Table II. Fold change expression of genes related to innate immunity in circulating leukocytes two hours after trauma
YoungAgedSymbolName
167.6119.3Cxcl3Chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 3
136.677.3Cxcl2Chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 2
47.633.7Cd14CD14 Ag
31.217.1Tlr2Toll-like receptor 2
33.416LtfLactotransferrin
23.713.3Socs3Suppressor of cytokine signaling 3
15.913.2CebpbCCAAT/enhancer binding protein (C/EBP), β
18.19.6Il1f9IL-1 family, member 9
10.79.4C5ar1Complement component 5a receptor 1
15.48.8Tnfaip2TNF, α-induced protein 2
6.25.4Il10rbIL-10 receptor, β
  • Young mice (bold) are more likely to have greater upregulation (fold change compared with control) of genes related to innate immunity. The values in columns one and two indicate the fold change expression compared to control samples.