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Table 4 Plasma cytokines

From: Cytokine production pattern of T lymphocytes in neonatal arterial ischemic stroke during the first month of life—a case study

pg/mL   Moderate HIE
(n = 17)
Severe HIE
(n = 11)
NAIS
(n = 4)
IL-5 72 h 1.37 (0.00–4.69) 0.20 (0.00–0.46) 3.42 (1.42–6.35)
b, p = 0.01
IL-17 72 h 30.44 (26.65–51.62) 33.91 (29.16–48.02) 62.52 (51.62–645.7)
a, p = 0.04,
b, p = 0.05
MCP-1 72 h 251.9 (87.12–595.6) 678 (214–2311) 1090 (547.2–1254)
a, p = 0.03
IL-4 1 month 1.68 (0.84–2.54) 1.52 (0.84–2.44) 0.55 (0.22–0.89)
a, p = 0.04
b, p = 0.05
IL-12 1 month 18.11 (13.34–39.53) 21.52 (15.96–36.46) 11.74 (10.90–12.06)
a, p = 0.05
b, p = 0.05
IL-17 1 month 32.58 (22.02–51.92) 31.11 (19.50–74.08) 14.75 (10.49–15.85)
a, p = 0.02
b, p = 0.004
  1. The plasma levels of cytokines are shown at different time points. Data are expressed as median and interquartile range; a = moderate HIE vs NAIS, p < 0.05; b = severe HIE vs NAIS, p < 0.05