Currently, Dr. Viktor Cerny and and Dr. Jiri Hrdy, together with their colleagues have published a paper Lower Functional and Proportional Characteristics of Cord Blood Treg of Male Newborns Compared with Female Newborns.
Today we introduce one rat and two mouse monoclonal antibody clones, that have been added to our portfolio: Anti-galectin 3 (clone M3/38), anti-human CD270 (clone CW10), and anti-HLA-C (DT-9).
The terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT) is a nuclear DNA polymerase that is primarily found in immature lymphoid cells of the B- and T-cell lineages
Phagocytosis, the process where specialised cells of the immune system kill and decompose microorganisms (e.g. extracellular bacteria), is fundamental to innate non-specific human immunity. Polymorphonuclear leukocytes (neutrophilic granulocytes), macrophages and dendritic cells are the effector cells in the process of phagocytosis.
We are introducing a group of antibodies against cytoskeletal antigens that can be used as markers in neurobiology.
Accordingly to most recent studies, SCIMP appears to be a key, well defined component in initiation TLR-mediated pro-inflammatory responses in macrophages.
Trop-2 is thought to be associated with the epithelial phenotype of cancer cells and many studies have reported that epithelial markers positively correlate with its expression, whereas mesenchymal markers typically exert negative correlation.
Cytokeratins are a subfamily of intermediate filaments and are characterized by remarkable biochemical diversity. Among other applications, they also can be used as markers for detection and characterization of circulating tumor cells.
Within the programmed cell death pathway, the interaction between PD-1 and PD-L1 and L2 particularly affects T-lymphocytes, in which they cause a phenomenon called functional exhausting, by attenuating TCR-mediated T-cell proliferation by negative costimulation control of activation of T-lymphocytes during the presentation of antigens by dendritic cells.
We present here a brief comparison of TB3, UCHT1, and MEM-57 anti-CD3 flow cytometric antibodies, that have been submitted to HLDA workshops in past.
The monoclonal antibody JOVI.1 recognizes the TRBC1+ region and enables fast and reliable assessment of clonal restriction of TCR C genes by flow cytometry.