Receptors Utilized By Hiv
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Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeYour question is a little confusing, but I'll try to give you the answer your looking for. CD4+ T cell deficits are not present in all patients with HIV, and the time to develop signficanty immunocompromise (low CD4+ T cells) may vary widely... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineCoreceptors are molecules on the surface of a cell, in addition to CD4, that HIV requires to lock onto a cell in order to gain entry and infect the cell.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineAlternatively, another reason for infection via mucosal membranes is the large number of dendritic cells which process HIV and take it to the lymphnodes were rapid infection insues.... Read more »
Columbia UniversityI am not a medical doctor and do not know a lot about this, but yes, there is such a thing as a specific genetic factor that is believed to be protective from HIV transmission. However, my understanding is that it is relatively rare and also not... Read more »
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Posted by CLT, 4 RepliesI will keep my story pretty short. March 20th 2006 I found out I was positive. My CD4 was 336 and my viral load was 55,000.
August 14th I take some more labs and had not been able to go back to the doctor until today October 30th. I found out my CD4... Read more »
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