Amount of CD4+ in PBL?

Hazen at avpims01.ncifcrf.gov Hazen at avpims01.ncifcrf.gov
Mon Aug 29 12:12:12 EST 1994


In article <33p5a5$csd at nnrp.ucs.ubc.ca>, <dcwong at unixg.ubc.ca> writes:
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> From: dcwong at unixg.ubc.ca (Donald Chun Kit Wong)
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> Subject: Amount of CD4+ in PBL?
> Date: 28 Aug 1994 04:54:29 GMT
> Organization: University of British Columbia
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> I'm trying to find out how much CD4+ cells are in normal peripheral 
> blood. There was no percentages or quantities gien in the general 
> immunology books I have. Any info anyones can give me will be 
> appreciated. Thanks.
>  
> Donald Wong
> userDONO at Mtsg.ubc.ca
> Pathology, UBC.
> 

We use an estimation of 30% CD4+ cells from healthy donors.  Our purification, 
results show this number to be very close. 
				 



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