range of T and B cells in lymphocyte count
May 5, 2002
Why is there such a broad reference range for "normal" lymphocyte counts? In certain instances, an HIV neg person could have a lower T cell count than an HIV pos person, right?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Underlying genetics, age, gender, and race.
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