Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2020 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Correlation of Redox Status with Procalcitonin and C-reactive Protein in Septic Patients

Figure 2

(a) Activity of superoxide dismutase () in lysate samples of healthy participants and patients with sepsis and septic shock 72 h after admission. (b) Activity of reduced glutathione () in lysate samples of healthy participants and patients with sepsis and septic shock 72 h after admission. (c) Activity of catalase () in lysate samples of healthy participants and patients with sepsis and septic shock 72 h after admission. Results are presented as . Statistical significance is considered if the was equal or below 0.05: (A) healthy vs. sepsis operated, (B) heathy vs. sepsis nonoperated, (C) healthy vs. shock operated, (D) healthy vs. shock nonoperated, (E) sepsis operated vs. sepsis nonoperated, (F) shock operated vs. shock nonoperated, (G) sepsis nonoperated vs. shock nonoperated, and (H) sepsis operated vs. shock operated.
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