TABLE 2

BMI and waist circumference (in cm) according to rs9939609 genotypes

nMean measures by genotypes
P values
P values per allele
TTTAAATA vs. TTAA vs. TAAA vs. TT
Men2,28734*48*18*
    BMI (kg/m2), age 212,19423.1 ± 3.023.1 ± 3.023.8 ± 3.20.940.00010.00020.0007
    BMI (kg/m2), 1986
        All subjects2,23626.2 ± 3.726.3 ± 3.626.7 ± 4.00.450.050.010.02
        Nonsmoker2,04226.2 ± 3.826.3 ± 3.526.7 ± 4.00.580.180.090.09
    Waist circumference, 1987
        All subjects1,89897.7 ± 10.498.0 ± 10.098.4 ± 10.80.440.550.230.12
        Nonsmoker1,74097.6 ± 10.497.9 ± 9.898.3 ± 10.80.390.680.280.14
Women3,52034*46*20*
    BMI (kg/m2), age 183,33721.7 ± 3.321.9 ± 3.522.5 ± 3.70.060.0009<0.0001<0.0001
    BMI (kg/m2), 1986
        All subjects3,48326.8 ± 5.627.4 ± 5.928.2 ± 6.10.0080.0099<0.0001<0.0001
        Nonsmoker2,62426.9 ± 5.627.5 ± 5.928.3 ± 6.20.0190.008<0.0001<0.0001
    Waist circumference, 1986
        All subjects2,33382.8 ± 13.183.9 ± 13.385.2 ± 14.30.270.120.020.02
        Nonsmoker2,00782.7 ± 13.083.8 ± 13.185.4 ± 14.40.190.100.010.01
  • Data are means ± SD. Except for early adulthood (men, age 21; and women, age 18), analyses were adjusted for age and diabetes status.

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    * Overall percentage of each genotype.