.190.52
TGrs5128C/G1.11.00–1.220.06
rs5128G/G1.170.99–1.380.07
Sex (Male)1.281.17–1.40>  0.001
Age1.011.01–1.02>  0.001
BMI1.021.02–1.03>  0.001
VLDLrs5128C/G1.10.99–1.220.07
rs5128G/G1.170.98–1.390.08
Sex (Male)1.271.16–1.39>  0.001
Age1.021.01–1.02>  0.001
BMI1.021.02–1.03>  0.001
  1. BMI Body mass index, TG Triglycerides, VLDL Very low-density lipoprotein