Table 3 The values of the concentrations in samples.

From: Serum proteins may facilitate the identification of Kawasaki disease and promote in vitro neutrophil infiltration

  S100A8 S100A9 S100A12 PRDX2 DEFA1 ORM1
Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD
HC 226.6 147.8 41.6 37.7 173.1 209.3 4,836.0 1,802.2 607.8 445.1 1,159.8 596.0
FC 434.5 231.3 75.6 46.3 405.5 544.3 3,610.6 1,653.8 1,344.6 1,510.7 3,222.2 1,229.3
KD 708.4 154.2 116.8 33.5 757.9 594.4 2,645.6 2,327.9 2,643.7 2,482.2 5,345.3 1,416.4
Pre-IVIG 717.8 137.7 117.3 31.3 769.2 588.9 2,809.8 2,287.7 2,596.6 2,316.6 5,328.3 1,455.4
Post-IVIG 206.7 62.9 22.7 15.4 387.3 384.6 2,323.3 1,431.2 1,639.7 1,362.5 4,714.4 1,542.3
Convalescent 76.1 51.0 9.5 12.5 142.2 178.2 2,670.7 1,276.6 350.6 320.9 1,068.0 563.5
  1. We used ELISA to determine the concentrations of s in serum samples. There are 37, 28, 78, 63, 63 and 63 samples in the HC (healthy control), FC (fever control), KD, pre-IVIG (KD subjects at the acute phase without IVIG treatment), post-IVIG (KD subjects three days after IVIG treatment) and convalescent (KD subjects three weeks after IVIG treatment) sets, respectively. Since only 63 of the 78 KD subjects were followed after IVIG administration, the pre-IVIG set is a subset of KD set. For ORM1, the unit is µg/ml; for the others, the unit is ng/ml.