||For MDD:Allele T, unadjusted analyses, OR=1.12, 95%CI=0.790-1.59, P-value = 0.519;adjusted analyses, OR=1.13, 95%CI=0.785-1.59, P-value = 0.542. Recessive:genotype TT and TC, unadjusted analyses, OR=1.07, 95%CI=0.359-2.57, P-value = 0.893;adjusted analyses, OR=1.08, 95%CI=0.364-2.62, P-value = 0.87 .Dominant:genotype TT, unadjusted analyses, OR=0.85, 95%CI=0.562-1.26, P-value = 0.428;adjusted analyses, OR=0.847, 95%CI=0.560-1.26, P-value = 0.422. Co-dominant:genotype TT, unadjusted analyses, OR=0.898, 95%CI=0.401-1.78, P-value = 0.761;adjusted analyses, OR=0.898, 95%CI=0.403-1.79, P-value = 0.773;Co-dominant:genotype TC, unadjusted analyses, OR=1.3, 95%CI=0.550-2.86, P-value = 0.525;adjusted analyses, OR=1.32, 95%CI=0.557-2.91, P-value = 0.504
||No significant association was observed.
||chi-square test: 1. total samples:P-value = 0.833(Genotype), P-value = 0.972(Allele) in MDD 2. male samples: P-value = 0.451(Genotype), P-value = 0.746(Allele) in MDD 3. female samples: P-value = 0.648(Genotype), P-value = 0.872(Allele) in MDD
||We did not find an association between these tag SNPs and Japanese schizophrenia, BP or MDD in any of the analyses.