Monocyte Research

The population of monocytes that circulate in the peripheral blood is heterogenous and has been divided into two major subsets: “inflammatory” and “resident” monocytes. The subsets are divided based on expression of surface markers, such as CD14 and CD16 for human cells, and CD11b, Ly6G (Gr-1), and Ly6C for mouse cells.1,2 See MoreStudy monocyte populations by isolating cells in as little as 12.5 minutes with our column-free cell isolation technology. Different monocyte subsets can be isolated from virtually any source, including leukapheresis products, whole blood, bone marrow, and spleen. Purified monocytes can then be analyzed or used for further downstream applications, including generation of monocyte-derived dendritic cells and macrophages in culture.

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Find support for your entire human monocyte research workflow, from sourcing your starting sample, to differentiation into macrophages or dendritic cells, all the way to downstream monocyte analysis.


Cell Isolation Products 4 (19)

Tissue and Cell Culture Dissociation Reagents 4 (4)

Buffers and Solutions 4 (2)

Laboratory Equipment 4 (8)

Instruments and Software 4 (5)

Cultureware and General Supplies 4 (1)

Cytokines and Proteins 4 (1)

Cell Storage Media 4 (2)

Density Gradient Media 4 (2)

  • OptiPrep™

    Density gradient medium for the isolation of viruses, organelles, macromolecules, or cells
  • Lymphoprep™

    Density gradient medium for the isolation of mononuclear cells