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Table 2 Higher abundant HFF proteins in overweight status women (n = 22)

From: Human follicular fluid proteome reveals association between overweight status and oocyte maturation abnormality

Swiss-Prot accession numberProtein nameRatio (Mean ± SD) overweight status/normal weight
P21926CD9 antigen2.104 ± 0.152
P02788Lactotransferrin2.018 ± 0.027
P01861Immunoglobulin heavy constant gamma 41.833 ± 0.085
P07108Acyl-CoA-binding protein1.810 ± 0.042
P15309Prostatic acid phosphatase1.805 ± 0.059
P02751Fibronectin1.759 ± 0.043
P03973Antileukoproteinase1.747 ± 0.123
P07288Prostate-specific antigen1.715 ± 0.061
P08118Beta-microseminoprotein1.696 ± 0.073
Q16610Extracellular matrix protein 11.617 ± 0.056
Q12841Follistatin-related protein 11.584 ± 0.083
P12277Creatine kinase B-type1.572 ± 0.200
P02763Alpha-1-acid glycoprotein 11.558 ± 0.062
Q14508WAP four-disulfide core domain protein 21.555 ± 0.095
P54108Cysteine-rich secretory protein 31.546 ± 0.060
P61916Epididymal secretory protein E11.541 ± 0.039
P15144Aminopeptidase N1.540 ± 0.015
P13473Lysosome-associated membrane glycoprotein 21.470 ± 0.110
O60635Tetraspanin-11.464 ± 0.048
Q08380Galectin-3-binding protein1.460 ± 0.032
P35542Serum amyloid A-4 protein1.426 ± 0.066
P61769Beta-2-microglobulin1.421 ± 0.142
  1. Annotations of altered proteins identified in HFF from the overweight status women compared with the normal weight women. Values > 1.380 (p < 0.01) correspond to higher abundance in the overweight status women group. Standard deviation (SD)