Characterize Human Immune Cells by Flow Cytometry
The immune system protects the host through a coordinated response of innate and adaptive immune cells. Defining each of these subsets can be a daunting task.
Bio-Techne is here to help you visualize human immune cell subsets of interest with our Cell Markers Guide for Human Immune Cell Characterization by Flow Cytometry.
- Starting with a CD34+ hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) and branching into common lymphoid and common myeloid progenitor cells, this poster shows the relationship between cells of the innate and adaptive immune system.
- The markers listed with each cell type provide a starting point for lineage definition of innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), monocytes, B cells, T cell memory, and T helper subsets.
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