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T cells immunophenotyping

  T cells play a central role in cell-mediated immunity and their study can help to uncover the mechanisms of many diseases including cancer. T cells are a type of white blood cell or lymphocyte that recognizes and targets pathogen-infected cells, or cancer cells, for clearance. T cells originate from hematopoietic stem cells in the…

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Flow Cytometry: A powerful tool for T cell immunophenotyping

Flow cytometry provides the ability to type immune cells based on their phenotype. The presence of specific cell surface markers, cytokine expression, or phosphorylation of key proteins may be used to immunophenotype specific sub-populations from a heterogeneous starting population. Thus, the unique signature carried by different immune cells can be utilized to isolate cell populations…

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