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Table 3 Serotonin transporter ( SLC6A4 ) single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) investigated in patients with schizophrenia and control subjects

From: Association between a genetic variant in the serotonin transporter gene (SLC6A4) and suicidal behavior in patients with schizophrenia

SNP Base MAF Genotype counts (schizophrenia/control) Allele association Genotype association
    Allele 1   Allele 2   OR    OR OR
  (1/2)   Homozyogotes Heterozygotes Homozygotes p-value 2 vs 1 p-value   12 vs 11 22 vs 11
Rs1042173 A/C 0.46 223/410 402/770 207/291 0.083   1.11 0.022   0.93 1.27
Rs4583306 A/G 0.42 276/475 410/755 173/237 0.020   1.16 0.020   1.04 1.40
Rs140700 C/T 0.09 689/1233 140/221 2/10 0.435   1.09 0.171   1.17 0.39
Rs2020942 C/T 0.14 313/528 390/714 128/228 0.359   0.94 0.518   0.90 0.91
Rs12150214 G/C 0.18 595/982 219/438 21/46 0.123   0.88 0.282   0.86 0.83
Rs4251417 C/T 0.09 673/1204 148/257 9/7 0.214   1.14 0.123   1.07 2.78
Rs16965628 G/C 0.06 753/1310 77/152 1/9 0.192   0.83 0.125   0.91 0.19
  1. The table shows nominal allele and genotype association results with gender and country as covariates.
  2. Nominal allele and genotype association results are reported with gender and country as covariates. MAF, minor allele frequencies in control individuals (allele 2 in the table).
  3. Nominally significant; after correction for multiple testing using permutation test, all P- values > 0.10.