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Fig. 1 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

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From: The impact of previous live births on peripheral and uterine natural killer cells in patients with recurrent miscarriage

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CD45+CD3CD56+CD16+ pNK cells (percentages and absolute numbers) in RM (a) and iRM (b) patients. CD45+CD3CD16+CD56+ pNK cells were significantly higher in (i) pRM than (i) sRM patients (percentages and absolute numbers /μl). Whiskers show 5 and 95% percentiles, p < 0.05 was considered significant, (i) pRM = (idiopathic) primary recurrent miscarriage, (i) sRM = (idiopathic) secondary recurrent miscarriage

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