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Table 1 Chi-square analyses and univariate logistic regression for the risk of DCH in Malaysian cats

From: Molecular detection and characterisation of Domestic Cat Hepadnavirus (DCH) from blood and liver tissues of cats in Malaysia

Factors Categories Prevalence P value OR 95% CI
Paired Sample Positive 5/13 (38.5%) < 0.001 0.098 0.051–0.188
Negative 0/74 (0%)*
Origin Shelter 7/108 (6.48%)* 0.016 2.862 1.184–6.916
Pet Cats 24/145 (16.55%)
Age Class < 2 years old 11/133 (8.27%)* 0.042 2.218 1.105–4.848
Adult 20/120 (16.7%)
Sex Male 20/132 (15.2%) 0.142 0.56 0.256–1.223
Female 11/121 (9.1%)*
ALT Normal 11/135 (8.15%)* 0.012 3.006 1.239–7.294
Abnormal 12/57 (21.05%)
ALP Normal 22/169 (13.02%) 0.966 0.955 0.112–8.135
Abnormal 1/8 (12.5%)*
Urea Normal 17/132 (12.88%) 0.725 0.846 0.332–2.157
Abnormal 7/63 (11.11%)*
Creatinine Normal 20/168 (11.9%)* 0.563 1.41 0.439–4.527
Abnormal 4/25 (16%)
FIV Positive 1/2 (50%) 0.458 2.783 0.167–46.333
Negative 23/87 (26.44%)*
FeLV Positive 4/5 (80%) 0.006 12.8 1.352–121.212
Negative 20/84 (23.81%)*
  1. OR Odds ratio, OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence interval, *Reference for analysis, numbers in bold indicate p<0.05, ALT Alanine transferase, ALP Alkaline phosphatase, FIV Feline immunodeficiency virus, FeLV Feline leukemia virus