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Table 2 Clinical and genetic information for sample sets used for association analysis with BMI, T2D and gout

From: Lack of direct evidence for natural selection at the candidate thrifty gene locus, PPARGC1A

  obs missing (n) NZ Caucasian obs missing (n) NZ Māori obs missing (n) CI Māori obs missing (n) Samoan obs missing (n) Tongan
Individuals - 1007 - 322 - 136 - 223 - 114
Gout (%) - 64.3 9 42.5 1 52.2 3 64.6 - 64.0
Diabetes (%) 10 11.5 11 42.8 4 26.5 6 14.3 3 18.4
Mean age (range) - 59.7 (18–94) 1 50.9 (17–82) - 52.4 (18–88) - 44.3 (17–71) - 42.8 (18–79)
Sex (% male) 2 76.1 1 56.8 - 61.8 2 82.1 - 86.8
Mean BMI Gly/Gly (range) 6 29.1 (17.8–61.6) 1 32.3 (23.0–42.2) 2 35.9 (33.1–40.7) - 37.2 (26.0–62.5) - 34.5 (26.3–44.2)
Mean BMI Gly/Ser (range) 9 29.3 (18.8–60.7) 3 33.0 (21.3–61.7) - 34.5 (21.4–66.7) 3 37.7 (22.2–93.4) - 36.5 (26.6–48.5)
Mean BMI Ser/Ser (range) - 29.7 (19.3–62.9) 3 34.2 (18.4–65.8) 1 36.5 (23.0–80.0) 1 36.7 (20.5–70.3) 1 36.8 (25.8–70.6)
Allele frequency rs8192678 Ser allele (Gout; Control) 2 0.346 (0.332; 0.371) 2 0.801 (0.803; 0.798) - 0.805 (0.782; 0.836) - 0.688 (0.698; 0.671) - 0.636 (0.651; 0.61)
Allele frequency rs8192678 Ser allele (Diabetes; Control) 2 0.346 (0.366; 0.345) 2 0.801 (0.788; 0.807) - 0.805 (0.847; 0.786) - 0.688 (0.703; 0.689) - 0.636 (0.667; 0.622)
  1. BMI body mass index, Gly glycine, Ser serine