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Table 1 Univariate and multivariable analyses with respect to NSDHL

From: NAD(P)-dependent steroid dehydrogenase-like is involved in breast cancer cell growth and metastasis

VariablesUnivariateMultivariate
HR95% CIpHR95% CIp
Total1.4191.267–1.59< 0.001
Subtype      
 Luminal A1.301.10–1.55< 0.002
 Luminal B1.371.12–1.68< 0.002
 HER20.830.56–1.24< 0.372
 TN1.610.91–2.81< 0.097
 Basal-like1.371.05–1.78< 0.0021.271.14–1.41< 0.001
Tumor grade
 I1.811.08–3.06< 0.023
 II1.371.07–1.75< 0.013
 III0.770.62–0.97< 0.023
LN      
 Positive1.251.04–1.50< 0.0151.331.16–1.530.0
 Negative1.421.15–1.77< 0.001
ER      
 Positive1.371.20–1.57< 0.0011.341.19–1.510.0
 Negative1.291.03–1.61< 0.028
PR      
 Positive2.031.43–2.90< 0.0011.541.22–1.94< 0.001
 Negative1.280.94–1.73< 0.115
HER2      
 Positive0.580.36–0.92< 0.0191.200.93–1.56< 0.090
 Negative1.531.16–2.03< 0.003
  1. The Cox proportional hazards model was used to identify the factors that had a significant influence on recurrence-free survival. p < 0.05 was considered as a statistically significant difference. HR Hazard Ratio, CI Confidential Interval, LN Lymph Node, ER Estrogen Receptor, PR Progesterone Receptor, HER-2 Human Epidermal Growth Factor 2, TN Triple Negative