CD antigens expression in B cells

The production of mature B cells occurs through a series of processes that take place in the bone marrow, spleen, and other peripheral lymphoid organs. CD antigens are a group of cell surface markers that can be used to identify different stages of B cell development or activation, including progenitor B cells, pro-B cells, pre-B cells, immature B cells, marginal zone B cells, naïve B cells, germinal center B cells, memory B cells, plasmablast cells, and plasma cells. Other cell surface antigens used to identify specific stages of B cell development or activation are also listed.

Progenitor B cells CD antigens

Pro-B cells CD antigens

Pre-B cells CD antigens

Immature B cells CD antigens

Marginal Zone B cells CD antigens

Naive B cells CD antigens

Activated Germinal Center B cells CD antigens

Memory B cells CD antigens

Plasmablast CD antigens

Plasma cells CD antigens

Regulatory B cells CD antigens

CD antigens / Cluster of differentiation
CD antigens
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- B cell CD antigens
- T cell CD antigens
- NK cell CD antigens
- Granulocyte CD antigens
- Dendritic cell CD antigens
- Macrophage CD antigens
- Monocyte CD antigens
- Stem cell CD antigens
- Platelet CD antigens
- Erythrocyte CD antigens
- Endothelial cell CD antigens
- Epithelial cell CD antigens
CD antigens related to immunotherapy
CD antigens related to tumor
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CD antigens by molecule
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CD antigens related to signaling pathways
CD antigens by species
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Non-CD cellular antigens
Clusters of differentiation
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