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Figure 2. Similarities and differences in the T-cell compartment with aging and HIV-1 infection. From: A Challenge for the Future: Aging and HIV Infection.

The Venn diagram above depicts changes in the T-cell compartment as a result of either aging and/or HIV-1 on the T-cell compartment. The symbols indicate (↑) = increased, (↓) = decreased, or (↔) = stable proportion and number of T-cells.

Tammy M. Rickabaugh, et al. Immunol Res. ;48(1-3):59-71.
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Figure 1. Two naïve CD4+ T-cell subsets defined by CD4, CD45RA, and CD31. From: A Challenge for the Future: Aging and HIV Infection.

Peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) from an uninfected adult were stained with fluorescent antibodies to CD4, CD45RA, and CD31, and analyzed by flow cytometry (FACSCalibur™ flow cytometer, BD Biosciences Immunocytometry Systems). The plot shown is gated on CD4+ T-cells and shows the proportions of CD4+ T-cells that are CD45RAZCD31+, CD45RACD31, CD45RA+CD31+, and CD45RA+CD31. The two panels designated by the box depict the two naïve CD4+ T-cell subsets defined by the CD31 cell surface marker.

Tammy M. Rickabaugh, et al. Immunol Res. ;48(1-3):59-71.

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