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Table 3 Correlations of serum 25(OH)D with different cardiometabolic risk factors in African Americans by diabetes status

From: Relationship of serum Vitamin D concentrations with Adipokines and Cardiometabolic risk among non-Hispanic black type 2 diabetic and non-diabetic subjects: a cross-sectional study

Variables

African Americans without T2D

(n = 103)

African Americans with T2D

(n = 97)

Unadjusted

Model 1

Model 2

Unadjusted

Model 1

Model 2

BMI (kg/m2)

− 0.215*

− 0.141

−0.270

− 0.175

WC (cm)

−0.136

0.076

− 0.059

− 0.182

0.114

− 0.090

HbA1C (%)

− 0.172

− 0.105

−0.140

− 0.067

0.009

0.015

log HOMA2-IR

− 0.211*

− 0.139

− 0.190

−0.130

HOMA2-IS

0.199*

0.124

0.008

0.208*

0.150

0.071

TC (mg/dL)

− 0.227*

− 0.196*

− 0.239*

− 0.185

−0.172

− 0.164

LDL-c (mg/dL)

− 0.208*

− 0.172

− 0.219*

− 0.157

−0.133

− 0.118

HDL-c (mg/dL)

−0.056

− 0.094

−0.119

0.028

− 0.063

− 0.097

TG (mg/dL)

− 0.059

−0.008

0.015

− 0.147

− 0.090

− 0.078

SBP (mmHg)

−0.044

− 0.005

−0.016

− 0.096

−0.163

− 0.112

DBP (mmHg)

−0.163

− 0.080

− 0.115

− 0.179

−0.158

− 0.117

log Leptin (pg/mL)

− 0.303**

− 0.232*

− 0.265**

− 0.282**

− 0.213*

− 0.249*

IL-6 (pg/mL)

0.123

0.133

0.133

−0.171

− 0.151

−0.133

Adiponectin(ng/mL)

0.255**

0.231*

0.215*

0.046

−0.087

− 0.068

  1. Model 1, adjusted for age and BMI.
  2. Model 2, adjusted for age, energy intake, and HOMA-IR.
  3. *P < 0.05,
  4. **P < 0.01