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Definition of «CD4»

CD4: A large glycoprotein molecule found on the surface of T lymphocytes that serves as the receptor for HIV. The CD4 gene is on chromosome 12 in region 12pter-p12. CD4 is also called T4. See also: Absolute CD4 count.

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  • CD4: Definition from Answers.com

    Library > Literature & Language > Dictionary ( sē ' dē-fôr ' , -fōr ' ) n. A glycoprotein predominantly found on the surface of helper T cells. In humans, it is a ...

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    Describes how a CD4 count, CD4 percent, or a CD4/CD8 ratio is used, when they are ordered, and what the results might mean

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