CD4 Lymphocytes are T cells (helper cells), produced primarily in the
thymus, and play a significant role in cellular immunity.
A drop in CD4 lymphoctes accompanies the transition from an HIV positive
state to AIDS.
|CD4 Helper cells (relative)
CD4 Helper cells (absolute)
CD4 Helper cells (AIDS Criteria)
*These are general values taken from a variety of
sources. The actual normal values may vary from lab to lab and from one
type of testing protocol to another.
The information contained here is an
abbreviated summary. For more detailed and complete information, consult the
manufacturer's product information sheets or standard textbooks
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