How was the CD4 antigen identified?

sjfletch at linnaeus.bio.usyd.edu.au sjfletch at linnaeus.bio.usyd.edu.au
Tue Mar 28 03:12:23 EST 1995


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> Hi,
> I'm trying to learn more about the HIV infection. Could anybody tell me how 
> the CD4 antigen was first identified and who identified it.
> Any references would be well appreciated. Thanks.
> Jawad
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An excellent on HIV pathogenesis with a detailed history on all aspects, 
especially CD4 is "Pathogenesis of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection"
Microbiological Reviews 1993 Vol.57 183-289





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