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Table 2 Association analysis of the 5 SNPs in males

From: Possible association between Interleukin-1beta gene and schizophrenia in a Japanese population

    Males
SNP name Allele 1/2   N Genotype Allele P-value HWE P-value
     1/1 1/2 2/2 1 2 Genotype Allele  
rs2853550 A/G Schizophrenia 300 4 74 222 82 518 0.68(a) 0.69 0.62
     (0.01) (0.25) (0.74) (0.14) (0.86)    
   Controls 383 7 85 291 99 667    0.82
     (0.02) (0.22) (0.76) (0.13) (0.87)    
rs1143634 A/G Schizophrenia 298 0 24 274 24 572 0.81(a) 0.82 1.00
     (0.00) (0.08) (0.92) (0.04) (0.96)    
   Controls 383 1 27 355 29 737    0.42
     (0.00) (0.07) (0.93) (0.04) (0.96)    
rs1143633 C/T Schizophrenia 299 59 145 95 263 335 0.43 0.47 0.81
     (0.20) (0.48) (0.32) (0.44) (0.56)    
   Controls 383 77 168 138 322 444    0.059
     (0.20) (0.44) (0.36) (0.42) (0.58)    
rs1143630 T/G Schizophrenia 295 7 81 207 95 495 0.75 0.73 1.00
     (0.02) (0.27) (0.70) (0.16) (0.84)    
   Controls 383 6 106 271 118 648    0.32
     (0.02) (0.28) (0.71) (0.15) (0.85)    
rs16944 A/G Schizophrenia 295 66 143 86 275 315 0.92 0.67 0.64
     (0.22) (0.48) (0.29) (0.47) (0.53)    
   Controls 385 82 186 117 350 420    0.61
     (0.21) (0.48) (0.30) (0.45) (0.55)    
  1. (a) Calculated using Fisher's exact test.
  2. SNP: single nucleotide polymorphism; HWE: Hardy-Weinberg Disequilibrium
  3. Numbers in parentheses represent the frequencies of genotypes and alleles.