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jso_23199_sm_SupplFigS1.tif365KSupplementary Fig S1. Forest plots for IL-6 gene -174 C/G polymorphism and GC risk in the cumulative meta-analysis over time. A (dominant model: C/C + C/G vs. G/G); B (recessive model: C/C vs. C/G + G/G); C (additive model: C/C vs. G/G); D (allelic model: C allele vs. G allele).
jso_23199_sm_SupplFigS2.tif208KSupplementary Fig S2. Forest plots for IL-6 gene -572 C/G polymorphism and GC risk in the cumulative meta-analysis over time. A (dominant model: C/C + C/G vs. G/G); B (recessive model: C/C vs. C/G + G/G); C (additive model: C/C vs. G/G); D (allelic model: C allele vs. G allele).
jso_23199_sm_SupplFigS3.tif137KSupplementary Fig S3. Galbraith plots for IL-6 gene polymorphisms and GC risk. A: The studies of Zhao et al. [24] and Gatti et al. [18] was outlier in the dominant model of IL-6 gene -174C/G polymorphism. B: The study of Gatti et al. [18] was outlier in the allelic model of IL-6 gene -174C/G polymorphism. C: The study of Xing et al. [25] was outlier in the recessive model of IL-6 gene -572C/G polymorphism.

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