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Table 2 Linear simple regression analysis on plasma bile acid concentrations and variables

From: Fasting plasma chenodeoxycholic acid and cholic acid concentrations are inversely correlated with insulin sensitivity in adults

  DCA CDCA CA
  β 95% confidence interval p-value β 95% confidence interval p-value β 95% confidence interval p-value
Age 0.01 [0.002;0.02] 0.02 0.001 [-0.02;0.02] NS 0.004 [-0.003;0.01] NS
Men 0.002 [-0.19;0.19] NS 0.39 [0.04;0.74] 0.03 0.17 [0.03;0.31] 0.02
BMI 0.02 [0.0006;0.04] 0.04 0.04 [0.004;0.07] 0.03 0.01 [-0.003;0.03] NS
Fasting glucose 0.8 [0.03;0.12] 0.001 0.05 [-0,04;0.14] NS 0.03 [-0.03;0.04] NS
Fasting insulin 0.02 [0.01;0.03] < 10-4 0.04 [0.02;0.06] 0.001 0.02 [0.006;0.02] 0.001
HbA1C 0.04 [-0.03;0.12] NS -0.05 [-0.18;0.08] NS -0.04 [-0.09;0.02] NS
HOMA-R 0.07 [0.04;0.19] < 10-4 0.09 [0.04;0.14] 0.001 0.03 [0.007;0.05] 0.09
BMR 0.0001 [-0.0002;0.0004] NS 0.0008 [0.0002;0.001] 0.01 0.0002 [2.4*10-7 ;0.0005] 0.05
  1. Linear simple regression analyses were performed for estimation of association between plasma BAs concentrations and metabolic parameters. A p value ≤ 0.05 was considered statistically significant.