Lymphocyte Subset Panel 2

Biomarkers included in this panel:

% CD19 (B Cells)

The CD19 antigen (aka B-lymphocyte antigen CD19 or Cluster of Differentiation 19) plays an important role in clinical oncology. It’s a protein found on the surface of B-cells, a type of white blood cell.

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% CD3 (Mature T Cells)

The percentage of CD3+ T cells, often referred to as mature T cells, is a crucial component of the immune system and plays a central role in defending the body against infections and other foreign invaders. These cells are characterized by the presen

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% CD3+CD25+ Lymphs

This test is used to detect soluble IL-2Rα in human plasma or serum produced in response to increased activation of B and T cells and immune system activation. Studies show elevated levels of sIL-2Rα in serum with the onset of rejection e

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% CD4

The CD4 percentage (CD4%) is the percentage of white blood cells (lymphocytes) that are CD4 cells.

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% CD8

The proportion of all T cells that are CD8 cells. CD8 cells are also called cytotoxic T-lymphocytes. They help fight cancer and germs that live inside your cells (intracellular pathogens). The CD8 percentage is sometimes more reliable than the

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Abs.CD3+CD25+ Lymphs

Absolute CD19+ Cells

The CD19 antigen (aka B-lymphocyte antigen CD19 or Cluster of Differentiation 19) plays an important role in clinical oncology. It’s a protein found on the surface of B-cells, a type of white blood cell.

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Absolute CD3+ Cells

CD3+ cells are all T-lymphocytes, which includes both CD4+ and CD8+ lymphocyte cells. This figure is rarely used for making treatment decisions.

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Absolute CD4+ Cells

The CD4 cells are Helper T-cells expressing both CD3 and CD4. CD4 T-cells levels are a criterion for categorizing HIV-related clinical conditions by CDC's classification system for HIV infection. The measurement of CD4 T-cell levels has been u

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Absolute CD8+ Cells

This figure is rarely used for making treatment decisions. CD4 and CD8 are two types of white blood cells in your blood. CD4 cells are also called T-helper cells, T-suppressor cells, and cytotoxic T-cells. They help the body fight infections. CD8

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Absolute Lymphocytes

Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell found in the body. They serve in several major roles in our immune system including identification of and response to invading organism. Your healthcare professional may assess lymphocyte levels when a white

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CD3-/CD16+CD56+ (%)

The CD3-/CD16+CD56+ (%) test is a sophisticated diagnostic assay crucial in the field of immunology, offering invaluable insights into the functioning of the body’s immune system. This test specifically measures the percentage of natural killer

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CD4/CD8 Ratio

This test looks at the ratio of two important types of white blood cells in your blood. Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell in your immune system. This test looks at two of them, CD4 and CD8. CD4 cells lead the fight against infecti

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CD57+ NK-cells (%)

The CD57 test is offered in some clinical laboratories and is being used by some health practitioners to evaluate and follow patients diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease.

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CD57+ NK-cells (absolute)

The CD57 test is offered in some clinical laboratories and is being used by some health practitioners to evaluate and follow patients diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease.

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Lymph CD16&56 (NK) %

CD1656 are an important NK (Natural killer) cell subset. - NK cells are best known for killing virally infected cells, and detecting and controlling early signs of cancer. As well as protecting against disease, specialized NK cells are also found

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Lymphocyte Absolute CD16&56 (NK) Count

CD1656 are an important NK (Natural killer) cell subset. - NK cells are best known for killing virally infected cells, and detecting and controlling early signs of cancer. As well as protecting against disease, specialized NK cells are also found

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NATURAL KILLER CELLS CD3-CD16+CD56+ (ABS)

The Natural Killer Cells CD3-CD16+CD56+ (ABS) test is an advanced diagnostic tool with significant implications in the fields of immunology, oncology, and reproductive medicine. Natural Killer (NK) cells, a critical component of the innate immune sys

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NK Cells (CD16/CD56)

Natural Killer (NK) cells, identified by their CD16 and CD56 markers, are an integral component of the lymphocyte panel in immunological testing. These cells are a type of lymphocyte, distinct from B and T cells, and form a crucial part of the innate

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Total NK Cells (CD16/CD56)

In a lymphocyte panel, which is a key tool for evaluating the immune system, Total NK (Natural Killer) cells identified by CD16 and CD56 surface markers play a significant role. NK cells are a distinct subset of lymphocytes, essential for innate immu

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