%0 DATA
%A Heather L., Teague
%A Nevin J., Varghese
%A Lam, C. Tsoi
%A Amit K., Dey
%A Michael S., Garshick
%A Joanna I., Silverman
%A Yvonne, Baumer
%A Charlotte L., Harrington
%A Erin, Stempinski
%A Youssef A., Elnabawi
%A Pradeep, K. Dagur
%A Kairong, Cui
%A Ilker, Tunc
%A Fayaz, Seifuddin
%A Aditya A., Joshi
%A Elena, Stansky
%A Monica M., Purmalek
%A Justin A., Rodante
%A Andrew, Keel
%A Tarek Z., Aridi
%A Carmelo, Carmona-Rivera
%A Gregory E., Sanda
%A Marcus, Y. Chen
%A Mehdi, Pirooznia
%A J. Philip, McCoy
%A Joel M., Gelfand
%A Keji, Zhao
%A Johann, E. Gudjonsson
%A Martin P., Playford
%A Mariana J., Kaplan
%A Jeffrey S., Berger
%A Nehal N., Mehta
%D 2019
%T Figure 5: Percentage of LDGs to Spontaneously Form NETs Is Associated With Circulating Platelet Counts
%U https://multimedia.onlinejacc.org/articles/Figure_5_Percentage_of_LDGs_to_Spontaneously_Form_NETs_Is_Associated_With_Circulating_Platelet_Counts/8253686
%R 10.25407/JACBTS.8253686.v1
%2 https://multimedia.onlinejacc.org/ndownloader/files/15429794
%K cardiovascular disease
%K low-density granulocytes
%K neutrophils
%K platelets
%K psoriasis
%X **(A)** The product of platelets and LDGs in circulation is associated with NCB; however, **(B)** this relationship is absent with the product of platelets and NDGs. **(C)** LDGs spontaneously form NETs at a **(D)** higher frequency than NDGs (n = 9). Data are represented as mean ± SEM. Significance was established by an unpaired Mann-Whitney Student’s *t*-test and set at ***p < 0.001. **(E)** The percentage of LDGs (n = 8) to undergo spontaneous NETosis is associated with the frequency of circulating platelets. Abbreviation as in Figures 1, 2, and 3.