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Table 7 Gender, weight, BMI and age as covariates in case-control study of balance beam performance

From: Polymorphism of the PPARD Gene and Dynamic Balance Performance in Han Chinese Children

SNP A1 HW_P OR 95% CI1 P1 FDR1 OR 95% CI 2 P2 FDR2 OR 95% CI3 P3 FDR3 OR 95% CI4 P4 FDR4
rs11571504 A 0.999 1.37 [0.72-2.6] 0.338 0.422 1.31[0.69~2.51] 0.409 0.409 1.3[0.69~2.46] 0.423 0.423 1.17 [0.48~2.85] 0.736 0.736
rs3798343 G 0.904 1.19 [0.95-1.49] 0.139 0.233 0.84[0.67~1.06] 0.149 0.248 0.84[0.67~1.05] 0.133 0.221 0.85 [0.64~1.13] 0.268 0.335
rs2267668 G 0.856 1.44 [1.13-1.84] 0.004 0.016 1.47[1.14~1.88] 0.002 0.014 1.461[1.14~1.87] 0.002 0.01 1.5 [1.1~2.05] 0.01 0.051
rs2016520 C 0.935 1.4 [1.1-1.78] 0.006 0.016 1.41[1.1~1.8] 0.006 0.016 1.42 [1.12~1.80] 0.004 0.01 1.37 [1.01~1.86] 0.041 0.103
rs2299869 T 0.775 0.89 [0.64-1.22] 0.461 0.461 0.84[0.6~1.16] 0.285 0.356 0.86[0.63~1.19] 0.374 0.423 0.77 [0.52~1.15] 0.195 0.326
  1. A1, minor allele and the effect allele with which BETA correlates; FDR, Benjamini and Hochberg procedure for controlling the false discovery rate of hypothesis tests, also known as Bonferroni’s correction; BETA1, P1, FDR1: BETA, P, FDR after gender as a covariate to correct; BETA2, P2, FDR2: BETA, P, FDR after weight as a covariate to correct; BETA3, P3, FDR3: BETA, P, FDR after BMI as a covariate to correct; BETA4, P4, FDR4: BETA, P, FDR after age as a covariate to correct; Significance threshold was P < 0.05 and significant p-values were in bold