2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1678-91992011000200016
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Abstract: + and CD25 + T cells in the peripheral blood of patients afflicted with American cutaneous leishmaniasis (ACL) -before and after treatment -and healthy controls. Peripheral blood was collected and transferred to cytometry tubes containing monoclonal antibodies specific for cell surface markers CD3, CD4, CD8, CD16 e CD25. The immunophenotypic and morphometric parameters of cells were determined by flow cytometry and the results demonstrated a significant increase in the number of T CD8 + cells after treatment, … Show more

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“…These findings are similar to those commonly described for this infection (14)(15)(16)(17). The predominance of isolated lesions on the legs reflects the area of exposure to the bite of the vector, while bigger ulcerative lesions could be related to a delay in seeking medical assistance.…”
supporting
confidence: 89%
“…These findings are similar to those commonly described for this infection (14)(15)(16)(17). The predominance of isolated lesions on the legs reflects the area of exposure to the bite of the vector, while bigger ulcerative lesions could be related to a delay in seeking medical assistance.…”
supporting
confidence: 89%