Journal of Immunology Research / 2013 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

An Imbalance between Frequency of CD4+CD25+FOXP3+ Regulatory T Cells and CCR4+ and CCR9+ Circulating Helper T Cells Is Associated with Active Perennial Allergic Conjunctivitis

Table 1

Frequencies of chemokine receptors in patients with PAC and HC.

Chemokine receptorPatients with PACHealthy controls
MD (IQR-Range)MD (IQR-Range)

CCR4+19% (15.8–40.6)10% (9.6–14.2)0.004
CCR7+35% (17–47.7)33% (29.2–37.4)0.688
CCR7−65% (52.3–83)67% (62.6–70.8)0.688
CCR9+18% (8–29.8)4% (3.9–6.5)0.01
CD4+CCR4+42% (31.1–53.8)23% (20.8–43.8)0.03
CD4+CCR7+67% (45.6–77.6)61% (24.8–76)0.433
CD4+CCR7−33% (22.4–54.4)39% (24–75.2)0.433
CD4+CCR9+18% (8–29.8)4% (3.8–6.5)0.01

MD: Median, IQR: Interquartile range.

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