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Table 3 Correlation between 9 respiratory pathogen IgM antibodies and cumulative temperature of seasons(R, P)

From: Immunoglobulin M profile of viral and atypical pathogens among children with community acquired lower respiratory tract infections in Luzhou, China

  MP INFB COX RSV ADV LP1 PIVs INFA CP
The lowest temperature −0.6 (0.03) −0.14 (0.64) 0.33 (0.28) −0.27 (0.38) −0.54 (0.06) −0.49 (0.1) −0.33 (0.29) −0.3 (0.33) 0.07 (0.8)
The highest temperature −0.72 (0.00) − 0.25 (0.41) 0.14 (0.65) − 0.46 (0.12) − 0.47 (0.11) − 0.49 (0.1) − 0.44 (0.14) − 0.36 (0.24) 0.21 (0.49)
MP   0.71 (0.00) 0.14 (0.64) 0.59 (0.04) 0.78 (0.00) 0.87 (0.00) 0.68 (0.01) 0.80 (0.00) −0.19 (0.55)
INFB 0.71 (0.00)   0.44 (0.14) 0.61 (0.03) 0.71 (0.00) 0.66 (0.01) 0.03 (0.34) 0.90 (0.00) 0.21 (0.51)
COX 0.14 (0.64) 0.44 (0.14)   0.00 (0.98) −0.01 (0.95) 0.35 (0.26) 0.00 (0.99) 0.24 (0.44) 0.01 (0.95)
RSV 0.59 (0.04) 0.61 (0.03) 0.00 (0.98)   0.52 (0.07) 0.41 (0.17) 0.36 (0.24) 0.79 (0.00) −0.03 (0.90)
ADV 0.78 (0.00) 0.71 (0.00) −0.01 (0.95) 0.52 (0.07)   0.82 (0.00) 0.55 (0.06) 0.80 (0.00) −0.12 (0.69)
LP1 0.87 (0.00) 0.66 (0.01) 0.35 (0.26) 0.41 (0.17) 0.82 (0.00)   0.64 (0.02) 0.74 (0.00) −0.27 (0.38)
PIVs 0.68 (0.01) 0.30 (0.34) 0.00 (0.99) 0.36 (0.24) 0.55 (0.06) 0.64 (0.02)   0.48 (0.11) −0.76 (0.00)
INFA 0.80 (0.00) 0.90 (0.00) 0.24 (0.44) 0.79 (0.00) 0.80 (0.00) 0.74 (0.00) 0.48 (0.11)   0.07 (0.82)
CP −0.19 (0.55) 0.21 (0.51) 0.01 (0.95) −0.03 (0.9) −0.12 (0.69) − 0.27 (0.38) −0.76 (0.00) 0.07 (0.82)  
  1. Note: Cumulative temperature and MP IgM antibody positive rate were correlated: MP was negatively correlated with cumulative maximum temperature (Table 2) (P < 0.05); correlation coefficient was − 0. 722.Which means that every 1 °C decrease in the cumulative minimum temperature, the positive number of MP IgM antibodies increased by 0.103 (the regression equation: MP case = 347.687–0.103* cumulative minimum temperature)