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Table 2 Main determinants of oxidized LDL (Ox-LDL) levels by multiple linear regression analysis

From: Bilirubin is independently associated with oxidized LDL levels in young obese patients

Dependent variable Model Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients t P
   B Std. Error Beta   
  Model 1 (R2 = 0.672)      
Ln Ox-LDL (Constant) 1.598 0.300   5.322 <0.001
Ln LDLc 0.624 0.054 0.656 11.582 <0.001
Ln TG 0.152 0.029 0.293 5.300 <0.001
Ln HDLc −0.318 0.061 −0.283 −5.212 <0.001
  Ln Bilirubin −0.091 0.030 −0.164 −3.100 0.002
  Model 2 (R2 = 0.524)*      
Ln Ox-LDL (Constant) 1.006 0.286   3.522 0.001
  Ln LDLc 0.632 0.059 0.665 10.719 <0.001
  Ln Bilirubin −0.113 0.035 −0.202 −3.231 0.002
  Ln HOMAIR 0.077 0.029 0.163 2.608 0.010
  1. HDLc, high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol; LDLc, low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol; TG, triglycerides; HOMAIR, homeostasis model assessment insulin resistance.
  2. *Re-ran of multiple linear regression analysis, after exclusion of two variables (TG and HDLc).