CD (clusters of differentiation) cell markers are cell surface molecules for identification and characterizing of leukocytes. There are more than 370 types of CD molecules and the list continues to grow.
|Type of cells||CD Markers|
|Stem Cells||CD34+, CD31-, CD117+|
|All Leukocyte Groups||CD45+|
|Granulocyte||CD45+, CD11b+, CD15+, CD24+, CD114+, CD182+|
|Monocyte||CD4+, CD45+, CD14+, CD114+, CD11a+, CD11b+, CD91+, CD16+|
|T lymphocyte||CD45+, CD3+|
|T helper cell||CD45+, CD3+, CD4+|
|T regulatory cell||CD4+, CD25+, Foxp3+|
|Cytotoxic T cell||CD45+, CD3+, CD8+|
|B lymphocyte||CD45+, CD19+, CD20+, CD24+, CD38+, CD22+|
|Natural killer cell||CD16+, CD56+, CD3-, CD31+, CD30+, CD38+|
From Genomics to Proteomics
IHC staining of FFPE Human lymphoma tissue using anti-CD4 mouse monoclonal antibody.
IHC staining of FFPE Human lymph node tissue using anti-CD8A mouse monoclonal antibody.
FC analysis of Raji cells using anti-CD19 antibody (red), compared to isotype control (green), and no antibody control PBS (blue).
IHC staining of FFPE Human endometrium tissue using anti-CD3E mouse monoclonal antibody.
IHC staining of FFPE Human spleen tissue using anti-CD420 mouse monoclonal antibody.
IHC staining of FFPE Human lymph node tissue using anti-CD68 mouse monoclonal antibody.