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Table 2 Participant characteristics for circRNA expression in peripheral blood

From: Islet-expressed circular RNAs are associated with type 2 diabetes status in human primary islets and in peripheral blood

A.
 p-valueControlIGT
 MeanSDMeanSD
Age0.01652.4517.0859.2614.31
BMI< 0.00126.514.1328.933.68
HbA1c5.610.34
Glucose4.850.40
Sex0.004F (60%);M (40%)F (40%)M (60%)
Ethnicity0.611white (99%)other (1%)white (100%)other (0%)
B.
 p-valueControlT2D
 MeanSDMeanSD
Age< 0.00152.4517.0868.7410.65
BMI< 0.00126.514.1330.615.99
HbA1c5.610.34
Glucose4.850.40
Sex0.001F (60%);M (40%)F (57%)M (43%)
Ethnicity0.445white (99%)other (1%)white (99%)other (1%)
  1. A. Anthropometric characteristics of peripheral blood donors with normal blood glucose (n = 133) and those with impaired glucose tolerance (IGT; n = 46) B. Anthropometric characteristics of peripheral blood donors with normal blood glucose (n = 133) and those with overt T2D (n = 106). Differences in parameters between islet groups was determined by t-test