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Table 2 Characteristics of 30 HIV-exposed uninfected infants at the time points of the study. Values are expressed in median and interquartile range

From: Dynamics of immunoglobulin G subclasses during the first two years of life in Malawian infants born to HIV-positive mothers

 Month 1 (n = 30)Month 6 (n = 15)Month 24 (n = 30)
Weight (kg)4.100 (3.500–4.300)7.300 (6.405–4.890)10.0 (9.6–11.2)
Hb (g/dl)11.3 (10.6–12.1)10.0 (9.38–10.63)10.2 (9.55–10.93)
IgG (g/dl)8.48 (7.57–9.15)6.80 (6.17–7.78)12.3 (10.2–13.8)
IgG1 g/l7.27 (6.65–8.18)5.59 (5.56–7.25)10.1 (8.68–11.53)
%86.6 (84.1–88.3)88.5 (86.9–91.9)86.7 (84.0–88.1)
IgG2 g/l0.52 (0.46–0.65)0.68 (0.55–0.96)0.87 (0.68–1.12)
%6.65 (5.5–9.03)10.0 (9.0–12.3)7.4 (6.2–9.5)
IgG3 g/l0.24 (0.19–0.35)0.463 (0.32–0.52)0.400 (0.324–0.602)
%3.2 (2.4–3.8)6.01 (4.5–6.9)3.3 (2.8–4.9)
IgG4 g/l0.06 (0.03–0.13)0.032 (0.02–0.05)0.061 (0.038–0.09)
%0.84 (0.48–1.38)0.50 (0.29–0.60)0.58 (0.36–0.82)
IgGA (g/dl)0.11 (0.08–0.16)0.41 (0.32–0.51)0.87 (0.63–1.00)
IgM (g/dl)0.42 (0.27–0.52)0.75 (0.47–0.92)0.86 (0.75–1.12)