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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Basic characteristics of the subjects in the KARE

CharacteristicsQuantitative trait analysis*Case-control analysis**

Number of subjects7,5514,4521,968
Gender [men (%)/women (%)]3,747 (49.6)/3,804 (50.4)2,061 (46.3)/2,389 (53.7)910 (46.2)/1,058 (53.8)0.955
Age (M years±SD)51.44±8.7849.39±8.1156.75±8.45<0.0001
Systolic blood pressure (SBP) (M mmHg±SD)115.65±17.25104.69±9.15139.42±17.27<0.0001
Diastolic blood pressure (DBP) (M mmHg±SD)74.21±11.2767.68±7.7288.97±10.90<0.0001
Total cholesterol (M mg/dL±SD)190.68±35.71188.05±34.16197.37±37.70<0.0001
High density lipoprotein cholesterol (M mg/dL±SD)44.85±10.0345.05±9.9243.73±10.26<0.0001
Triglyceride (M mg/dL±SD)159.97±105.54146.90±95.75190.22±115.38<0.0001

Abbreviations: KARE, Korean association resource; M, mean value; SD, standard deviation.

Individuals who are not using hypertensive medications.

Controls (normotensive), SBP<120 mmHg and DBP<80 mmHg; Cases (hypertensive), SBP=140 mmHg and/or DBP=90 mmHg and/or antihypertensive medication.

Significant differences in characteristics between the normotensive and hypertensive subjects were determined by the two-tailed Student’s t-test.

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