Supplementary Figure 1: Mass cytometric analysis of fetal intestinal immune cells. | Nature Immunology

Supplementary Figure 1: Mass cytometric analysis of fetal intestinal immune cells.

From: Memory CD4+ T cells are generated in the human fetal intestine

Supplementary Figure 1

(a) Biaxial plots from one fetal intestine showing the gating strategy for single, live, CD45+ cells analyzed by mass cytometry (n = 7). (b) First-level HSNE embedding of CD45+ immune cells (n = 224,286) derived from fetal intestines (n = 7). Each dot represents a landmark. The size of each landmark is proportional to the number of cells that the landmark represents. Colors indicate ArcSinh5-transformed expression values. (c) t-SNE embedding showing all CD4+ T cells (n = 110,332) derived from fetal intestines (n = 7). Colors indicate the ArcSinh5-transformed expression values.

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