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Table 5 Risk of influenza A/H1N1 infection in relation to the different polymorphisms studied

From: Pandemic influenza A/H1N1 virus infection and TNF, LTA, IL1B, IL6, IL8, and CCLpolymorphisms in Mexican population: a case–control study

Gen/allele Risk of influenza A/H1N1 infection
  p OR (95% CI) OR allelic (95% CI)
CCL1    2.31 (1.25-4.31)
  rs2282691    
AT 0.85 1.14 (0.29-4.38)  
AA 0.12 2.75 (0.78-9.72)  
IL1B    1.62 (0.92-2.88)
  rs16944    
GG 0.04 8.57 (1.11-66.46)  
AG 0.06 7.33 (0.95-56.41)  
IL8    1.45 (0.80-2.63)
  rs4073    
TT 0.96 0.97 (0.29-3.28)  
AT 0.17 1.73 (0.79-3.74)  
IL6    1.01 (0.59-1.71)
  r1818879    
AG 0.2 0.61 (0.29-1.30)  
AA 0.45 0.69 (0.26-1.82)  
LTA    0.72 (0.42-1.26)
  rs909253    
GG 0.66 1.25 (0.46-3.41)  
AG <0.001 3.3 (1.51-7.20)  
TNF    1.25 (0.79-1.99)
  rs1800750    
AG 0.27 2.54 (0.49-13.24)  
AA 0.02 3.52 (1.24-10.03)  
  rs1800629    1.10 (0.30-3.91)
AG 0.88 1.1 (0.30-4.02)  
  rs361525    3.34 (1.56-7.08)
AG 0.37 0.5 (0.11-2.24)  
AA <0.001 34.8 (4.06-297.87)  
  1. OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval; allelic OR: comparison with ancestral gene. Results were considered statistically significant when P was <0.05.