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Immunology can be broadly described as the study of cells and molecules which recognize and evoke responses to antigens or ligands through Innate or Adaptive Immune mechanisms. The dynamic processes of Immunology therefore embrace studies of immune regulation, cytokines, chemokines, interferons and other growth factors, lymphocytes and their subsets i.e T-cell subsets, immunogenetics, immune signaling, host defense, autoimmunity, and inflammation. As a discipline, Immunology spans the market sectors of Research, Diagnostics and Therapeutics. Monoclonal antibodies and engineered antibodies are critical modern tools used in virtually all branches of science in addition to Immunology where monoclonals for CD Markers for example have accelerated all aspects of the Immunology field especially through Flow Cytometry. Interleukins, Interferons, and Growth Factors, and antibodies to their receptors are now utilized as therapies. Cellular therapies involving stem cells, T cells and Dendritic Cells are intensely studied in clinical trials and offer tremendous advances beyond well-established bone marrow transplants for treatments of cancer.

IMGENEX Corporation provides an extensive portfolio of Immunology products with market leading scope in Innate Immunity and TLRs, Inflammation, NF-kB Pathways, Immune Signaling, Signal Transduction Pathways, Apoptosis and Cancer. Our Immunology products are validated and optimized for platforms utilizing ELISA, Flow Cytometry, Immunohistochemistry and Western Blotting. Virtually all areas of Immunology can be found and cross-referenced in the IMGENEX product links below.

Immunology Antibodies Available by Family
Alexa Fluor Antibodies Apoptosis
Autophagy All Antibodies
Cancer antibodies CD Markers
Cytokine and Chemokine Dendritic Cells
Development and Differentiation ELISA
Infectious Agents Inflammation
Innate Immunity Isotype Controls
NF-kB Pathway Regulatory T Cells
Secondaries Signal Transduction
Stem Cell Markers Th17
TNF Family and Death Receptors Toll-like Receptors






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