Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 11 pp 15433—15443

Galectin-3/adiponectin as a new biological indicator for assessing the risk of type 2 diabetes: a cross-sectional study in a community population

Predictive accuracy of three models to assess the risk of type 2 diabetes. (A) Receiver operating characteristic curve of three models; (B) Decision curve analysis of three models; (C) Calibration curve of combination+lipids+galectin-3/adiponectin model. Model A: combination model (including the noninvasive factors BMI, WC, body fat and DBP) Model B: combination + lipids model (additionally including the invasive screening factors TC, TG and HDL-C) Model C: combination + lipids + galectin-3/adiponectin model (finally including galectin-3/adiponectin).

Figure 2. Predictive accuracy of three models to assess the risk of type 2 diabetes. (A) Receiver operating characteristic curve of three models; (B) Decision curve analysis of three models; (C) Calibration curve of combination+lipids+galectin-3/adiponectin model. Model A: combination model (including the noninvasive factors BMI, WC, body fat and DBP) Model B: combination + lipids model (additionally including the invasive screening factors TC, TG and HDL-C) Model C: combination + lipids + galectin-3/adiponectin model (finally including galectin-3/adiponectin).