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Table 2 Genotype distribution of participants (N = 320)*

From: Effect modification of air pollution on Urinary 8-Hydroxy-2'-Deoxyguanosine by genotypes: an application of the multiple testing procedure to identify significant SNP interactions

Polymorphism Type Count (%) Polymorphism Type Count (%)
CAT (C/T) rs480575 Wild 138 (49.46) HFE (G/A) rs1800562 Wild 259 (86.33)
  Heterozygous 113 (40.5)   Heterozygous 41 (13.67)
  Homozygous 28 (10.04)   Homozygous 0 (0)
CAT(A/G) rs1001179 Wild 195 (65.88) HMOX (A/T) rs2071746 Wild Type 87 (29.49)
  Heterozygous 83 (28.04)   Heterozygous 148 (50.17)
  Homozygous 18 (6.08)   Homozygous 60 (20.34)
CAT(G/A) rs2284367 Wild 160 (55.17) HMOX (C/G) rs2071747 Wild Type 269 (91.5)
  Heterozygous 109 (37.59)   Heterozygous 25 (8.5)
  Homozygous 21 (7.24)   Homozygous 0 (0)
CAT (A/G) rs2300181 Wild 165 (55.37) HMOX (G/A) rs2071749 Wild Type 92 (30.77)
  Heterozygous 110 (36.91)   Heterozygous 154 (51.51)
  Homozygous 23 (7.72)   Homozygous 53 (17.73)
GC (C/A) rs2282679 Wild 150 (51.02) HMOX (C/G) rs5995098 Wild Type 141 (47.32)
  Heterozygous 120 (40.82)   Heterozygous 128 (42.95)
  Homozygous 24 (8.16)   Homozygous 29 (9.73)
GC (T/C) rs1155563 Wild 148 (49.83) GSTP1 (A/G) rs1695 Wild Type 149 (50.51)
  Heterozygous 128 (43.10)   Heterozygous 123 (41.69)
  Homozygous 21 (7.07)   Homozygous 23 (7.80)
GCLC (C/T) rs17883901 Wild 262 (89.12) GSTP1 (C/T) rs1799811 Wild Type 254 (86.39)
  Heterozygous 30 (10.20)   Heterozygous 39 (13.27)
  Homozygous 2 (0.68)   Homozygous 1 (0.34)
GCLM (A/G) rs2301022 Wild 116 (39.59) GSTT1 Deletion 53 (19.13)
  Heterozygous 146 (49.83)   Non deletion 224 (80.87)
  Homozygous 31 (10.58) GSTM1 Deletion 152 (51.18)
GCLM (A/G) rs3170633 Wild 140 (48.28)   Non deletion 145 (48.82)
  Heterozygous 115 (39.66) HMOX-1 Both short 21 (6.98)
  Homozygous 35 (12.07)   One short 140 (46.51)
HFE (G/T) rs1799945 Wild 224 (74.17)   Both long 140 (46.51)
  Heterozygous 71 (23.51)    
  Homozygous 7 (2.32)    
  1. *The sum of the subjects in each genotype may not add up to the total number of subjects due to missing genotyping data. Missing genotyping is due to a variable number of samples for each locus for which genotyping was not successful.