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Table 1

Characteristics of individuals included in the analysis

Control subjectsIndividuals with T1D diagnosed at <7 yearsIndividuals with T1D diagnosed at 7–13 yearsIndividuals with T1D diagnosed at ≥13 years
n 18,485 3,121 3,757 1,708 
Age at diagnosis (years), median (IQR) [range] NA 4 (2, 5) [0, 6.9] 10 (8, 11) [7, 12.9] 15 (13, 21) [13, 50.3] 
Sex (female) 9,771 (52.9) 1,528 (49.0) 1,968 (52.4) 743 (43.5) 
Asia-Pacific 925 (5) 28 (0.9) 26 (0.7) 52 (3.0) 
Central Europe 1,681 (9.1) 52 (1.7) 63 (1.7) 156 (9.1) 
Finland 2,824 (15.3) 100 (3.2) 152 (4.0) 434 (25.4) 
Northern Ireland 478 (2.6) 222 (7.1) 248 (6.6) 35 (2.0) 
U.K. 10,593 (57.3) 2,662 (85.3) 3,206 (85.3) 923 (54) 
U.S. 1,984 (10.7) 57 (1.8) 62 (1.7) 108 (6.3) 
Control subjectsIndividuals with T1D diagnosed at <7 yearsIndividuals with T1D diagnosed at 7–13 yearsIndividuals with T1D diagnosed at ≥13 years
n 18,485 3,121 3,757 1,708 
Age at diagnosis (years), median (IQR) [range] NA 4 (2, 5) [0, 6.9] 10 (8, 11) [7, 12.9] 15 (13, 21) [13, 50.3] 
Sex (female) 9,771 (52.9) 1,528 (49.0) 1,968 (52.4) 743 (43.5) 
Asia-Pacific 925 (5) 28 (0.9) 26 (0.7) 52 (3.0) 
Central Europe 1,681 (9.1) 52 (1.7) 63 (1.7) 156 (9.1) 
Finland 2,824 (15.3) 100 (3.2) 152 (4.0) 434 (25.4) 
Northern Ireland 478 (2.6) 222 (7.1) 248 (6.6) 35 (2.0) 
U.K. 10,593 (57.3) 2,662 (85.3) 3,206 (85.3) 923 (54) 
U.S. 1,984 (10.7) 57 (1.8) 62 (1.7) 108 (6.3) 

Data are presented as n (%), unless otherwise noted. IQR, interquartile range; T1D, type 1 diabetes.

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