Mediators of Inflammation / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Short-Term High-NaCl Dietary Intake Changes Leukocyte Expression of VLA-4, LFA-1, and Mac-1 Integrins in Both Healthy Humans and Sprague-Dawley Rats: A Comparative Study

Table 3

The effect of high-salt intake on the frequencies of cells expressing CD11b, CD11a, CD49d, and CD66b on peripheral blood leukocyte subpopulations of young healthy human subjects.

Peripheral blood leukocytesLS dietHS diet

Granulocytes % parent0.347
 CD11b+ granulocytes % parent0.018
 CD11a+ granulocytes % parent100.0100.01.000
 CD49+ granulocytes % parent0.456
 CD66b+ granulocytes % parent0.022
Monocytes % parent0.287
 CD11b+ monocytes % parent0.008
 CD11a+ monocytes % parent100.0100.01.000
 CD49d+ monocytes % parent0.689
Lymphocytes % parent0.723
 CD11b+ lymphocytes % parent0.009
 CD11a+ total lymphocytes % parent0.563
 CD11a very high lymphocytes % parent0.002
 CD11a high lymphocytes % parent0.002
 CD49d+ lymphocytes % parent0.012

LS: low-salt diet; HS: high-salt diet; per group; data was compared using a paired -test, and was considered significant.

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