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Table 1 Leucocyte counts and plasma levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) and soluble TNF alpha receptors

From: Lymphocyte and monocyte flow cytometry immunophenotyping as a diagnostic tool in uncharacteristic inflammatory disorders

Patient group Neutrophils Monocytes Lymphocytes CRP sTNFRI sTNFRII
Gr-
(6.0-32.3)
17.2
(0.6-1.3)
0.8
(0.6-1.7)
1.1
(114-332)
248**
(5.5-10.3)
8.2**
(6.9-21.3)
14.2**
EBV
(1.4-6.0)
4.6
(0.2-0.6)
0.4
(3.2-18.5)
6.9
(2-57)
30*
(0.4-1.8)
1.1
(8.4-13.0)
10.7
Inf
(2.6-9.1)
6.0
(0.1-0.9)
0.5
(0.3-1.7)
0.9
(55-215)
103**
(1.0-2.0)
1.5
(3.3-5.4)
4.4
Tb
(3.4-9.1)
5.8
(0.4-2.5)
1.1
(0.9-4.3)
2.1
(<2-150)
64*
(0.8-11.3)
3.6*
(2.3-20.8)
7.7
Bo
(1.3-12.8)
7.4
(0.4-0.8)
0.6
(1.0-2.1)
1.6
(<2-11)
6
(0.8-2.3)
1.3*
(2.6-3.4)
3.0
MCT
(1.6-2.6)
2.1
(0.1-0.6)
0.4
(0.1-1.4)
0.8
(2-74)
38* 0.6 3.1
N
(0.08-1.3)
1.7-8.0
(1.7-3.6)
0.1-1.0 1.1-4.8 <2 0.4 2.5
  1. Leucocyte count (cells × 109/L), CRP (mg/L), TNF alpha receptors (pg/ml). For the MCT patient group TNF alpha receptors were determined for only one individual. Mean value and range are shown. For the N group (normal controls) leucocyte counts and CRP were not determined, and the displayed values represent the reference value ranges provided by the clinical laboratory performing the analysis of the patient groups. *P < 0.02, **P < 0.01.