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Additional file 1 of Fetuin-A and risk of diabetes-related vascular complications: a prospective study
journal contributionposted on 2022-01-09, 04:11 authored by Anna Birukov, Elli Polemiti, Susanne Jäger, Norbert Stefan, Matthias B. Schulze
Additional file 1. Expanded Materials & Methods. References [1–6]. Table S1. Age- and sex-adjusted correlations between fetuin-A and cardiometabolic risk factors, n=587. Table S2. Sensitivity analyses for the associations between baseline fetuin-A concentrations and incident diabetes-related complications, excluding HbA1c≥6.5%. Table S3. Associations between baseline fetuin-A concentrations and individual microvascular endpoints. Table S4. Associations of baseline fetuin-A with incident total complications after diabetes diagnosis stratified by complications load, n=587. Table S5. Associations of baseline fetuin-A with micro- and macrovascular disease prior to (n=25) or after (n=243) diabetes diagnosis. Table S6. Associations of baseline fetuin-A with incident micro- and macrovascular disease in type 2 diabetes, accounting for specific nutrients and food intake.