Six-Gene Signature Associated with Immune Cells in the Progression of Atherosclerosis Discovered by Comprehensive Bioinformatics Analyses
(a) Correlation between gene expressions and the relative percentages of immune cells in the AA group. (b) Scatterplots illustrate the relationship between four common gene expressions (CD53, C1QC, NCF2, and ITGAM) and the relative proportions of these three types of immune cells (T cell CD8, macrophage M0, and macrophage M2). Gray-shaded areas in scatterplots represent the standard errors of the regression lines. : correlation coefficient. Icon indicates the four common genes.
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