Wed that the PvuII polymorphism may increase the risk of endometrial cancer under the allele and homozygous models (T allele vs. C allele: OR = 1.08, 95 CI: 1.00?.17, P = 0.043; TT vs. CC: OR = 1.18, 95 CI: 1.0021.38, P = 0.043) (Figure 2). However, no associations were observed under the dominant, recessive and heterozygous models (all P.0.05). Further subgroup analyses showed that there were significant associations between PvuII polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk in Caucasian populations, population-based and DNA sequencing subgroups (as shown in Table 2).ESR1 Polymorphisms and Endometrial Cancer RiskTable 1. Characteristics of included studies in this meta-analysis.First author [Ref]YearCountry Ethnicity Number Case ControlSource Case Control PB PBSampleGenotype 23977191 methodsGeneSNP IDAlternate namesQuality scoresWeiderpass 2000 et al [17]Sweden CaucasianBloodPCR-RFLPESRrs2234693 (C)T) rs9340799 (A.G) VNTR (S/L)PvuII XbaI VNTR PvuII Codon 243 Codon 325 PvuII XbaI XbaI PvuII XbaI PvuII STR PvuII XbaI Codon 243 Codon 325 XbaI PvuII VNTR Codon 325 PvuII XbaI Codon 243 Codon 325 ???PvuIISasaki et al [18]USAAsianHBPBBloodDNA sequencing ESRrs2234693 (C.T) rs4986934 (C.T) rs1801132 (C.G)Iwamoto et al [19]JapanAsianHBHBBloodPCR-RFLPESRrs2234693 (C.T) rs9340799 (A.G)Shan et al [20]ChinaAsianHBHBBloodPCR-RFLPESRrs9340799 (A.G) rs2234693 (C.T)Yang et al [21]ChinaAsianHBHBTissuePCR-RFLPESRrs9340799 (A.G) rs2234693 (C.T)Wedren et al [22]Sweden CaucasianPBPBTissueDNA sequencing ESRrs2234670 (S/L) rs2234693 (C.T) rs9340799 (A.G) rs4986934 (C.T) rs1801132 (C.G)Sobczuk et al [23]PolandCaucasianHBHBTissuePCR-RFLPESRrs9340799 (A.G) rs2234693 (C.T)Ashton et al [24] Sliwinski et al [25] Yang et al [7]2010 2010Australia Caucasian 191 Poland USA Caucasian 100 Caucasian291 100HB HB PBPB HB PBBlood Blood BloodDNA sequencing ESR1 PCR-RFLP BeadArray ESR1 ESRVNTR (S/L) rs1801132 (C.G) rs2234693 (C.T) rs9340799 (A.G) rs4986934 (C.T) rs1801132 (C.G) rs3020314 (C.T)25 24Li et al [27] Somatostatin-14 manufacturer Healey et al [26] Lundin et al [8]2011 2011China UKAsianPB HB HBPB PB HBBlood/ Tissue Blood BloodTaqMan assay MassArray TaqMan assayESR1 ESR1 ESRrs2046210 (G.A) rs3020314 (C.T) rs2234693 (C.T)34 33Caucasian 4188 11928Sweden CaucasianRef = reference; HB = hospital-based; PB = population-based; PCR-RELP = polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060851.tSeven studies referred to the SPI 1005 association between XbaI (A.G) polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk. The heterogeneity was significantly observed under the allele, recessive and homozygous models (P.0.05), which might result from the difference in ethnicity, country, source of controls and genotype methods, so the random effects model was used. Meta-analysis of these studies showed no significant associations between XbaI polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk under all five geneticmodels (all P.0.05). Stratified analyses also indicated no significant associations between XbaI polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk in each subgroup (as shown in Table 2). Although a significant association was found in DNA sequencing subgroup, this result might have lacked sufficient reliability due to the estimation error from the effect size of a single study. Two of thirteen studies (involved eight clinical trials) reported results on the association between rs3020314 (C.T) polymor-ESR1 Polymorphisms and Endometrial Cancer RiskFigure 2. Forest plot of ORs by random effects model for ESR1 PvuII.Wed that the PvuII polymorphism may increase the risk of endometrial cancer under the allele and homozygous models (T allele vs. C allele: OR = 1.08, 95 CI: 1.00?.17, P = 0.043; TT vs. CC: OR = 1.18, 95 CI: 1.0021.38, P = 0.043) (Figure 2). However, no associations were observed under the dominant, recessive and heterozygous models (all P.0.05). Further subgroup analyses showed that there were significant associations between PvuII polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk in Caucasian populations, population-based and DNA sequencing subgroups (as shown in Table 2).ESR1 Polymorphisms and Endometrial Cancer RiskTable 1. Characteristics of included studies in this meta-analysis.First author [Ref]YearCountry Ethnicity Number Case ControlSource Case Control PB PBSampleGenotype 23977191 methodsGeneSNP IDAlternate namesQuality scoresWeiderpass 2000 et al [17]Sweden CaucasianBloodPCR-RFLPESRrs2234693 (C)T) rs9340799 (A.G) VNTR (S/L)PvuII XbaI VNTR PvuII Codon 243 Codon 325 PvuII XbaI XbaI PvuII XbaI PvuII STR PvuII XbaI Codon 243 Codon 325 XbaI PvuII VNTR Codon 325 PvuII XbaI Codon 243 Codon 325 ???PvuIISasaki et al [18]USAAsianHBPBBloodDNA sequencing ESRrs2234693 (C.T) rs4986934 (C.T) rs1801132 (C.G)Iwamoto et al [19]JapanAsianHBHBBloodPCR-RFLPESRrs2234693 (C.T) rs9340799 (A.G)Shan et al [20]ChinaAsianHBHBBloodPCR-RFLPESRrs9340799 (A.G) rs2234693 (C.T)Yang et al [21]ChinaAsianHBHBTissuePCR-RFLPESRrs9340799 (A.G) rs2234693 (C.T)Wedren et al [22]Sweden CaucasianPBPBTissueDNA sequencing ESRrs2234670 (S/L) rs2234693 (C.T) rs9340799 (A.G) rs4986934 (C.T) rs1801132 (C.G)Sobczuk et al [23]PolandCaucasianHBHBTissuePCR-RFLPESRrs9340799 (A.G) rs2234693 (C.T)Ashton et al [24] Sliwinski et al [25] Yang et al [7]2010 2010Australia Caucasian 191 Poland USA Caucasian 100 Caucasian291 100HB HB PBPB HB PBBlood Blood BloodDNA sequencing ESR1 PCR-RFLP BeadArray ESR1 ESRVNTR (S/L) rs1801132 (C.G) rs2234693 (C.T) rs9340799 (A.G) rs4986934 (C.T) rs1801132 (C.G) rs3020314 (C.T)25 24Li et al [27] Healey et al [26] Lundin et al [8]2011 2011China UKAsianPB HB HBPB PB HBBlood/ Tissue Blood BloodTaqMan assay MassArray TaqMan assayESR1 ESR1 ESRrs2046210 (G.A) rs3020314 (C.T) rs2234693 (C.T)34 33Caucasian 4188 11928Sweden CaucasianRef = reference; HB = hospital-based; PB = population-based; PCR-RELP = polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060851.tSeven studies referred to the association between XbaI (A.G) polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk. The heterogeneity was significantly observed under the allele, recessive and homozygous models (P.0.05), which might result from the difference in ethnicity, country, source of controls and genotype methods, so the random effects model was used. Meta-analysis of these studies showed no significant associations between XbaI polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk under all five geneticmodels (all P.0.05). Stratified analyses also indicated no significant associations between XbaI polymorphism and endometrial cancer risk in each subgroup (as shown in Table 2). Although a significant association was found in DNA sequencing subgroup, this result might have lacked sufficient reliability due to the estimation error from the effect size of a single study. Two of thirteen studies (involved eight clinical trials) reported results on the association between rs3020314 (C.T) polymor-ESR1 Polymorphisms and Endometrial Cancer RiskFigure 2. Forest plot of ORs by random effects model for ESR1 PvuII.

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