Figure 2. Biomarkers associated with age-dependent survival outcomes for patients with Ebola virus disease: black, adult fatal; white, adult nonfatal; dark gray, pediatric fatal; light gray, pediatric nonfatal. A) Interleukin 10; B) interferon γ–inducible protein 10; C) regulated on activation, normal T cell expressed and secreted; D) soluble intracellular adhesion molecule; E) soluble vascular cell adhesion molecule; F) plasminogen activator inhibitor 1. Mean levels are depicted in each patient group as a function of time after symptom onset. Error bars represent SE; * indicates p<0.05. Numbers of specimens included in each group are as follows: adult fatal at 0–5 days, 27; adult nonfatal at 0–5 days, 20; adult fatal at 6–10 days, 22; adult nonfatal at 6–10 days, 24; adult fatal at 11–15 days, 5; adult nonfatal at 11–15 days, 14; pediatric fatal at 0–5 days, 10; pediatric nonfatal at 0–5 days, 15; pediatric fatal at 6–10 days, 5; pediatric nonfatal at 6–10 days, 13; pediatric fatal at 11–15 days, 2; pediatric nonfatal at 11–15 days, 4.