Identifying Immune Cells – Human and Mouse Antigens
How To Guide Nov 14, 2018
The immune system consists of numerous cell types, whose functions and interactions govern the immune response. The specific composition of cell surface antigens can be exploited by researchers to accurately define the different cell types.
Immunophenotyping using flow cytometry has become the most commonly used method to identify, quantify and isolate immune cells within complex populations. However, selecting which antigens are best to identify a specific cell type can be difficult.
Download this guide to discover:
- The markers most commonly used to identify mouse and human immune cell types and subtypes
- How to build your own immunophenotyping
- How to select which antigens are best to identify a specific cell type
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