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From: Dengue NS1 antigen as a marker of severe clinical disease

Figure 2

Dengue NS1 positivity and severity of clinical disease. A: Aspartate transaminase levels in patients who were NS1 antigen positive and also of those who were NS1 antigen negative at the time of admission. The bar represents the mean. B: Alanine transaminase levels in patients who were NS1 antigen positive and also of those who were NS1 antigen negative at the time of admission. The bar represents the mean. C: Correlation of white cell counts of patients with dengue infection with NS1 antigen levels (Panbio units). p < 0.0001, Spearman's R: -0.52. D: Correlation of the lowest lymphocytes observed during the course of the illness in patients with dengue infection with NS1 antigen levels (Panbio units). p < 0.0001, Spearman's R = -0.48. E: Correlation of the lowest neutrophils observed during the course of the illness in patients with dengue infection with NS1 antigen levels (Panbio units). p < 0.0001, Spearman's R = -0.39.

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