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Cell Marker Interactive Resource Tool

This interactive resource tool will allow you to explore the cell surface and intracellular markers that are used to identify and characterize different immune, neural, and stem cell types or specific organelles. It is designed to simplify the process of finding appropriate cell or organelle markers and allow you to easily browse our selection of highly sensitive and specific antibodies and immunoassays that can be used for detecting your marker of interest. Clicking on a marker will take you to a list of R&D Systems products for detecting that molecule, unless a marker is followed by (novusbio.com), then you will be taken to the Novus Biologicals website and shown the antibodies that they offer for detecting that molecule. When applicable, relevant flow cytometry or IHC data generated in-house using R&D Systems or Novus Biologicals antibodies is presented at the bottom of the page.

Immune Cells

Immune cells are frequently identified based on the expression of cell surface and intracellular markers. Explore this section of our interactive resource tool to view the markers that are most commonly used in the scientific literature to distinguish different immune cell types or cell type-specific subsets.

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B Cells

Dendritic Cells

Granulocytes

Helper T Cells

Innate Lymphoid Cells

Macrophages

Monocytes

Myeloid-derived Suppressor Cells

Regulatory T Cell

Neural Cells

Neural cells are frequently identified and visualized by detecting cell-specific surface and intracellular markers. Explore this section of our interactive resource tool to view the markers that are most commonly used to distinguish different neural cell types and neuronal structures.

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Astrocytes

Microglia

Neurons

Oligodendrocytes

Organelles

The primary technique for defining subcellular localization of a molecule is to use immunocytochemistry or immunohistochemistry to co-stain the protein with a known organelle-associated marker. Explore this section of our interactive resource tool to view the markers that are most commonly used to distinguish different organelles.

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Organelles

Stem Cells

Stem cells are frequently identified and visualized by detecting cell-specific surface and intracellular markers. Explore this section of our interactive resource tool to view the markers that are most commonly used to distinguish different stem cell types.

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Embryonic Stem Cell

Hematopoietic Stem Cell

Mesenchymal Stem Cell

Neural Stem Cell

Kidney Cells

Advance your research into the renal corpuscle and tubule. These interactive resources will show you our reagents and assays for the identification and functional study of kidney cell types and the glomerular basement membrane (GBM).

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Cells of the Kidney