Table 2

In situ expression of PGs in different sex, age and H. pylori status
Total NOR GS GA
IRS scorea IRS scorea IRS scorea IRS scorea
In situ PGI staining
Sex 0.265 0.002 0.599 0.964
Female 4.0(2.0,7.0) 5.0(4.0,7.5) 6.0(4.0,9.0) 2.0(1.0,3.3)
Male 3.0(0.0,7.0) 9.0(7.0,10.5) 6.0(2.5,8.5) 2.0(1.0,3.0)
Age(years) 0.003 0.681 0.183 0.563
<50 4.0(2.0,9.0) 7.5(5.5,9.3) 7.0(3.0,10.0) 2.0(1.0,4.0)
≥50 3.0(0.0,6.0) 7.5(5.0,10.8) 5.0(3.0,7.0) 2.0(1.0,3.0)
H. pylori IgG 0.359 / 0.515 0.659
EIU < 34 3.0(1.0,6.0) 7.5(5.0,10.0) 5.0(3.0,9.3) 2.0(1.0,3.0)
EIU ≥ 34 2.0(0.0,6.0) / 6.0(4.0,8.8) 2.0(1.0,3.5)
In situ PGII staining
Sex 0.073 0.363 0.245 0.643
Female 3.0(1.0,7.0) 7.0(4.5,11.0) 6.0(4.0,9.0) 3.0(1.0,5.0)
Male 5.0(2.0,7.0) 9.0(7.5,10.0) 5.0(3.0,9.0) 2.0(1.3,4.0)
Age(years) 0.003 0.198 0.260 0.173
<50 5.0(2.0,9.0) 7.5(4.0,9.0) 6.5(3.3,9.8) 3.0(2.0,5.8)
≥50 3.0(0.0,6.3) 9.5(6.0,11.0) 5.0(2.0,8.0) 2.0(1.0,4.0)
H. pylori IgG 0.942 / 0.344 0.069
EIU < 34 3.0(1.0,6.0) 8.5(5.8,10.3) 6.0(2.0,9.0) 2.0(1.0,3.0)
EIU ≥ 34 3.0(0.0,6.0) / 5.5(4.0,9.8) 3.0(2.0,5.5)
In situ PGI/PGII staining
Sex 0.453 0.123 1.000 0.650
Female 0.8(0.4,1.3) 0.8(0.5,1.0) 1.0(0.7,1.5) 0.6(0.2,1.2)
Male 0.8(0.0,1.1) 1.0(0.8,1.2) 1.0(0.7,1.5) 0.8(0.4,1.0)
Age(years) 0.011 0.530 0.864 0.462
<50 1.0(0.6,1.3) 1.0(0.6,1.6) 1.0(0.7,1.4) 1.0(0.4,1.0)
≥50 0.7(0.0,1.0) 01.0(0.8,1.0) 1.0(0.7,1.5) 0.7(0.1,1.0)
H. pylori IgG 0.062 / 0.763 0.599
EIU < 34 0.9(0.3,1.4) 1.0(0.7,1.1) 1.0(0.7,1.5) 0.8(0.2,2.5)
EIU ≥ 34 0.6(0.0,1.0) / 1.0(0.7,1.4) 0.7(0.4,1.0)

a, IRS of PGI, PGII and PGI/II ratio were represented as median (25%, 75%); b, in situ expression of PGI, PGII, PGI/II ratio between two groups were compared by Mann–Whitney test. Analyses results with P < 0.05 were highlighted in bold characters.

Li et al.

Li et al. BMC Clinical Pathology 2013 13:22   doi:10.1186/1472-6890-13-22

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