Interlaboratory variability of CD8 subset measurements by flow cytometry and its applications to multicenter clinical trials. NAID/NICHD Women and Infants Transmission Study Group.

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Recent studies have demonstrated the utility of measuring subsets of CD8+ T cells as prognostic markers in epidemiology cohort studies of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients. Most of these studies evaluating the value of CD8+ T-cell subsets have been performed at single centers, and few data are available on variability in the measurement… (More)

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@article{Landay1995InterlaboratoryVO, title={Interlaboratory variability of CD8 subset measurements by flow cytometry and its applications to multicenter clinical trials. NAID/NICHD Women and Infants Transmission Study Group.}, author={Alan L. Landay and Donald J. Brambilla and Jennifer Pitt and George V. Hillyer and Douglas T Golenbock and John H Moye and Sheldon H Landesman and Jacob Kagan}, journal={Clinical and diagnostic laboratory immunology}, year={1995}, volume={2 4}, pages={462-8} }