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Table 6 GroupPIP and condPIP in BKMR model in NHANES 2005–2010 (N = 2372)

From: Using three statistical methods to analyze the association between exposure to 9 compounds and obesity in children and adolescents: NHANES 2005-2010

Chemicals Group Obesity BMI z-score
   groupPIP condPIP groupPIP condPIP
Phenols
 BPA 1 0.775 0.020 0.329 0.278
 BP-3 1 0.775 0.046 0.329 0.233
Paraben
 MeP 1 0.775 0.903 0.329 0.322
 PrP 1 0.775 0.031 0.329 0.166
Pesticides
 2,5-DCP 2 0.966 0.978 0.256 0.500
 2,4-DCP 2 0.966 0.022 0.256 0.500
Phthalate metabolites
 MBzP 3 0.769 0.016 0.707 0.066
 MEP 3 0.769 0.656 0.707 0.831
 MiBP 3 0.769 0.328 0.707 0.103
  1. GroupPIP Group posterior inclusion probability, condPIP Conditional posterior inclusion probability, NHANES National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. The three groups in BKMR model were Phenols and paraben (group1), pesticides (group2), and phthalate metabolites (group3). Models were adjusted for age, gender, race, educational levels, family income-to-poverty ratio, caloric intake, serum cotinine, and log-transformed creatinine