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Published online 2011 February 7. doi: 10.1172/JCI44876

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Rapid decline of peripheral blood CD4+ T cells has an impact on the phenotypic distribution of CD4+ T cells.

The percentage of peripheral blood CD4+ T cells (AC) and CD8+ T cells (DF) expressing naive, central memory, and effector memory phenotypic markers following passage of multitropic SIV to SM7, SM8, and SM9. Naive cells were identified as CD28+CD95; memory cells were gated as CD28CD95+CCR7 (effector memory) or CD28+CD95+CCR7+ (central memory). Dotted lines represent the average of all animals at baseline.

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