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Table 3 Comparison of genotype frequencies for PTPN22 1858 SNP in patients with RA and controls stratified by sex

From: Association of PTPN22 1858 single-nucleotide polymorphism with rheumatoid arthritis in a German cohort: higher frequency of the risk allele in male compared to female patients

  CT CT and TT OR for CT and TT (95% CI)
Female    
Controls (n = 223) 17.9 (39) 18.4 (41) -
RA (n = 297) 28.6 (85) 33.0 (98) 2.19a (1.45–3.31)
Male    
Controls (n = 126) 19.8 (25) 20.6 (26) -
RA (n = 93) 48.4 (45) 53.8 (50) 4.47a (2.51–7.96)
  1. Values are the frequency in percent with absolute number of genotypes given in parentheses. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients and controls were stratified by sex, and odds ratios (ORs) and 95% confidence intervals (95% CIs) were calculated for carriage of the PTPN22*T allele in comparison to controls. Level of significance: ap < 0.001, power for all calculations α > 0.95.