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  • Superantigen JAMA
    Investigators have proposed that a molecule known as a superantigen, either made by HIV or an unrelated agent, may stimulate massive quantities of CD4+ T cells at once, rendering them highly susceptible to HIV infection and subsequent cell death. See also Antigen; CD4 (T4) or CD4+ Cells.
  • Superantigen: SFAF
    a viral or bacterial antigen that triggers an immune response from a large number of immune cells (e.g., T-cells) which express a variety of different major histocompatibility (MHC) molecules.

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