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Figure 4 | Clinical and Translational Allergy

Figure 4

From: Inhaled corticosteroid treatment for 6 months was not sufficient to normalize phagocytosis in asthmatic children

Figure 4

Influence of inhaled corticosteroid treatment on the phagocytic capacity of monocytes via opsonin receptors in children with mild, moderate and severe persistent asthma before and during the 3rdand 6thmonths of treatment compared to healthy controls using sensitized Saccharomyces cerevisiae . The data are expressed as the median, quartile and extreme values. The outlier data are indicated. Top: average number of S. cerevisiae yeast cells ingested by phagocytosing monocytes (A, D, G); Middle: percentage of monocytes engaged in phagocytosis (B, E, H); Bottom: monocyte phagocytic index (C, F, I). The statistical differences are marked in the graphics and in text.

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