Patient no. | Cell cycle stage | Frequency of infected cells/10^{6} cells | % of B cells | % of infected B cells^{a} |
---|---|---|---|---|

1 | G_{0}/G_{1} | 14,000 | 97 | 95 |

S/G_{2}/M | 26,000 | 2.8 | 5 | |

2 | G_{0}/G_{1} | 900 | 98 | 97 |

S/G_{2}/M | 1,400 | 2.2 | 3.4 | |

3 | G_{0}/G_{1} | 14,000 | 91 | 90 |

S/G_{2}/M | 16,000 | 9 | 10 |

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*a*The percentage of infected B cells was calculated from the data in columns 3 and 4, e.g., for patient 1, for every 10^{6}B cells; 97% are in G_{0}/G_{1}and the frequency of infected cells is 14,000/10^{6}cells. This is equal to 0.97 × 10^{6}G_{0}/G_{1}B cells with 13,800 infected cells, and 2.8% are in S/G_{2}/M and the frequency of infected cells is 26,000/10^{6}cells. This is equal to 0.028 × 10^{6}S/G_{2}/M B cells with 730 infected cells. The total number of infected cells is 13,800 plus 730, which equals 14,530 cells. The percentage of cells in G_{0}/G_{1}is 13,800 × 100/14,350, which equals 95%, and the percentage of cells in S/G_{2}/M is 730 × 100/14,350, which equals 5%.