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Table 5 Multinomial logistic regression analyses for the association between dominant genetic model ([CC + CT] vs. TTa) of the rs6060566 polymorphism and CAD in 128 subjects with T2DM who underwent coronary CTA

From: The C allele of the reactive oxygen species modulator 1 (ROMO1) polymorphism rs6060566 is a biomarker predicting coronary artery stenosis in Slovenian subjects with type 2 diabetes mellitus

  OR (95% CI) p value Adjusted OR (95% CI) p value
≥ 50% ≤ 75% 2.25 (0.95–5.34) 0.067 3.27 (1.16–9.20) 0.025
> 75% 1.3 (0.11–14.89) 0.835 0.94 (0.03–25.8) 0.969
1 VD 0.44 (0.08–2.56) 0.364 0.25 (0.02–2.58) 0.245
2 VD 0.67 (0.18–2.5) 0.547 0.88 (0.12–6.39) 0.899
3 VD 0.66 (0.11–4.08) 0.661 0.85 (0.03–2.78) 0.928
  1. OR, odds ratio. ORs were adjusted for age, gender, lipid parameters and duration of T2DM in years. The statistically significant result (p value < 0.05) is highlighted in bold
  2. aThe reference