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Fig. 3 | BMC Immunology

Fig. 3

From: Long-term leukocyte reconstitution in NSG mice transplanted with human cord blood hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells

Fig. 3

Cross-sectional analysis of human cell chimerism, absolute human cell count and B and T cells in peripheral blood at week 16, 24, or 32 post-transplantation. Human cell chimerism, absolute human cell count and percentages of B and T cells were assessed in peripheral blood cross-sectionally at week 16, 24 or 32 post-transplantation. a percentage and absolute count of human cells (CD45+), b percentage of B cells (CD19+) and T cells (CD3+), c percentage of CD4+ and CD8+ cells within the T cell population. A, left, B and C: each symbol represents an individual mouse; data are derived from multiple groups of mice per time point (number of groups: 16 weeks: n= 9, 24 weeks: n= 7, 32 weeks: n= 4; number of mice per group: 3–11); each group of mice was transplanted with cells derived from a different cord blood. A, right: each symbol represents an individual mouse; data are derived from two (16 and 32 weeks) or three (24 weeks) different groups of mice, which are indicated by different symbols (open/closed); each group was transplanted with cells derived from a different cord blood

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