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Data from: Generational conservation of composition and diversity of field-acquired midgut microbiota in Anopheles gambiae sensu lato during colonization in the laboratory

Jewelna Akorli, Philomena A. Namaali, Godwin W. Ametsi, Richardson K. Egyirifa & Nana Adjoa P. Pels
The gut microbiota is known to play a role in the mosquito vectors’ life history, which is a subject of increasing research. Laboratory experiments are essential for such studies and require laboratory colonies. In this study, the conservation of field-obtained midgut microbiota was evaluated in laboratory-reared Anopheles gambiae s.l. mosquitoes continuously hatched in water from the field breeding habitats. Pupae and late instars were obtained from the field and reared, and the emerged adults were...

Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa.

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng' Olwal, Precious C Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C Rayner, Gordon A Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
BACKGROUND: West Africa has recorded a relatively higher proportion of asymptomatic coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases than the rest of the world, and West Africa-specific host factors could play a role in this discrepancy. Here, we assessed the association between COVID-19 severity among Ghanaians with their immune profiles and ABO blood groups. METHODS: Plasma samples were obtained from Ghanaians PCR-confirmed severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)-positive individuals. The participants were categorized into symptomatic and...

Additional file 4 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 4. Cytokine concentration levels in COVID-19 patients. Comparison of cytokine concentration levels between COVID-19 symptomatic, asymptomatic patients, pre-COVID-19 health participants, COVID-19 pandemic health individuals and COVID-19 non-survivors. The cytokine concentration levels were measured from plasma of COVID-19 symptomatic (n = 29) and asymptomatic (n = 29), individuals, pre-COVID-19 health participants (100), COVID-19 pandemic health individuals (33) and COVID-19 non-survivors (2). The median quantity of the cytokines is shown by a horizontal line across...

Data from: The temporal dynamics and infectiousness of subpatent Plasmodium falciparum infections in relation to parasite density

Hannah C. Slater, Amanda Ross, Ingrid Felger, Natalie E. Hofmann, Leanne Robinson, Jackie Cook, Bronner P. Gonçalves, Anders Björkman, Andre Lin Ouedraogo, Ulrika Morris, Mwinyi Msellem, Cristian Koepfli, Ivo Mueller, Fitsum Tadesse, Endalamaw Gadisa, Smita Das, Gonzalo Domingo, Melissa Kapulu, Janet Midega, Seth Owusu-Agyei, Cécile Nabet, Renaud Piarroux, Ogobara Doumbo, Safiatou Niare Doumbo, Kwadwo Koram … & Lucy C. Okell
Malaria infections occurring below the limit of detection of standard diagnostics are common in all endemic settings. However, key questions remain surrounding their contribution to sustaining transmission and whether they need to be detected and targeted to achieve malaria elimination. In this study we analyse a range of malaria datasets to quantify the density, detectability, course of infection and infectiousness of subpatent infections. Asymptomatically infected individuals have lower parasite densities on average in low transmission...

SNP data: Comparison of molecular surveillance methods to assess changes in the population genetics of Plasmodium falciparum in high-transmission

Dionne Argyropoulos, Kathryn Tiedje, Shazia Ruybal-Pésantez, Gerry Tonkin-Hill, Qixin He, Mun-Hua Tan, Anita Ghansah, Samantha Deed, Christiana Onwona, Abraham Oduro, Kwadwo Koram, Mercedes Pascual & Karen Day
Genetic diversity and population structure of Plasmodium falciparum are assessed here using three established methods (i) SNP barcoding (panel of 24-biallelic loci), (ii) microsatellite genotyping (panel of 12-multiallelic loci), and (iii) varcoding (fingerprinting var gene diversity, akin to microhaplotyping) to identify changes in parasite population genetics in response to a short-term indoor residual spraying (IRS) intervention. Typical of high seasonal transmission in Africa, multiclonal infections were found in 82.3% (median 3; range 1–18) and 57.8%...

Additional file 7 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 7. The Pearson correlation coefficient (r) between concentration levels of cytokines with significant difference between symptomatic and asymptomatic cases (14 cytokines), and baseline viral loads (Ct value) of the patients at p value<0.05.

Additional file 3 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 3. Antibody profiles among SARS-CoV-2 infected patients. A: The kinetics of IgG in asymptomatic individuals (n = 3) in response to SARS-CoV-2. Data represents the quantity of the multiple time points of the cytokines, B: Differential expression levels of IgG against SARS-CoV-2 spike and nucleocapsid proteins in symptomatic in response to COVID-19. Data represents the median quantity with the 25th and 75th percentiles.

Additional file 8 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 8: Table S1. The median cytokine levels of healthy individuals (n = 124). Table S2. Heathy control samples used in the study.

Additional file 6 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 6. Coronavirus disease 2019’s fatality rate in the world and Africa. The data was retrieved from WHO COVID-19 dashboard ( https://covid19.who.int/ ). The COVID-19 vaccine was rolled out in December 2020 worldwide and in February/March 2021 in Africa.

Additional file 4 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 4. Cytokine concentration levels in COVID-19 patients. Comparison of cytokine concentration levels between COVID-19 symptomatic, asymptomatic patients, pre-COVID-19 health participants, COVID-19 pandemic health individuals and COVID-19 non-survivors. The cytokine concentration levels were measured from plasma of COVID-19 symptomatic (n = 29) and asymptomatic (n = 29), individuals, pre-COVID-19 health participants (100), COVID-19 pandemic health individuals (33) and COVID-19 non-survivors (2). The median quantity of the cytokines is shown by a horizontal line across...

Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Abstract Background West Africa has recorded a relatively higher proportion of asymptomatic coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases than the rest of the world, and West Africa-specific host factors could play a role in this discrepancy. Here, we assessed the association between COVID-19 severity among Ghanaians with their immune profiles and ABO blood groups. Methods Plasma samples were obtained from Ghanaians PCR-confirmed severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)-positive individuals. The participants were categorized into symptomatic...

Additional file 6 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 6. Coronavirus disease 2019’s fatality rate in the world and Africa. The data was retrieved from WHO COVID-19 dashboard ( https://covid19.who.int/ ). The COVID-19 vaccine was rolled out in December 2020 worldwide and in February/March 2021 in Africa.

Additional file 5 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 5. The half-life of cytokines in asymptomatic and symptomatic patients. The cytokine concentration levels were for cytokines with significant difference between symptomatic and asymptomatic cases (14 cytokines), pro-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory and chemokines. The median half-life of the cytokines is shown by a horizontal line across the dot plot while the lower and upper dotted lines represent the 25th and 75th percentiles, respectively. Statistical significance between symptomatic and asymptomatic patients were determined by Mann-Whitney test...

The impact of indoor residual spraying on Plasmodium falciparum microsatellite variation in an area of high seasonal malaria transmission in Ghana, West Africa

Dionne Argyropoulos, Shazia Ruybal‐Pesántez, Samantha L. Deed, Abraham R. Oduro, Samuel K. Dadzie, Maxwell A. Appawu, Victor Asoala, Mercedes Pascual, Kwadwo A. Koram, Karen P. Day, Maxwell A. Appawu, Kathryn E. Tiedje, Victor Asoala, Mercedes Pascual, Kwadwo A. Koram, Karen P. Day & Kathryn E. Tiedje
Here, we report the first population genetic study to examine the impact of indoor residual spraying (IRS) on Plasmodium falciparum in humans. This study was conducted in an area of high seasonal malaria transmission in Bongo District, Ghana. IRS was implemented during the dry season (November-May) in three consecutive years between 2013 and 2015 to reduce transmission and attempt to bottleneck the parasite population in humans towards lower diversity with greater linkage disequilibrium. The study...

Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Abstract Background West Africa has recorded a relatively higher proportion of asymptomatic coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases than the rest of the world, and West Africa-specific host factors could play a role in this discrepancy. Here, we assessed the association between COVID-19 severity among Ghanaians with their immune profiles and ABO blood groups. Methods Plasma samples were obtained from Ghanaians PCR-confirmed severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)-positive individuals. The participants were categorized into symptomatic...

Additional file 7 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 7. The Pearson correlation coefficient (r) between concentration levels of cytokines with significant difference between symptomatic and asymptomatic cases (14 cytokines), and baseline viral loads (Ct value) of the patients at p value<0.05.

Additional file 1 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 1. Cytokine concentration levels in COVID-19 patients. A: Comparison of cytokine concentration levels between COVID-19 symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. The median quantity of the cytokines is shown by a horizontal line across the violin plots while the lower and upper dotted lines represent the 25th and 75th percentiles, respectively. B: Change on cytokine concentration levels over time in COVID-19 positive individuals. The cytokine concentration levels were measured from plasma of COVID-19 symptomatic (n...

Additional file 1 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 1. Cytokine concentration levels in COVID-19 patients. A: Comparison of cytokine concentration levels between COVID-19 symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. The median quantity of the cytokines is shown by a horizontal line across the violin plots while the lower and upper dotted lines represent the 25th and 75th percentiles, respectively. B: Change on cytokine concentration levels over time in COVID-19 positive individuals. The cytokine concentration levels were measured from plasma of COVID-19 symptomatic (n...

Additional file 2 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 2. Change on cytokine concentration levels over time in COVID-19 positive individuals. The cytokine concentration levels analysed from plasma of COVID-19 asymptomatic (n = 3), monthly for four months. The quantity of the cytokines for each sampling month is shown by the line graph.

Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa.

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng' Olwal, Precious C Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C Rayner, Gordon A Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
BACKGROUND: West Africa has recorded a relatively higher proportion of asymptomatic coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases than the rest of the world, and West Africa-specific host factors could play a role in this discrepancy. Here, we assessed the association between COVID-19 severity among Ghanaians with their immune profiles and ABO blood groups. METHODS: Plasma samples were obtained from Ghanaians PCR-confirmed severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)-positive individuals. The participants were categorized into symptomatic and...

Plasmodium infection is associated with cross-reactive antibodies to carbohydrate epitopes on the SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein

Sarah Lapidus, Feimei Liu, Arnau Casanovas-Massana, Yile Dai, John D. Huck, Carolina Lucas, Jon Klein, Renata B. Filler, Madison S. Strine, Mouhamad Sy, Awa B. Deme, Aida S. Badiane, Baba Dieye, Ibrahima Mbaye Ndiaye, Younous Diedhiou, Amadou Moctar Mbaye, Cheikh Tidiane Diagne, Inés Vigan-Womas, Alassane Mbengue, Bacary D. Sadio, Moussa M. Diagne, Adam J. Moore, Khadidiatou Mangou, Fatoumata Diallo, Seynabou D. Sene … & Amy K. Bei
Sero-surveillance can monitor and project disease burden and risk. However, SARS-CoV-2 antibody test results can produce false positive results, limiting their efficacy as a sero-surveillance tool to estimate population-level SARS-CoV-2 exposure. False positive SARS-CoV-2 antibody results have been associated with malaria exposure, and understanding this association is essential to interpret sero-surveillance results from malaria-endemic countries. Here, pre-pandemic samples from eight malaria endemic and non-endemic countries and four continents were tested by ELISA to measure SARS-CoV-2...

Additional file 3 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 3. Antibody profiles among SARS-CoV-2 infected patients. A: The kinetics of IgG in asymptomatic individuals (n = 3) in response to SARS-CoV-2. Data represents the quantity of the multiple time points of the cytokines, B: Differential expression levels of IgG against SARS-CoV-2 spike and nucleocapsid proteins in symptomatic in response to COVID-19. Data represents the median quantity with the 25th and 75th percentiles.

Additional file 2 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 2. Change on cytokine concentration levels over time in COVID-19 positive individuals. The cytokine concentration levels analysed from plasma of COVID-19 asymptomatic (n = 3), monthly for four months. The quantity of the cytokines for each sampling month is shown by the line graph.

Additional file 5 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 5. The half-life of cytokines in asymptomatic and symptomatic patients. The cytokine concentration levels were for cytokines with significant difference between symptomatic and asymptomatic cases (14 cytokines), pro-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory and chemokines. The median half-life of the cytokines is shown by a horizontal line across the dot plot while the lower and upper dotted lines represent the 25th and 75th percentiles, respectively. Statistical significance between symptomatic and asymptomatic patients were determined by Mann-Whitney test...

Additional file 8 of Probing SARS-CoV-2-positive plasma to identify potential factors correlating with mild COVID-19 in Ghana, West Africa

Kesego Tapela, Fatima O. Oyawoye, Charles Ochieng’ Olwal, Precious C. Opurum, Jones Amo Amponsah, Kekeli Aku Lumor Segbedzi, Becky Tetteh, Frederick Kumi-Ansah, Joe K. Mutungi, Evangeline Obodai, Emmanuella Amoako, Seth Agyemang, Nicaise Tuikue Ndam, William Kwabena Ampofo, Julian C. Rayner, Gordon A. Awandare, Lily Paemka, Yaw Bediako & Peter Kojo Quashie
Additional file 8: Table S1. The median cytokine levels of healthy individuals (n = 124). Table S2. Heathy control samples used in the study.

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