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Table 2 Adiponectin concentration broken down according to laboratory parameters

From: Association of adiponectin with hepatic steatosis: a study of 1,349 subjects in a random population sample

  N Adiponectin (μg/ml) Mean ± SD
ALT   
Normal 1172 11.68 ± 6.38
Elevated 177 9.13 ± 5.05
AST   
Normal 1319 11.36 ± 6.22
Elevated 30 10.55 ± 8.32
GGT   
Normal 1196 11.34 ± 6.22
Elevated 114 11.02 ± 7.08
Reduced 39 12.55 ± 5.36
AP   
Normal 1167 11.03 ± 6.27
Elevated 7 13.98 ± 7.43
Reduced 175 13.38 ± 5.91
Triglycerides   
Normal 952 12.25 ± 6.65
Increased 397 9.19 ± 4.63
Cholesterol   
Normal 500 10.98 ± 6.58
Increased 849 11.56 ± 6.09
HDL-Cholesterol   
Normal 1050 10.22 ± 5.39
Increased 299 15.32 ± 7.46
LDL-Cholesterol   
Normal 538 11.58 ± 6.49
Erhöht 811 11.19 ± 6.13
Random Glucose   
Normal 1305 11.32 ± 6.27
Elevated 37 11.70 ± 5.72
Reduced 7 14.21 ± 10.16
CRP   
Normal 1192 11.48 ± 6.30
Elevated 157 10.34 ± 6.03
HOMA   
Normal 211 10.49 ± 6.46
Elevated 33 9.20 ± 5.66
  1. ALT = Alanine aminotransferase, AP = Alkaline phosphatase, AST = Aspartate aminotransferase, CRP = C-reactive protein, GGT = γ-glutamyl-transferase, HDL = High Density Lipoprotein, HOMA = Homeostasis Model Assessment, LDL = Low Density Lipoprotein Random-Glucose = Glucose independent of meal times; HOMA = Homeostasis Model Assessment, SD = standard deviation.