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B Cells

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B cells are a vital part of the adaptive humoral immune system. They are distinguished from other lymphocytes by the B Cell Receptor (BCR) that allows the binding of specific antigens. Generated in adult bone marrow and following maturation, B cells are activated by antigen recognition and a signal from T helper cells or the antigen itself. They produce antibodies and act as antigen-presenting cells. They can develop into memory B cells to establish immunological memory or Plasma B cells that secrete large quantities of antibodies. Each stage of B cell development and differentiation requires multiple transcription factors and cell surface proteins.

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Description Cat. No. Clone Applications Size Price Qty
19212-60
A7R34
FC
25 μg
$60.00
100 μg
$150.00
AF-310-13
FA
20µg
$215.00
100µg
$935.00
500µg
$3,420.00
1mg
$5,700.00
AF-300-02
FA
100µg
$215.00
250µg
$420.00
500µg
$720.00
1mg
$1,200.00
AF-200-10
FA
10µg
$215.00
100µg
$1,140.00
500µg
$3,420.00
1mg
$5,700.00
AF-200-01A
FA
10µg
$215.00
100µg
$1,140.00
500µg
$3,420.00
1mg
$5,700.00
AF-200-01B
FA
10µg
$215.00
100µg
$1,140.00
500µg
$3,420.00
1mg
$5,700.00
AF-200-02
FA
100µg
$215.00
500µg
$720.00
1mg
$1,200.00
AF-200-21
FA
10µg
$215.00
100µg
$1,140.00
500µg
$3,420.00
1mg
$5,700.00

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