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Table 3 Pearson’s correlation coefficients (r) among variable

From: Biotin and chromium histidinate improve glucose metabolism and proteins expression levels of IRS-1, PPAR-γ, and NF-κB in exercise-trained rats

  HDL Triglyceride AST ALT Liver IRS Liver PPARγ Liver NF-κB Muscle IRS Muscle PPARγ Muscle NF-κB
Glucose − 0,746** 0,732** 0,045 0,018 −0,852** −0,878** 0,904** −0,854** − 0,869** 0,904**
HDL   −0,626** −0,138 − 0,049 0,855** 0,849** −0,881** 0,809** 0,817** −0,881**
Triglyceride    −0,088 −0,095 − 0,797** −0,782** 0,750** −0,790** − 0,774** 0,750**
AST     0,176 0,290 0,253 −0,280 0,321 0,270 −0,280
ALT      0,265 0,246 −0,242 0,195 0,266 −0,242
Liver IRS       0,955** −0,953** 0,970** 0,960** −0,953**
Liver PPARγ        −0,955** 0,965** 0,984** −0,955**
Liver NF-κB         −0,946** − 0,956** 0,999**
Muscle IRS          0,972** −0,946**
Muscle PPARγ           −0,956**
  1. HDL: High-Density Lipoprotein, AST: Aspartate aminotransferase, ALT: Alanine aminotransferase. PPAR-γ: peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma, IRS-1: insulin receptor substrate-1, NF-κB: nuclear transcription factor kappa B
  2. ** Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level.