CD8 decrease

Gerhard Nebe-von-Caron Gerhard.Nebe-von-Caron at urcgb.sprint.com
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          I don't know whether this might be relevant, but digging in 
          my memory I remember a conversation with Mark Lowdell 
          (somewhere in London, UK) more than 3 years ago. He 
          mentioned one of the CD8 chains can actually shed of and 
          thus lead to decreased CD8 detection.
          
          Gerhard.Nebe-von-caron at urcgb.sprint.com


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Subject: CD8 decrease
Author:  conley.christopher at MAYO.EDU at INTERNET
Date:    07/03/96 23:10


 In response to the question raised by Karen Mann:
          
 Decreased numbers of CD8+ cells have been described in autoimmune diseases, 
 specifically in rheumatoid arthritis. A decrease in the CD8 cell count is not 
 specific, however.
          
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