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Table 6 Multiple regressions for HbA1c and G120

From: Analysis of factors influencing glucose tolerance in Japanese patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Dependent variable Independent variables Coef. Std. coef. F value R2 (|R|)
HbA1c
(Model 1a)
QUICKI
Loge-IGI
−8.416
−0.476
−0.365
−0.632
28.6
85.8
0.477 (0.691)
HbA1c
(Model 2b)
Loge-MI
Loge-IGI
−0.443
−0.512
−0.358
−0.679
25.6
92.1
0.466 (0.683)
G120
(Model 3c)
QUICKI
Loge-IGI
−3.302
−0.202
−0.323
−0.595
21.8
73.8
0.403 (0.635)
G120
(Model 4d)
Sex
Loge-DIo
−1.050
−2.134
−0.144
−0.626
4.5
86.4
0.428 (0.655)
  1. Sex male = 1, female = 0; NAFL/NASH NAFL = 0, NASH = 1; log e -IGI loge-transformed insulinogenic index; log e -MI loge-transformed Matsuda index; log e -DIo loge-transformed oral disposition index
  2. aAge, sex, BMI and NAFL/NASH were not significant determinants in this model
  3. bAge, sex, BMI and NAFL/NASH were not significant determinants in this model
  4. cAge, sex, BMI and NAFL/NASH were not significant determinants in this model
  5. dAge, BMI, QUICKI and NAFL/NASH were not significant determinants in this model