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  • Table S1: Demographic and clinical characteristics of COVID-19 patient cohort
  • Table S2: Prevalence of aPL antibodies in serum from COVID-19 patients (n=172) based on the first-available sample.
  • Fig S1: Testing for various aPL antibodies according to day of hospitalization.
  • Fig S2: Lack of association between aPS/PT antibodies and aPS antibodies in serum from COVID-19 patients.
  • Fig S3: A positive aPL antibody test is associated with greater neutrophil activation and worse kidney function.
  • Fig S4: Nadir eGFR in COVID-19 patients with or without a prior history of renal disease.
  • Fig S5: aPL antibody status as a predictor of oxygenation efficiency.
  • Fig S6: aPL antibody status as a predictor of peak troponin and D-dimer.
  • Fig S7: D-dimer plasma concentrations in patients with or without obesity.
  • Fig S8: Determination of purity of IgG fractions from COVID-19 patients.
  • Fig S9: Dipyridamole suppresses IgG-induced NET release.
  • Fig S10: IgG from COVID-19 patients does not potentiate thrombin generation in cell-free pooled normal plasma.
  • Fig S11: Measurement of citrullinated histone H3 in mouse thrombi.

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