Features of lymphocyte phenotyping in patients with activated recurrent herpetic infection of the first/second type and reproductive system disorders

T.V. Shmyga, V.Yu. Gayevska, V.Yu. Gayevskyi

Abstract


The aim of the study was an analysis of the features of changes in lymphocyte subpopulation according to the data of immunography in patients with a recrudescent herpetic infection and reproductive violations. Materials and methods. The peculiarities of lymphocyte phenotyping were studied in 120 patients with activated recurrent herpetic infection of the first/second type (herpes simplex virus (HSV) 1/2), among whom 63 patients were diagnosed with infertility. Results. An increase in the level of killer cells was detected: CD16+/56+ (NK-cells) — in moderately recurrent infection (1–5 relapses within one year) and CD3+/8+ (T-suppressor/killer cells) — in frequently recurrent infection (6 or more episodes during the year). Conclusions. In infertile patients with recurrent HSV 1/2 infection, there has been observed a deficit of cells with suppressive activity: CD4+CD25+CD127– (regulatory T-cells) lymphocytes and CD3+/8+ (T-suppressor/killer cells) lymphocytes.

Keywords


herpes simplex; relapse; infertility

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0721.13.1.2017.96759

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