Figure 5: Percentage of LDGs to Spontaneously Form NETs Is Associated With Circulating Platelet Counts
TeagueHeather L.
VargheseNevin J.
C. TsoiLam
DeyAmit K.
GarshickMichael S.
SilvermanJoanna I.
BaumerYvonne
HarringtonCharlotte L.
StempinskiErin
ElnabawiYoussef A.
K. DagurPradeep
CuiKairong
TuncIlker
SeifuddinFayaz
JoshiAditya A.
StanskyElena
PurmalekMonica M.
RodanteJustin A.
KeelAndrew
AridiTarek Z.
Carmona-RiveraCarmelo
SandaGregory E.
Y. ChenMarcus
PiroozniaMehdi
McCoyJ. Philip
GelfandJoel M.
ZhaoKeji
E. GudjonssonJohann
PlayfordMartin P.
KaplanMariana J.
BergerJeffrey S.
MehtaNehal N.
2019
<b>(A)</b> The product of platelets and LDGs in circulation is associated with NCB; however, <b>(B)</b> this relationship is absent with the product of platelets and NDGs. <b>(C)</b> LDGs spontaneously form NETs at a <b>(D)</b> higher frequency than NDGs (n = 9). Data are represented as mean ± SEM. Significance was established by an unpaired Mann-Whitney Student’s <i>t</i>-test and set at ***p < 0.001. <b>(E)</b> 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.