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Table 1 Association between serum urate levels (μmolL−1) and tomato consumption (serves/week)

From: Positive association of tomato consumption with serum urate: support for tomato consumption as an anecdotal trigger of gout flares

  All1 Men Women2
  β (95 % CI) P β (95 % CI) P β (95 % CI) P
ARIC 0.907 (0.264; 1.550) 0.006 1.399 (0.392; 2.405) 0.006 0.488 ( −0.335; 1.310) 0.245
CHS 0.216 ( −1.341; 1.772) 0.786 1.163 ( −1.578; 3.903) 0.406 −0.279 ( −2.144; 1.586) 0.769
FHS 0.428 ( −0.337; 1.193) 0.273 −0.289 ( −1.665; 1.087) 0.680 0.893 (0.030; 1.757) 0.043
Combined3 0.664 (0.194; 1.133) 0.006 0.839 (0.060; 1.618) 0.035 0.592 (0.024; 1.159) 0.041
  1. Adjusted for age, BMI, average calorie intake (kcal/day) and PCA vectors 1 and 2
  2. P-value: All = 0.540, Men = 0.148 and Women = 0.505, respectively
  3. 1Also adjusted for sex and menopause status
  4. 2Also adjusted for menopause status
  5. 3Heterozygosity