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From: CD28-, CD45RAnull/dim and natural killer-like CD8+ T cells are increased in peripheral blood of women with low-grade cervical lesions

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Percentage of CD28–CD8+ T cells of control, HPV-I, and CIN-I groups. Controls without cervical lesions diagnosed by Papanicolaou, non-neoplastic lesions associated with Human papillomavirus infection (HPV-I) or Cervical intraepithelial neoplastic-I (CIN-I), both diagnosed by biopsy. By Analysis of variance (ANOVA) testing, we found a statistically significant difference between the percentage of CD28–CD8+ T cells in the CIN-I group compared to the HPV-I and control groups (p <0.01).

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