Home » Cell Markers Guide for Human Immune Cell Characterization by Flow Cytometry
Cell Markers Guide for Human Immune Cell Characterization by Flow Cytometry
Flow cytometry is a common technique used to identify different immune cell types in mixed population samples such as peripheral blood or tissue samples. Using a combination of antibodies that are conjugated to different fluorochromes, multiple cell surface and intracellular markers can be detected simultaneously at the single cell level. Use our miniposter to see the main phenotyping markers that are used in the scientific literature to distinguish different immune cell types or cell type-specific subsets and then browse our unparalleled selection of fluorochrome-conjugated antibodies for detecting these markers.