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sEMMPRIN in sera was not altered in different inflammatory conditions.

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posted on 2016-10-11, 17:35 authored by Deepak K. Kaushik, Heather Y. F. Yong, Jennifer N. Hahn, Claudia Silva, Steven Casha, R. John Hurlbert, Francois H. Jacques, Robert Lisak, Omar Khan, Carolina Ionete, Catherine Larochelle, Alex Prat, Amit Bar-Or, V. Wee Yong

sEMMPRIN in sera from HC (healthy controls) and patients with CD (Crohn’s disease), UC (ulcerative colitis), T1D (Type 1 diabetes) or RRMS were measured by ELISA. The number of subjects is shown in parentheses. The scatter plot shows that sEMMPRIN levels did not significantly differ between the groups (one-way ANOVA with Tukey’s post hoc test). Values are represented in pg/ml, with each entry representing a single subject performed in duplicate, and data is represented as mean ± SD.