Table 1

A total of 45 unique DQA1-DQB1 haplotypes are observed among control subjects and patients, and their association results are shown

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  • Data are n (%) unless otherwise indicated. Association results are shown as haplotypic frequency and percentage (%) among control subjects, those among patients, estimated ORs, z scores, and P values. The 45 unique haplotypes are observed in 636 control subjects (resulting in 1,272 haplotypes) and 962 patients (1,924 haplotypes). Risk and protective haplotypes are highlighted red and green, respectively, at the significance level of 5%.