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Table 1 Association between GSTM1 and bladder cancer

From: Genome-wide CNV analysis replicates the association between GSTM1 deletion and bladder cancer: a support for using continuous measurement from SNP-array data

  Controls Cases   
Data N average (std) of LRR N average (std) of LRR OR [95%CI] p-value
rs12068997 (110,032,359) 756 −0.0091 (0.1066) 767 −0.0223 (0.1086) 0.30 [0.11-0.82] 0.0190
rs4147567 (110,034,047) 757 −0.0138 (0.2810) 767 −0.0642 (0.2661) 0.51 [0.35-0.76] 8.47 × 10-4
rs1056806 (110,034,670) 757 −0.0031 (0.1105) 767 −0.0096 (0.1061) 0.67 [0.25-1.80] 0.4279
rs12562055 (110,034,988) 756 −0.0001 (0.1266) 767 −0.0069 (0.1244) 0.83 [0.36-1.95] 0.6754
rs2239892 (110,035,809) 757 −0.0216 (0.2099) 767 −0.0474 (0.2043) 0.51 [0.30-0.85] 0.0103
CNVtools 756   767   0.66 1.74 × 10-3
TaqMan 757   767   0.74 [0.62-0.87] 3.40 × 10-4
MLPA 757   767   0.72 [0.61-0.85] 1.15 × 10-4
  1. The association was performed by logistic regression models adjusted for age, gender, region and smoking status.