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Fig. 4 | Respiratory Research

Fig. 4

From: The aging lung: tissue telomere shortening in health and disease

Fig. 4

Lack of association between RTL and local disease severity. Every dot represents an individual core log10 RTL. Horizontal lines represent means. a: RTL in normal versus abnormal CF lung tissue (both n = 24), stratified based on HRCT of the lung (p = 0.96). b: RTL in mildly versus severely affected cHP lung tissue (both n = 18), stratified based on surface density of core micro CT (p = 0.22). c: RTL in mildly versus severely affected RAS lung tissue (both n = 28), stratified based on surface density of core micro CT (p = 0.084)

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