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Fig. 3 | BMC Cancer

Fig. 3

From: Altered monocyte differentiation and macrophage polarization patterns in patients with breast cancer

Fig. 3

Comparison of M1-, M2a-, M2b-, and M2c-like macrophages in peripheral blood PM-2 K+CD14 cells in patients with breast cancer and healthy controls. (a) The percentages of M1-like macrophages out of the PM-2 K+CD14 cells were significantly lower in patients with breast cancer than the in healthy controls. (b) The percentages of M2a-like macrophages out of the PM-2 K+CD14 cells were not significantly different between patients with breast cancer and healthy controls. The percentages of (c) M2b- and (d) M2c-like macrophages out of the PM-2 K+CD14 cells were significantly higher in patients with breast cancer than in healthy controls. ***p < 0.001

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