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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Priority should be given to all children younger than 5 years old regardless of CD4 cell count or clinical stage, and children with severe or advanced HIV clinical disease (WHO clinical stage 3 or 4) and/or those with a CD4 count <350 cells/[micro]l.
The overall CD4+ cell count mean at diagnosis in the whole period was 279 [+ or -] 265.
This implies that the association between the CD4 cell count and hypertension could be different across the various BMI categories.
Mastitis is a persistent, inflammatory reaction of the udder tissue, which entails a decline in potassium, and is responsible for a higher somatic cell count and electrical conductivity of milk (Gaspardy et al., 2012).
By September 2011, his TCD4+ cell count was 563 cells/[mm.sup.3] (15%) with a HIV RNA of 88500 copies/mL.
Long-term trends in CD4 cell counts and impact of viral failure in individuals starting antiretroviral therapy: UK Collaborative HIV Cohort (CHIC) study.
Health conditions that are associated with a low red blood cell count include ulcers in the digestive tract, chronic kidney disease, underactive thyroid, and some types of cancer.
Mean corneal endothelial cell count in both the groups was 2368.35 389.58 and 2588.64 269.84 respectively which was statistically significant (p-value=0.001) in both the groups.
The correlation with manual and automated method for differential cell count was also good with correlation coefficient of 0.79; whereas for macrophages and mesothelial cell count it was only 0.64.
The aim of this study was to determine the effects of various environmental factors on the somatic cell count (SCC) of Anatolian Buffaloes raised under different herd conditions in Turkey.
There was no significant difference between the one-minute and five-minute dwell times, except for the injured cell count and Enterobacteriaceae count during anaerobic storage, and for total bacterial counts during aerobic storage.