Journal of Immunology Research / 2013 / Article / Fig 4

Research Article

Correlation between the Frequency of Th17 Cell and the Expression of MicroRNA-206 in Patients with Dermatomyositis

Figure 4

Levels of miR-206 were decreased in DM patients compared with healthy controls. (a) Serum levels of miR-206 were determined by real-time PCR in serum samples from DM patients and controls. (b) The level of miR-206 in PBMCs was detected by real-time PCR from DM patients and controls. (c) The correlation between the expression of miR-206 and the expression of KLF4 mRNA in DM patients. (d) The correlation between the percentages of Th17 lymphocytes in PBMCs and the expression of miR-206 in DM patients. Horizontal lines show the mean. * .
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