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Table 5 Significant predictors of eGFR after one and 2 years of follow-up

From: High urinary interleukin-2 in late post-transplant period portends a risk of decline in kidney allograft function: a preliminary study

Predictive variables eGFR after 1 year of follow-up eGFR after 2 years of follow-up
Time post-transplant   − 0.369 (0.176), p = 0.045
Ln mean arterial pressurec − 0.645a (0.144)b, p < 0.001 − 0.619 (0.148), p < 0.001
eGFR at baseline 0.786 (0.117), p < 0.001 0.733 (0.129), p < 0.001
Ln proteinuria/Crc − 0.657 (0.143), p < 0.001 − 0.674 (0.140), p < 0.001
Ln IL-2/Crc − 0.481 (0.169), p = 0.008 − 0.502 (0.166), p = 0.006
Ln IL-8c − 0.616 (0.172), p = 0.002 − 0.594 (0.176), p = 0.003
Ln IL-10c − 0.393 (0.177), p = 0.035  
  1. Only variables that significantly influenced the eGFR in univariate analysis are included
  2. eGFR, estimated glomerular filtration rate; IL-2, interleukin 2; IL-8, interleukin 8; IL-10, interleukin 10; Cr, creatinine; p, level of statistical significance
  3. aStandardized regression coefficient (beta)
  4. bStandard error of beta
  5. cNatural log-transformed variables