TABLE 2

Associations of SNPs with obesity or overweight

SNP IDObese vs. normal
Obesity and overweight vs. normal
Additive modelPDominant modelPAdditive modelPDominant modelP
rs8050136
    Male1.019 (0.704–1.475)0.920.991 (0.648–1.516)0.971.121 (0.893–1.406)0.331.112 (0.856–1.443)0.43
    Female1.091 (0.812–1.467)0.561.093 (0.790–1.511)0.590.977 (0.984–1.016)0.830.971 (0.773–1.219)0.80
    All1.070 (0.850–1.346)0.571.062 (0.822–1.372)0.651.043 (0.894–1.216)0.601.032 (0.869–1.225)0.72
rs9939609
    Male0.909 (0.615–1.342)0.630.885 (0.568–1.379)0.590.979 (0.836–1.147)0.801.027 (0.787–1.340)0.84
    Female1.063 (0.785–1.440)0.691.087 (0.784–1.505)0.621.026 (0.813–1.297)0.830.938 (0.745–1.182)0.59
    All1.006 (0.793–1.275)0.961.017 (0.784–1.320)0.900.939 (0.757–1.165)0.570.977 (0.821–1.163)0.80
rs9930506
    Male1.056 (0.785–1.422)0.721.002 (0.801–1.255)0.981.025 (0.849–1.239)0.791.025 (0.818–1.286)0.83
    Female1.000 (0.774–1.294)1.001.023 (0.715–1.463)0.900.914 (0.767–1.090)0.320.885 (0.726–1.080)0.23
    All1.024 (0.843–1.243)0.810.984 (0.737–1.315)0.910.964 (0.848–1.097)0.580.945 (0.814–1.097)0.46
  • Data are OR (95% CI) unless otherwise indicated. P values were adjusted for age, sex (where appropriate), and region.