Cells of the Immune System
The immune system is comprised of many subsets of cells that work together to protect the host against infections and malignancies. Each one of these cells has a role to play. Research on how they work and their interactions with other subsets continues to reveal opportunities for novel therapeutic strategies.
Below is a collection of scientific resources for your immune cell research.
- Videos & Webinars
- Interviews & Podcasts
- Tech Tips & Protocols
- Scientific Posters
- Role of Group 2 Innate Lymphoid Cells (ILC2s) in Allergic Inflammation
- Identification and Isolation of ILC2s
- Dendritic cell therapy for cancer
- CD137 (4-1BB) immunotherapy
- Role and regulation of Th17 cells in mucosal sites
- Analysis and role of Innate Lymphoid Cells (ILCs) in mucosal immunity
- Role of CD4+ T helper cell subsets in the B cell response
- Analysis of antigen-specific CD4+ T cells and B cells