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Table 8 Association of the TLR4 SNPs with the VIDA score of vitiligo

From: TLR4 gene polymorphisms in Egyptian vitiligo patients: insights into emerging association with clinical activity, family history, and response to therapy

  N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error 95% Confidence interval for mean p value*
Lower bound Upper bound
rs11536858 0 22 2.0000 .43644 .09305 1.8065 2.1935 0.333
1 13 1.8462 .55470 .15385 1.5110 2.1814
2 14 1.8571 .66299 .17719 1.4743 2.2399
3 15 2.0000 .65465 .16903 1.6375 2.3625
4 36 1.8333 .69693 .11616 1.5975 2.0691
Total 100 1.9000 .61134 .06113 1.7787 2.0213
rs1927914 0 22 2.3636 .84771 .18073 1.9878 2.7395 0.237
1 13 2.5385 .87706 .24325 2.0085 3.0685
2 14 2.7143 .61125 .16336 2.3614 3.0672
3 15 2.4667 .83381 .21529 2.0049 2.9284
4 36 2.7500 .60356 .10059 2.5458 2.9542
Total 100 2.5900 .73985 .07398 2.4432 2.7368
rs1927911 0 22 1.9091 .52636 .11222 1.6757 2.1425 0.817
1 13 2.0769 .64051 .17765 1.6899 2.4640
2 14 1.7857 .69929 .18689 1.3820 2.1895
3 15 1.9333 .59362 .15327 1.6046 2.2621
4 36 2.1667 .56061 .09344 1.9770 2.3564
Total 100 2.0100 .59450 .05945 1.8920 2.1280
  1. *One-way ANOVA: No statistically significant relations were observed (p > 0.05) when each SNP was compared against the scale of the VIDA score