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Table 2 Distribution of BCMO1 single nucleotide polymorphisms and their associations with lung cancer

From: Dietary patterns, BCMO1 polymorphisms, and primary lung cancer risk in a Han Chinese population: a case-control study in Southeast China

Locus Case (n = 1166) Control (n = 1179) Unadjusted OR Adjusted OR* P trend value
95% CI 95% CI
rs6564851(PHWE = 0.57) 1097 1102    0.729
GG 743 (67.7%) 724 (65.7%) 1 1  
GT 310 (28.3%) 342 (31.0%) 0.883 (0.734–1.062) 0.922 (0.754–1.128)  
TT 44 (4.0%) 36 (3.3%) 1.191 (0.758–1.872) 1.311 (0.805–2.134)  
GT + TT 354 (32.3%) 378 (34.3%) 0.913 (0.764–1.090) 0.959 (0.791–1.163)  
rs12934922(PHWE = 0.88) 1121 1146    0.672
AA 839 (74.8%) 861 (75.1%) 1 1  
AT 261 (23.3%) 264 (23.0%) 1.015 (0.834–1.234) 0.955 (0.772–1.182)  
TT 21 (1.9%) 21 (1.8%) 1.026 (0.556–1.893) 0.813 (0.424–1.561)  
AT+TT 282 (25.2%) 285 (24.8%) 1.015 (0.840–1.228) 0.944 (0.768–1.160)  
rs7501331(PHWE = 0.09) 1060 1084    0.117
CC 707 (66.7%) 696 (64.2%) 1 1  
CT 308 (29.1%) 334 (30.8%) 0.908 (0.753–1.094) 0.862 (0.704–1.056)  
TT 45 (4.2%) 54 (5.0%) 0.820 (0.545–1.235) 0.829 (0.531–1.294)  
CT + TT 353 (33.3%) 388 (35.8%) 0.896 (0.749–1.070) 0.858 (0.707–1.041)  
  1. *adjusted by incomes, occupation, education, family history of lung cancer, history of lung diseases, environmental tobacco smoke, smoking status, BMI