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Figure 5 | Journal of Neuroinflammation

Figure 5

From: Cytokine profiles by peripheral blood monocytes are associated with changes in behavioral symptoms following immune insults in a subset of ASD subjects: an inflammatory subtype?

Figure 5

Production of IL-10 in response to lipopoloysaccharide (LPS) (Panel A), zymosan (Panel B), and CL097 (Panel C) by autism spectrum disorder-inflammatory subtype (ASD-IS) peripheral blood (PB) monocytes. The data are expressed as ratios of IL-10 produced with stimuli divided by IL-10 produced in the absence of stimuli. ASD-IS cells revealed lower values in the `flare’ state than in the `non-flare’ state (P <0.005 for LPS, P <0.05 for zymosan and CL097 by Wilcoxon rank sum test).

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