Immunology at Work is here for you, whether you want to review the basics, gain more in-depth knowledge, or discover the latest research tools. This resource hub contains rich and reliable technical content designed for new and experienced life scientists alike exploring the field of immunology.
Discover the different immune cells and their role in immunology. For each cell category, you can find information on its development, differentiation, effector function, and role in disease, as well as common methods used for its study and cellular markers that are relevant for phenotyping. Click on the cell type below to learn more.
Apply the background information provided throughout this resource center with practical and relevant application protocols. Browse by application or technique:
Find on-demand tutorials and register for upcoming webinars to get firsthand knowledge of the latest technologies to accelerate your immunology research.
Digital tools to make your experimental planning easier.
Design your flow cytometry panels effortlessly with our FREE Panel Design Service by our scientists, or use our Panel Builder Tool for a DIY approach.
Learn about the scientists who helped put this resource center together.
We asked scientists in immunology research about the challenges they face, how they overcome them and what keeps them motivated. What we learned was so inspiring that we created this space to share their stories with you.
“I feel blessed that I have a family that I love, that I can do what I love to do. Knowing that some people are restrained, they have disease that doesn't allow them to have a similar life as me, that drives me.”
“I was a cancer patient and a cancer survivor 25 years ago. I had these questions about how my disease would go. And that's exactly the work that we do here at Talon.”
An idea is like a spark in the dark. It makes everything brighter. This blog series uncovers common challenges in immunology research experiments and spark different ways of thinking to discover solutions.
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