Skip to main content

Table 2 Genotype and allele frequencies for all Indians and Caucasians (PsA patients + controls combined)

From: MiR-146a G/C rs2910164 variation in South African Indian and Caucasian patients with psoriatic arthritis

Frequency, n (%) Indians
(n = 146)d
Caucasians
(n = 70)e
p value RR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Genotype, n (%)
 GG 68 (46.57) 27 (38.57) 0.4536a  
 GC 68 (46.57) 39 (55.71)
 CC 10 (6.85) 4 (5.71)
 GC + CC 78 (53.42) 43 (61.43) 0.3064b 1.11 (0.92–1.33) 1.39 (0.78–2.48)
Allele, n (%)
 G 204 (69.86) 93 (66.43) 0.5063c 1.05 (0.91–1.22) 1.17 (0.76–1.08)
 C 88 (30.14) 47 (33.57)
  1. CI confidence interval, DF degrees of freedom, RR relative risk, OR odds ratio, PsA psoriatic arthritis, χ2 Chi-squared test
  2. A p < 0.05 was considered as being significant
  3. aChi squared p value (Indians genotypes vs. Caucasians genotypes); χ2 = 1.581, 2 DF. bFisher’s exact test p value (GG vs. GC + CC genotypes). cFisher’s exact test p value (Indians G and C alleles vs. Caucasians G and C alleles). dIndians (84 Indian PsA patients + 62 Indian controls). eCaucasians (32 Caucasian PsA patients + 38 Caucasian controls)