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Table 3 Cross sectional analysis of diabetes status and select metabolites

From: Cross-sectional examination of metabolites and metabolic phenotypes in uremia

  no DM DM P
XMP 13 585 (8 386, 29 579) 62 101 (14 261, 158 938) 5.0E-7*
VMA 173 153 (107 165, 279 690) 104 186 (67 902, 164 683) 1.5E-6*
Glucose 2 935 (1 046, 5 294) 6 245 (2 777, 9 807) 3.1E-6*
3-PG 2 475 150 (1 882 036, 333 2264) 3 767 372 (2 250 378, 5 598 373) 4.9E-5*
Methionine 195 026 (152 633, 239 841) 243 230 (195 219, 283 910) 4.5E-5*
Adenosine 1 942 (1 463, 3 457) 3 078 (1 706, 5 137) 8.6E-4
mevalonate-5P 192 139 (136 927, 291 930) 292 904 (165 128, 433 871) 2.8E-4*
ornithine 1 385 224 (1 083 311, 1 721 772) 1 657 626 (1 351 270, 1 913 549) 3.2E-4*
uracil 6 888 567 (4 490 348, 9 622 913) 4 784 283 (3 740 917, 6 592 407) 5.7E-4
lactose 3 140 699 (2 178 153, 4 835 219) 4 519 336 (2 900 447, 6 650 384) 3.8E-4
xanthosine 10 839 (7 518, 22 311) 22 007 (8 845, 36 474) 1.0E-3
tyrosine 222 479 (174 354, 277 562) 247 875 (210 621, 309 004) 2.2E-3
serine 352 671 (280 146, 415 607) 381 134 (319 491, 476 035) 4.6E-3
PEP 312 003 (189 719, 522 172) 462 016 (257 705, 925 860) 1.3E-3
ribose-5-P-rib 144 443 (104 797, 208 719) 180 078 (116 088, 322 799) 8.7E-3
  1. Values are median peak area for the metabolites (quartile 1, quartile 3)
  2. *P-value significant at the Bonferroni adjusted level of 3.0 × 10−4