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CD4

(immunology)
A T-cell signaling and/or co-stimulatory monomeric transmembrane glycoprotein involved in major histocompatibility complex II adhesion.
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Except as specifically described below for people with HIV infection with low CD4 counts or who are seriously ill, urine lateral flow (LF)-LAM should not be used for the diagnosis of TB.
Analysis of CpG islands in the upstream -2 kb region and exon one (104 bp) of porcine CD4 gene transcript (XM_013987331.1) was performed by the online tools Li Lab MethPrimer (http:// www.urogene.org/methprimer/).
A study of 52,278 members of the French Hospital Database on HIV through a median follow-up of 4.9 years in 1998-2006 tested 78 different models to estimate the impact of current CD4 count on lung cancer risk.
A CD4 cell count below 350 was considered as low based on the WHO recommended threshold for initiation of HAART at the time.
Moreover, a correlation between T cell subset frequencies and absolute counts of CD4 and CD8, which are generally observed for disease progress, has been verified.
We categorized participants into three groups based on their CD4 lymphocyte counts in accordance with the Center for Disease Control classification.
Two patients with cryptococcal meningitis and idiopathic CD4 lymphopenia: Defective cytokine production and reversal by recombinant interferon-y therapy.
CD4+ lymphocyte count was quantitatively grouped as Group 1 with CD4 + lymphocyte count less than 350 cells/ mm3 and Group 2 having CD4+ lymphocyte count greater than 350 cells/mm3.