CD antigens by differentiation cells

CD antigens / Cluster of Differentiation,are cell surface antigens of leukocytes, and important for immune reactions of organisms. CD antigens found in various immune cell populations like B cells, T cells, Dendritic cells and NK cells. As lymphocytes mature, they express different protein receptors on the cell surface, which can aid in determining the type and maturation stage of the cells being examined. These proteins or antigen markers are called Clusters of Differentiation.

CD antigens chart as drug target

    Key Human CD antigens Key Mouse CD antigens
T Cell   CD3
CD4
CD8
CD3
CD4
CD8
B Cell CD19
CD20
CD19
CD22
Dendritic Cell CD11c
CD123
CD11c
CD123
NK Cell CD56 CD335
Stem Cell CD34 CD34
Macrophage CD14 CD11b
Monocyte CD33 CD33
Granulocyte CD66b CD66b
Platelet CD41
CD61
CD62
CD41
CD9
CD62
Erythrocyte CD235a
CD235a
Endothelial CD146
CD31
CD106
CD146
Epithelial CD326 CD326