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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data of study sample sets

From: Interaction of the GCKR and A1CF loci with alcohol consumption to influence the risk of gout

  NZ European NZ Polynesian ARIC FHS
Control Gout Control Gout NU HU NU HU
Number 374 665 916 837 3443 690 2364 395
Male sex, n (%) 252 (67.4) 541 (81.3) 409 (44.8) 695 (83.0) 1255 (36.4) 581 (84.2) 878 (37.1) 376 (95.19)
Age, years 53.15 ± 17.02 63.13 ± 13.39 42.97 ± 15.08 51.75 ± 13.01 53.23 ± 5.49 53.49 ± 5.61 39.44 ± 8.72 39.38 ± 8.26
BMI, kg/m2 27.58 ± 6.11 (98.4)a 30.36 ± 5.56 (98.2) 33.03 ± 7.53 (98.4) 36.38 ± 8.25 (97.5) 25.41 ± 4.05 (100) 28.34 ± 4.16 (100) 25.71 ± 4.92 (100) 29.56 ± 4.80 (100)
Serum urate, mmol/L 0.335 ± 0.102 (93.6) 0.388 ± 0.113 (69.0) 0.375 ± 0.088 (83.2) 0.433 ± 0.115 (82.8) 0.305 ± 0.058 (100) 0.449 ± 0.041 (100) 0.281 ± 0.065 (100) 0.450 ± 0.040 (100)
Number of alcohol consumers, n (%) 277 (74.1) 463 (69.62) 373 (40.7) 365 (43.6) 1568 (45.5) 394 (57.1) 1881 (79.6) 328 (83.0)
Alcohol consumption, g/week 75.48 ± 96.36 (100) 80.77 ± 110.96 (100) 42.61 ± 91.41 (100) 54.91 ± 121.23 (100) 21.42 ± 42.94 (100) 36.56 ± 60.63 (100) 59.66 ± 79.27 (100) 99.35 ± 110.71 (100)
Triglycerides, mmol/L 1.74 ± 1.00 (93.3) 2.23 ± 1.47 (69.0) 2.02 ± 1.29 (83.2) 2.42 ± 1.67 (82.8) 1.26 ± 0.75 (99.9) 1.87 ± 1.07 (100) 2.58 ± 1.64 (100) 4.34 ± 3.82 (100)
eGFR, ml/min/1.73 m2 74.77 ± 16.85 (93.3) 62.41 ± 19.86 (68.1) 75.96 ± 16.73 (82.7) 64.37 ± 21.17 (81.6) 66.74 ± 9.65 (100) 65.83 ± 9.11 (100) 96.40 ± 16.94 (100) 93.89 ± 16.91 (100)
  1. Abbreviations: ARIC Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study, BMI Body mass index, eGFR Estimated glomerular filtration rate, FHS Framingham Heart Study, HU Hyperuricemia, NU Normouricemia
  2. All values are expressed as mean ± SD unless otherwise indicated
  3. aFor BMI, serum urate, triglyceride, eGFR, and alcohol consumption (g/week), the bracketed figure represents the percentage of subjects with data available