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From: Host serum miR-223 is a potential new biomarker for Schistosoma japonicum infection and the response to chemotherapy

Figure 2

Correlation between serum miR-223 expression level and liver hydroxyproline content in the infected mice. Mice were infected percutaneously with 16 S. japonicum cercariae, and sacrificed at 0, 42, 56, 70 days after infection to harvest the serum and liver samples (nā€‰=ā€‰6). Hydroxyproline content of liver samples (A) and miR-223 expression level of serum samples (B) from the four groups were determined, respectively. (C) Correlation analysis between the liver hydroxyproline content the serum miR-223 expression level was performed. Eggs trapped in the liver tissue (D) and adult parasites living in the mesenteric veins (E) were counted. (F) Correlation analysis between the liver egg burden and the serum miR-223 expression level was performed.

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