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Coefficients (beta, standard error) and P values (as −log10(P)) for individual terms composing several relevant logistic regression models for predicting SLE risk in a European ancestry cohort of 6,748 SLE cases and 11,516 controls and an African American cohort of 1,494 SLE cases and 5,908 controls. Each analysis also included ancestry-specific covariates. For each model, the Akaike information criterion (AIC) and overall P value (as determined by Chi-squared likelihood-ratio test) are given on the right to indicate the relative strengths of similar models for each ancestry cohort.