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Table 2 The impacts of the p-CagA intensity of H. pylori on the gastric intestinal metaplasia in the 122 selected non-cancer patients by stratified analysis and logistical regression

From: Helicobacter pylori with stronger intensity of CagA phosphorylation lead to an increased risk of gastric intestinal metaplasia and cancer

  Odd ratio (95% CI)
Crude: Age < 50 years 1
< 50 years 8.14 (3.49~18.98)
   Gender - Male 1
- Female 2.36 (1.12~5.11)
   p-CagA - Sparse 1
- Weak 4.38 (1.15~16.72)
- Strong 8.34 (2.21~31.55)
Age and gender adjusted  
   Sparse p-CagA 1
   Weak p-CagA 3.67 (0.93~14.37)
   Strong p-CagA 8.44 (2.08~34.12)
Age, gender and disease adjusted  
   Sparse p-CagA 1
   Weak p-CagA 3.93 (0.92~16.94)
   Strong p-CagA 10.45 (2.25~48.48)