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Table 2 Associations between normalized initial glycans and inflammation markers

From: Ischemic stroke is associated with the pro-inflammatory potential of N-glycosylated immunoglobulin G

Glycans CRP TNF-α MMP9 Inflammation
GP1 − 0.024 0.074 0.177** +&
GP2 0.202** 0.071 0.039 +&
GP3 0.070 0.155* − 0.141* /
GP4 0.144* 0.185** 0.013 +#
GP5 − 0.187** − 0.138* − 0.219** −#
GP6 0.202** 0.103 0.170** +#
GP7 0.038 − 0.057 − 0.042 /
GP8 0.106 0.065 0.067 /
GP9 0.009 0.005 − 0.006 /
GP10 0.146* − 0.008 0.198** +#
GP11 0.178** 0.008 0.244** +#
GP12 − 0.073 − 0.186** − 0.051 /
GP13 − 0.014 − 0.046 − 0.065 −&
GP14 − 0.216** − 0.198** − 0.094 −#
GP15 − 0.072 − 0.159* − 0.069 −&
GP16 0.073 0.017 0.108 /
GP17 − 0.084 − 0.110 − 0.077 /
GP18 − 0.156* − 0.165* − 0.036 −#
GP19 − 0.045 0.053 − 0.012 /
GP20 − 0.076 0.034 − 0.129 /
GP21 − 0.139* − 0.057 − 0.025 /
GP22 0.012 0.025 0.044 /
GP23 − 0.201** − 0.038 − 0.215** −#
GP24 − 0.021 0.074 − 0.017 /
  1. # there are more than two significant and consistent inflammation markers. & the result is a combination of previous studies. + the association between glycans and inflammation is positive. − the association between glycans and inflammation is negative. / the association between glycans and inflammation remains unclear. CRP C-reactive protein, TNF-α tumor necrosis factor-alpha, MMP9 matrix metalloproteinase-9
  2. *Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level
  3. **Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level