We used the Seurat's FindAllMarkers function to identify marker genes for each cluster. This function contrasted cells from each cluster to all other cells of that cluster. The “RNA” assay and the “Wilcox” test were used for the function. Marker genes found by the FindAllMarkers function were required to have an average expression in that cluster that was >1.5‐fold higher than the average expression in the other clusters, and a detectable expression in >15% of cells from that cluster.

Marker genes of main cell types (Table S2), T‐cell subtypes (Table S3), and B‐cell subtypes (Table S4) were identified separately as described above.

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