Table S1.

Immune cell populations measured in each of the Stanford, Roederer, and Carr cohorts, related to Fig. 2

Cell populationStanfordRoedererCarr
B cells
Naïve B cells
Memory B cells
T cells
CD4+ T cells
CD8+ T cells
Naïve CD4+ T cells
Naïve CD8+ T cells
Effector memory CD4+ T cells
Effector memory CD8+ T cells
Central memory CD4+ T cells
Central memory CD8+ T cells
NK cells
NKT cells
IgDCD27 B cells
IgDCD27+ B cells
IgD+CD27 B cells
IgD+CD27+ B cells
CD161+CD4+ T cells
CD161+CD8+ T cells
CD28+CD8+ T cells
CD4+CD28+ T cells
Effector CD4+ T cells
Effector CD8+ T cells
γδ T cells
Populations unique to cohortMonocytes, viable/singlets, CD20CD3 lymphocytes, transitional B cells, CD161CD45RA Tregs, CD161CD45RA+ Tregs, CD85j+CD8+ T cellsHLADRCD38CD4+ T cells, HLADRCD38CD8+ T cells, HLADRCD38+CD4+ T cells, HLADRCD38+CD8+ T cells, HLADR+CD38CD4+ T cells, HLADR+CD38CD8+ T cells, HLADR+CD38+CD4+ T cellsBswitch, CD4+ EMRA, CD4+IL2+, CD4+ RTE, CD8+ EMRA, CD8+IL2+, CD8+ RTE, DCs, iNKT, mDCs, pDCs, Tc1, Th1, Th17, Th2
  • A ✓ in a given column indicates that the indicated immune cell population was measured in the cohort corresponding to that column. The last row lists all immune cell populations that are unique to each cohort. As described in the text, some cell populations are removed based on missing data; this table contains only those populations that were retained for the clustering analysis.