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Table 3 BMA association analysis between the 10 SNPs and serum transferrin

From: Four variants in transferrin and HFE genes as potential markers of iron deficiency anaemia risk: an association study in menstruating women

SNP P(β≠0|D) Mean β|D SD β|D Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5
Intercept 100 304.746 6.724 307.878 300.740 301.542 305.256 303.681
rs4820268 4.6 0.205 1.318      4.475
rs855791 3.5 0.109 0.987      
rs1799852 78 -15.896 10.747 -20.255   -21.078 -20.386 -20.314
rs2280673 2.8 0.039 0.812      
rs1800562 100 -44.213 12.089 -44.875 -45.083 -40.336 -44.997 -44.276
rs3811647 100 21.223 5.224 20.322 24.300 20.720 20.267 20.042
rs2673289 4.4 0.190 1.278      
rs1375515 2.8 0.037 0.810      
rs1799945 85.6 -13.482 7.486 -15.737 -16.293   -15.044 -15.134
rs16826756 5.5 0.357 1.961     6.514  
nVar     4 3 3 5 5
r2     0.169 0.146 0.142 0.173 0.172
BIC     -27.431 -25.688 -24.606 -23.278 -22.919
Posterior model probability     0.438 0.183 0.107 0.055 0.046
  1. P(β≠0|D): Probability of the SNP to be associated to the variable. Mean β|D: Posterior mean of the beta parameter (weighted average of the posterior means of beta under each of the models). SD β|D: Standard deviation of each beta. Model1...5: Most probable multiple-SNP models. nVar: Number of SNPs included in the model. BIC: Bayesian Information Criterion. r2: Coefficient of determination