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Table 4 Interaction effects between FKBP5 gene methylation status and parenting style on depressive symptoms

From: Associations of FKBP5 polymorphisms and methylation and parenting style with depressive symptoms among Chinese adolescents

Interaction P value*
Parenting style of the father×
FKBP5–12 CpG 1 0.653
FKBP5–12 CpG 2 0.974
FKBP5–12 CpG 3 0.414
FKBP5–12 CpG 4 0.761
FKBP5–12 CpG 5.6.7 0.951
FKBP5–12 CpG 8 0.630
FKBP5–12 CpG 9 0.887
FKBP5–12 CpG 10.11 0.942
FKBP5–12 CpG 12 0.232
FKBP5–12 CpG 13 0.463
FKBP5–12 CpG 14 0.599
FKBP5–12 CpG 15 0.491
FKBP5–12 CpG 17.18.19 0.505
FKBP5–12 CpG 20 0.761
Parenting style of the mother×
FKBP5–12 CpG 1 0.951
FKBP5–12 CpG 2 0.661
FKBP5–12 CpG 3 0.575
FKBP5–12 CpG 4 0.211
FKBP5–12 CpG 5.6.7 0.230
FKBP5–12 CpG 8 0.217
FKBP5–12 CpG 9 0.852
FKBP5–12 CpG 10.11 0.818
FKBP5–12 CpG 12 0.063
FKBP5–12 CpG 13 0.205
FKBP5–12 CpG 14 0.486
FKBP5–12 CpG 15 0.498
FKBP5–12 CpG 17.18.19 0.766
FKBP5–12 CpG 20 0.211
  1. *: The interaction items between FKBP5 methylation status and the parenting style of father/mother were added into the multivariate conditional logistic regression models along with single variables, respectively. Considering the 95% confidence intervals of the odds ratios were too wide, only P values were reported