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Table 2 Correlation between seminal miRNA and anthropometric and metabolic parameters

From: Association between metabolic disorders and seminal plasma miRNA levels: a pilot study

Anthropometric and metabolic parameters miR 19a seminal miR 19b seminal miR 34b seminal miR 34c miR 133b miR 10b miR let-7c
Metabolic syndrome
r
p
-0.304
 < 0.001
-0.243
0.004
-0.138
NS
-0.151
0.096
-0.077
NS
0.012
NS
-0.101
NS
BMI
r
p
-0.155
0,089
-0,153
0.075
-0,085
NS
-0.200
0.040
0.241
0.015
0.030
NS
-0.068
NS
Waist circumference
r
p
-0.158
0.079
-0.166
0.051
-0.149
0.084
-0.258
0.004
0.275
0.005
-0.032
NS
-0.104
NS
Glycaemia
r
p
-0.178
0.046
-0.131
NS (0.12)
-0.078
NS
-0.098
NS
0.072
NS
-0.004
NS
-0.134
NS
Total cholesterol
r
p
-0.039
NS
-0.113
NS
-0.035
NS
-0.033
NS
-0.041
NS
-0.046
NS
 > -0.001
NS
LDL cholesterol
r
p
-0.031
NS
-0.081
NS
-0.037
NS
-0.025
NS
-0.031
NS
-0.002
NS
-0.021
NS
HDL cholesterol
r
p
-0.154
0.079
-0.086
NS
-0.139
NS
-0.074
NS
-0.078
NS
-0.097
NS
-0.079
NS
Triglycerides
r
p
-0.157
0.079
-0.161
0.056
-0.109
NS
-0.096
NS
-0.067
NS
-0.024
NS
-0.111
NS
Insuline
r
p
-0.154
0.09
-0.083
NS
-0.069
NS
-0.108
NS
-0.022
NS
0.135
NS
-0.057
NS
C-peptide
r
p
-0.220
0.015
-0.100
NS
-0.091
NS
-0.114
NS
-0.090
NS
0.129
NS
-0.131
NS
  1. To make reading the table easier, the significant values are indicated in bold characters
  2. BMI Body mass index
  3. r Pearson coefficient correlation, p < 0,05: significant