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Table 3 Association of different genotypes with rickets in cases and controls

From: Relationship between polymorphisms in vitamin D metabolism-related genes and the risk of rickets in Han Chinese children

SNP Genotype p value* p value**
   Additive Dominant Recessive Additive Dominant Recessive
rs4588 AA 4.733 × 10 -3 3.850 × 10 -3 0.553 0.006 0.005 6.636
  AC       
  CC 0.142    1.704   
rs7041 TT   0.523 0.026   6.276 0.312
  TG 0.965    11.580   
  GG 0.029    0.348   
rs222020 TT   0.012 0.141   0.144 1.692
  TC 0.028    0.336   
  CC 0.028    0.36   
rs2282679 CC 0.003 0.002 0.576 0.036 0.024 6.912
  CA       
  AA 0.180    2.160   
rs2298849 TT 0.001 4.193 × 10 -3 0.132   0.005 1.584
  TC     0.012   
  CC 0.010    0.12   
rs10741657 AA   0.227 0.011   2.724 0.132
  AG 0.724    8.688   
  GG 0.049    0.588   
rs10766197 AA   0.052 0.223   0.624 2.676
  AG 0.011    0.132   
  GG 0.794    9.528   
rs12794714 GG   0.154 0.120   1.848 1.440
  GA 0.295    3.540   
  AA 0.064    0.768   
rs1562902 CC   0.449 0.083   5.388 0.996
  CT 0.875    9.420   
  TT 0.163    1.956   
rs2060793 AA 0.028 0.014 0.244   0.168 2.928
  AG     0.336   
  GG 0.056    0.672   
rs3829251 GG   0.417 0.465   5.004 5.580
  GA 0.532    6.384   
  AA 0.394    4.728   
rs12785878 GG   0.431 0.576   5.172 6.912
  GT 0.330    3.960   
  TT 0.882    10.584   
  1. p value*, p values were adjusted for sex and BMI.
  2. p value**, adjusted p values were corrected using the Bonferroni, method.
  3. Significant P values are indicated by a triangle ( P<0.05).