Flow Cytometry – Primary Antibodies Recognizing Cell Surface Proteins

Flow Cytometry – Primary Antibodies Recognizing Cell Surface Proteins

Assessment of cell surface antigens using antibodies, called immunophenotyping, is a widely used approach for characterization of cell populations. One of the most powerful techniques available for immunophenotyping is flow cytometry since it allows a simultaneous quantitative analysis of several cell surface antigens in either homogeneous or heterogeneous cell populations. Rockland offers a comprehensive selection of fluorescence conjugated, biotin conjugated, and unconjugated primary antibodies suitable for specific detection of cell surface proteins using flow cytometry. Fluorescent dyes include traditional fluorescein (FITC), phycoerythrin (PE) and allophycocyanin (APC). Biotin-conjugated and non-conjugated primary antibodies for flow cytometry can be efficiently used in conjunction with fluorescent-conjugated streptavidin or a suitable secondary antibody respectively. 




CD3e Fluorescein Antibody TLR9 Antibody

CD3e Fluorescein Antibody

TLR9 Antibody



Featured Cell Surface Primary  Antibodies for Flow Cytometry


Cell Biology



  • Streptavidin Phycoerythrin Conjugated - S000-08
  • Streptavidin Fluorescein Conjugated - S000-02

TrueBlot® Mouse Western Blot kit

TrueBlot IP/Western Blot Mouse Rabbit Goat



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