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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of the patients and control individuals in the training and validation sets

From: Serum microRNAs profile from genome-wide serves as a fingerprint for diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction and angina pectoris

Characteristics Control
(n=100)
AMI
(n=117)
AP
(n=182)
P1 P2 P3
sex (F/M) 19/81 20/97 49/133 7.17×10-1 1.97×10-1 7.77×10-2
age 61.10±7.97 62.70±11.40 65.30±9.98 2.69×10-1 4.00×10-4 3.47×10-2
Hypertension 53/100 69/117 127/182 3.40×10-1 4.91×10-3 6.81×10-2
Diabetes 12/100 29/117 44/182 1.50×10-2 1.41×10-2 8.72×10-2
Glucose 5.37±1.47 6.53±2.79 5.51±1.38 4.47×10-4 4.71×10-1 7.19×10-5
EF% 64.38±5.45 59.19±8.38 63.75±6.67 1.03×10-5 4.90×10-1 3.41×10-6
HDL(mmol/L) 1.17±0.30 1.06±0.28 1.12±0.62 1.84×10-2 5.12×10-1 4.80×10-2
LDL(mmol/L) 2.95 ±0.79 2.81±0.86 2.61±0.77 2.77×10-1 8.20×10-4 3.57×10-2
CK-MB(U/L) 15.26±20.91 80.84±121.17 13.06±12.60 2.10×10-4 3.72×10-1 6.80×10-11
cTnT(ng/ml) 0.15±0.27 0.77±0.74 0.14±0.21 2.77×10-8 8.64×10-1 6.66×10-20
  1. EF, Left ventricular ejection fractions; HDL, High-density lipoprotein; LDL, Low-density lipoprotein; CK-MB, Creatine kinase MB; cTnT, Cardiac troponin T. P 1: comparison between patients with AMI and control. P 2: comparison between patients with AP and control. P 3: comparison between patients with AMI and AP. AMI, acute myocardial infarction. AP, angina pectoris.