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Figure 1: (a) Box plot showing comparison of circulatory histidine levels in active and inactive TA patients with respect to normal healthy control. (b) Receiver operating characteristic curve analysis performed form evaluating the diagnostic potential of histidine. The area under the receiver operating characteristic curve is shown in red to highlight the diagnostic value of circulatory histidine for differentiating active and inactive TA patients. (c and d) Graphs showing pearson-correlation form histidine with erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein levels

Figure 1: (a) Box plot showing comparison of circulatory histidine levels in active and inactive TA patients with respect to normal healthy control. (b) Receiver operating characteristic curve analysis performed form evaluating the diagnostic potential of histidine. The area under the receiver operating characteristic curve is shown in red to highlight the diagnostic value of circulatory histidine for differentiating active and inactive TA patients. (c and d) Graphs showing pearson-correlation form histidine with erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein levels