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Innate immunity

Microorganisms encountered in everyday life only occasionally cause disease; most are detected and destroyed within minutes to hours by the defense mechanisms of the innate immune system. Pathogen recognition and uptake occurs by nonspecific cll populations that do not require prolonged activation. Discover our resources for innate immunity research.


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We highlight the best markers for immunophenotyping human and mouse cells, compiled from over 250 references.

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