Lymphocyte Subpopulation Tests

2013-12-23 03:18

lymphocyte subpopulationLymphocyte Subpopulation Tests play significant role in monitoring the condition of a person's immune system, cell-medicated immunity and humoral immunity.

1. What is lymphocyte subpopulation?

- CD4: In some cases, CD4 cells are also named T-cells, which are "helper" cells and can lead to the attack against infections.

- CD8: CD8 are "suppression" cells that end the immune reaction. CD8 cells can also be "killer" cells that kill cancer cells and virus-infected cells.

- B cells. B cells can differentiate into plasma cells and helps T cells participate in immune response.

- CD4/CD8. It monitors cellar immune function. When it increases, your cellar immune response is overactive; otherwise, it is passive.

- NK cells. NK cells play important role in the host-rejection of both tumors and virus-infected cells. It helps monitor the early infection stage.

- Cyclosporine Blood Concentration Prediction. It is important in guiding drug use safety. < 200ug/L: insufficient dosage; >400ug/L: overdose, this usually causes side effects.

- Antigen. It figures out the food antigens and helps identify allergic disease in particular.

2. Why choose Lymphocyte Subpopulation Tests?

Lymphocyte Subpopulation tests help predict the progression of immune system. And the main contents are as follows:

● help monitor the efficiency of kidney disease treatment you are taking

● monitor your immune system and help you identify whether, when, how to start immune treatment and other therapies to prevent infections.

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