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    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked <t>immunosorbent</t> assay (ELISA; Hycult; <t>HK374-02)</t>
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    Article Title: Soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis: a potential biomarker for peritoneal membrane function

    Journal: Journal of Nephrology

    doi: 10.1007/s40620-020-00934-7

    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)

    Techniques Used: Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay

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    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked <t>immunosorbent</t> assay (ELISA; Hycult; <t>HK374-02)</t>
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    Article Title: Soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis: a potential biomarker for peritoneal membrane function

    Journal: Journal of Nephrology

    doi: 10.1007/s40620-020-00934-7

    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)

    Techniques Used: Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay

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    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; <t>HK374-02)</t>
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    Article Title: Soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis: a potential biomarker for peritoneal membrane function

    Journal: Journal of Nephrology

    doi: 10.1007/s40620-020-00934-7

    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)

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    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay <t>(ELISA;</t> Hycult; <t>HK374-02)</t>
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    Article Title: Soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis: a potential biomarker for peritoneal membrane function

    Journal: Journal of Nephrology

    doi: 10.1007/s40620-020-00934-7

    Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Local and systemic levels of soluble CD59 in peritoneal dialysis patients. a Violin plot is shown for soluble CD59 (sCD59) levels in the peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF). The width of the shape indicates the probability density of patients with a given result. The lines represent the median (blue horizontal line), interquartile range (25th–75th percentile, black horizontal lines). b Violin plot is shown for soluble C5b-9 (sC5b-9) levels in the PDF. sC5b-9 was detectable in the peritoneal dialysate of all patients (n = 48). c The correlation of PDF levels of sCD59 with sC5b-9 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient. The dashed lines show the 95% confidence interval for the regression line (blue). d sCD59 plasma levels were determined in; healthy controls (n = 14), non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients (n = 15), hemodialysis (HD) patients prior to dialysis (n = 41), PD patients (n = 48). Average age was 56 ± 4 years in healthy controls, 77 ± 11 years in CKD patients, and 66 ± 16 years in HD patients, and 64%, 60% and 70% were male, respectively. Data are presented as median plus interquartile range and were analyzed by Kruskal Wallis test with an option for multiple comparisons (*** P < 0.001). e Violin plot for the PDF—plasma ratio of sCD59 in dialysis patients (n = 48). The ratio was calculated per patient by dividing the PDF level by the plasma level and multiplied by 100%. f The correlation of PDF levels and plasma levels of sCD59 using the Spearman Rank correlation coefficient (r represents the Spearman's rho). sCD59 was measured using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA; Hycult; HK374-02)

    Techniques Used: Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay

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