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.

Overview of innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) development, classification, plasticity and functional diversity
Overview of NK cell receptors, subsets, activation and function
Overview of the development, phenotype and functions of regulatory T cells
List of the frequencies of over 25 immune cell types in C57BL/6 mice
Overview of the mechanisms by which antigens are processed and presented to T cells
List of the frequencies of cell types in human peripheral blood

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