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Table 1 Summary of the percentage of cells stained for CD3, CD4, CD8, CD20, and CD163 cell markers within the Gorham-Stout disease sample

From: Gorham-Stout case report: a multi-omic analysis reveals recurrent fusions as new potential drivers of the disease

Sample Positive (%) Rho P value
CD3 8.22 0.997  < 0.0001
CD4 0.06 0.986  < 0.0001
CD8 5.93 0.991  < 0.0001
CD20 4.86 0.995  < 0.0001
CD163 20.01 0.996  < 0.0001
  1. The biopsy sections were stained with the following cell markers: CD3, CD4, CD8, CD20, and CD163. Positively stained cells (expressed as a percentage of total cells) were automatically counted using QuPath (version 0.2.0-m7). The methodology was verified by comparing manual counting with QuPath counting in 0.2 mm. [44,45,46] areas selected randomly across the different sections. Pearson’s correlation (Rho) and P values were calculated