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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