CD-4 cells

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CD-4 cells

CTLA-4·Ig converts naive CD4+CD25− T cells into CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells

CD4 Cell Counts and Toxoplasma Seroprevalence

The initial response of CD4+ IL-4-producing cells

CD4 T cell priming in dendritic cell‐deficient mice

CD25+CD4+ regulatory T cells exert in vitro suppressive activity independent of CTLA-4

Regulatory T cell properties of thymic CD4+CD25+ cells in turkeys

Control of Foxp3 + CD25+CD4+ regulatory cell activation and function by dendritic cells

T-Cell Immunity Panel Measures CMV-Specific CD4 and CD8 T-Cell Responses

CD4+/CD25+ T cells suppress autologous CD4+/CD25− lymphocytes and secrete granzyme B during acute and chronic hepatitis C

Competition controls the rate of transition between the peripheral pools of CD4+CD25− and CD4+CD25+ T cells

Differential expression of CD126 and CD130 mediates different STAT-3 phosphorylation in CD4+CD25− and CD25high regulatory T cells

TLR9 ligand enhances proliferation of rat CD4+ T cell and modulates suppressive activity mediated by CD4+ CD25+ T cell

Nasal tolerance induces antigen‐specific CD4+CD25– regulatory T cells that can transfer their regulatory capacity to naive CD4+ T cells

A model of suppression of the antigen-specific CD4 T cell response by regulatory CD25+CD4 T cells in vivo

How Diverse—CD4 Effector T Cells and their Functions

CD4+Foxp3+ regulatory T cell therapy in transplantation

Malnutrition and Variability in CD4+ Cell Counts in African Populations

CD4+ T Cells Promote the Pathogenesis of Staphylococcus aureus Pneumonia


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T-helper white blood cells responsible for production of immune globulin that protects against virus infections. Other cells, including CD-3 and CD-8, play a role in this process. These cells are receptors for and are attacked by HIV, and their number is an indicator of the progress of HIV infection to frank AIDS.

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