This is a review about CD8A, based on 248 published articles (read how Labome selects the articles), using CD8A antibody in all methods. It is aimed to help Labome visitors find the most suited CD8A antibody.
CD8A synonym: CD8; Leu2; MAL; p32; CD8 antigen, alpha polypeptide (p32); Leu2 T-lymphocyte antigen; OKT8 T-cell antigen; T cell co-receptor; T-cell antigen Leu2; T-lymphocyte differentiation antigen T8/Leu-2; T8 T-cell antigen

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mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 2
In order to assess the CD4/CD8 ratio as a marker for CD4+ T cell dysfunction in chronic HIV infection, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Life Technologies, Clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to study the dynamics of Ag-specific CD4(+) T cells during antiretroviral therapy, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 2
In order to discuss using the infiltrate to diagnosis B-cell lymphomas, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; fig 1
In order to elucidate how CD8 positive T cells suppress virus replication during simian immunodeficiency virus infection, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 1). J Virol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to elucidate regulation of gamma-globin expression in F-cells, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Life Technologies, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to optimize detection of IL-2 from live cells, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Life Sciences/Invitrogen, Q10059) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cytometry A (2015) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (SP16)
  • IHC-P; human
In order to describe the clinicopathological features of 15 patients with Epstein-Barr virus-positive nodal T/NK-cell lymphoma, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Thermo Scientific, SP16) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. Hum Pathol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IP; human; fig 4
In order to investigate the assembly of glycoprotein complexes by human cytomegalovirus, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Thermo Scientific, 14-4b) was used in immunoprecipitation on human samples (fig 4). Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to show that intermediate DNA methylation is a conserved signature of gene regulation and exon usage, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0806) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Nat Commun (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:20
Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Thermo Fisher, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:20. J Dermatol Sci (2015) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (SP16)
  • IHC; human
Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Thermo Fischer Scientific, SP16) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples. Lung Cancer (2015) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (SP16)
  • IHC-P; human
Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Thermo Scientific, SP16) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. Cancer Immunol Immunother (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • ChIP; human
In order to characterize the coincidence detection with cell differentiation using a microfluidic impedance biochip, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Life Technologies, MHCD0800) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on human samples. Lab Chip (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 5
In order to compare five SIV vaccine platforms, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 5). Clin Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • IC; human; fig 2
In order to compare five SIV vaccine platforms, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitroge, clone MHCD0826) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples (fig 2). Clin Immunol (2014) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (SP16)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100
In order to study the prognostic significance of the infiltration of tumor associate macrophages in patients with triple negative breast cancer, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Lab Vision, RM-9116) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100. Onco Targets Ther (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 5
In order to study the role of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection and pathogenesis, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0817) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 5). PLoS Pathog (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to developed a strategy to expand umbilical cord blood T cells and test their effects after transplantation, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Leukemia (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:50
Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Thermo Fisher Scientific, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:50. Br J Dermatol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; mouse
In order to study the role of human endogenous retrovirus (HERV) envelope proteins in the uptake of exosomes, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0826) was used in flow cytometry on mouse samples. FASEB J (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to study virus-specific human memory T-cell activation in response to Dribble-mediated cross-presentation of viral antigens, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0804) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Transl Med (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 3
In order to assess how invariant natural killer T cells distribute, differentiate, and function in fetal peripheral lymphoid and non-lymphoid organs, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, QDot605) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 3). Mucosal Immunol (2014) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (SP16)
  • IHC-P; human
Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Thermo Fisher Scientific, SP16) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol (2014) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (SP16)
  • IHC; human; 1:50
Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Labvision/Thermo Scientific, SP16) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:50. PLoS Pathog (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey
In order to compare vaccination with highly conserved gag elements verses full-length gag DNA, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0826) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 4
In order to develop microfluidic biochips that count CD4(+) and CD8(+) lymphocytes in whole blood samples to use in third world countries, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Life Technologies, MHCD0800) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 4). Sci Transl Med (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; fig 2
  • WB; Rhesus monkey; fig 2
In order to investigate how chronic morphine exposure affects T cell numbers and functions, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 2) and in western blot on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 2). J Neuroimmunol (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 4
In order to examine tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes derived from liver and lung metastases from patients with gastrointestinal cancers or melanoma, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 4). J Immunol (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to test if impaired human neonatal CD4(+) T cell immunity is due to reduced signaling by naive CD4(+) T cells following engagement of the alphabeta-TCR/CD3 complex and CD28, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). J Immunol (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 4
In order to assess the effects of trichosanthin treatment, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 4). J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol (2012) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to identify integrin alpha2 as a novel stem cell marker, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). Stem Cells (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 2
In order to study the roles of the decidua-derived CCL2 in the Th2 predominance found at the maternal-fetal interface, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (CALTAG, MHCD0818) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). Clin Immunol (2012) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; fig 4
In order to study the use of an IL-12 adjuvant when vaccinating rhesus macaques, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0826) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 4). Hum Vaccin Immunother (2012) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to study influenza-specific CD4 T cells respond to vaccination using Ki67 as a marker, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). Vaccine (2012) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to analyze the proliferation and functional profile of circulating double positive T cells from acutely HIV-infected individuals and chronically HIV-infected viral controllers, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). J Immunol (2012) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; tbl 3
In order to explore the importance of vitamin B6 in the recipients of allogeneic kidney graft, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (tbl 3). J Ren Nutr (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 5
In order to develop and validate a novel system for high throughput quantitation of autophagy in primary human leukocytes, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0828) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 5). Autophagy (2012) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; fig 1
In order to characterize different macaque NK cell subpopulations, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 1). Immunology (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Caltag Laboratories rat anti-CD8 was used in 1:200 to perform immunohistochemistry in order to show that structure and function of Drosophila larval visual system could be changed by light stimulation.Science (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 2
In order to discuss the live attenuated yellow fever vaccines, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B.5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). J Infect Dis (2011) ncbi
not indicatedDynal anti-CD8 was used to perform PCR in order to show that CFS patients do not have murine-like gammaretroviruses in their blood.Science (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; 1:500
In order to investigate memory B cell proliferation during SIV infection, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0817) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples at 1:500. Clin Immunol (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1, 2
In order to examine the impact of Tregs on CAR-modified T cells in the SCID-Beige xenotransplant model, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1, 2). Cancer Res (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 3
In order to report that CD248 controls CD8(+) human T cell proliferation, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0830) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 3). Immunology (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; fig 4
In order to identify and characterize memory B cells in normal rhesus macaques, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, MHCD0817) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 4). PLoS ONE (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to identify immunological/virological biomarkers associated with sleep quality in patients with chronic hepatitis C, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, MHCD0801) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). Scand J Immunol (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to examine human cross-reactive T cells against a pandemic virus, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). Vaccine (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; 1:1000; fig 1
In order to examine the changes in signaling pathways of human CD4(+) and CD8(+) T cells from HIV-infected patients, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Invitrogen, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples at 1:1000 (fig 1). J Immunol (2008) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; fig 4
In order to examine HIV/SIV-derived peptide vaccines, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, MHCD0817) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 4). Vaccine (2006) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; African green monkey; fig 1
In order to discuss available reagents for studying the neotropical primate squirrel monkey, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag Laboratories, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on African green monkey samples (fig 1). J Immunol Methods (2005) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 5
In order to report the adaptive T cell responses to Japanese encephalitis virus in a naturally exposed healthy virus-immune human cohort, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 5). Arch Virol (2003) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to test if CD103 has a regulatory role in the microenvironment of the epithelial cell layer, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2003) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to ask if flow cytometry can be used for the detection of bone marrow involvement in the different types of B-cell malignant neoplasms, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Zymed, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2003) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to identify and characterize immature CD2(-/low) T cells in peripheral blood, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). J Immunol (2002) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to report how to isolate highly purified hematopoietic intermediates, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2002) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to describe a new flow cytometric method to identify TNF-alpha-secreting cells, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag Laboratories, clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). J Immunol Methods (2002) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to use herpes simplex virus type 2 as a model system to investigate CD8(+) T cell trafficking to the skin in humans, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, MHCD0801) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Clin Invest (2002) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to report differential expression of chemokine receptors among NKT cell subsets, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Blood (2002) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to determine how CCR5 expression is reduced in cells from ccr5Delta32 heterozygotes, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Biol Chem (2002) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to determine how CCR5 expression is reduced in cells from ccr5Delta32 heterozygotes, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Biol Chem (2002) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to characterize CCR5 truncations, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Biol Chem (2001) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to characterize CCR5 truncations, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Biol Chem (2001) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 3
In order to assess cryptomonad-derived phycobiliproteins for their applicability to flow cytometry, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag Laboratories, clone 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 3). Cytometry (2001) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 2
In order to characterize the localization and function of STRL33/Bonzo, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). Blood (2000) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 2
In order to investigate the role Th1 cells and their relationship with Th2 cells in human systemic lupus erythematosus, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, MHCD0806) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). Haematologica (2000) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey
In order to examine the innate and adaptive immune responses of rhesus macaques infected with SIVmac251, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (BioSource, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples. J Virol (2000) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to characterize the cells present in the cutaneous blister fluid patients with toxic epidermal necrolysis, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Clin Exp Immunol (2000) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; mouse
In order to elucidate role of SOD-1 overexpression in thymocyte biology, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on mouse samples. J Immunol (1999) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to determine the number of CD4, CCR5, and CXCR4 antibody-binding sites on various T cells and macrophages, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (1999) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human
In order to study responses of peripheral blood T cells to malaria antigens, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Infect Immun (1998) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (3B5)
  • FC; human; fig 4
In order to determine the functional properties of CK beta-11/MIP-3 beta/ELC, Invitrogen CD8A antibody (Caltag, 3B5) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 4). J Immunol (1998) ncbi
BioLegend
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human; 1:20
In order to describe the CD161(hi)TRAV1-2(+) TCR repertoire, BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, 344707) was used in flow cytometry on human samples at 1:20. Hum Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Thromb Res (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey; fig 1
In order to elucidate how CD8 positive T cells suppress virus replication during simian immunodeficiency virus infection, BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples (fig 1). J Virol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human; tbl 4
In order to discuss how to diagnosis hematolymphoid neoplasms using flow cytometry, BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (tbl 4). Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to determine if HIV elite controllers have exhausted T cells, BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Infect Dis (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, 301026) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Hum Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Clin Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
In order to discuss how inflammation contributes to pulmonary arterial hypertension, BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Chest (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human; 1:40
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, HIT8 alpha) was used in flow cytometry on human samples at 1:40. Nat Med (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Eur J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to study the role of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection and pathogenesis, BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, 300914) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). PLoS Pathog (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Blood (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, HIT8alpha) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Leukoc Biol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Immunology (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cell Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
In order to determine the presence, frequency, association to other immune parameters, and functional properties of circulating CD14(+) cells lacking HLA-DR expression in patients with untreated chronic lymphocytic leukemia, BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Blood (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples. J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (Biolegend, clone RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Mol Ther (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • IC; human
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, SK1) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. J Cell Physiol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; 1:100
  • FC; mouse; 1:100
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, 301027) was used in flow cytometry on human samples at 1:100 and on mouse samples at 1:100. Nat Med (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; African green monkey
BioLegend CD8A antibody (BioLegend, 301008) was used in flow cytometry on African green monkey samples. Arch Virol (2013) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
Biolegend anti-CD8a was used in 1.5ug/ml to perform mass cytometry in order to show that different stimulation effect of human hematopoietic cells could be analysized by single-cell mass cytometry.Science (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
Biolegend anti-CD8a-PerCp antibody was used in flow cytometry to harvest and stain infected cells in order to investigate the role of the JAK-STAT1 pathway in the regulation of the replication of HSV-1.Virol J (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
Biolegend PE conjugated mouse anti-human CD8 IgG1 was used in flow cytometry in order to demonstrate that endocytosed FePro nanoparticles did not significantly affect immunological properties of THP-1 cellsPLoS ONE (2008) ncbi
Beckman Coulter
mouse monoclonal (B9.11)
  • FC; human
Beckman Coulter CD8A antibody (Beckman-Coulter, B9.11) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SFCI21Thy2D3)
  • FC; human
Beckman Coulter CD8A antibody (Beckman Coulter, SFCI21Thy2D3) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (B9.11)
  • FC; human
Beckman Coulter CD8A antibody (Beckman-Coulter, B9.11) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. FASEB J (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SFCI21Thy2D3)
  • FC; human
Beckman Coulter CD8A antibody (Beckman-Coulter, SFCI21Thy2D3) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (B9.11)
  • IC; human
In order to analyze HIV-specific naive and memory CD4(+) T cells through two methods, Beckman Coulter CD8A antibody (Beckman Coulter, B9.11) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. J Exp Med (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (B9.11)
  • FC; human
Beckman Coulter CD8A antibody (Beckman Coulter, A66332) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Ann Neurol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (B9.11)
  • FC; human
Beckman Coulter CD8A antibody (Beckman Coulter, B9.11) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Immunol Res (2014) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
Immunotech/Coulter anti-CD8 antibody was used in flow cytometry immunophenotyping to study the function of fibromodulin which serves as a novel tumor-associated antigen (TAA) in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) to enable the expansion of specific CD8+ autologous T lymphocytesBlood (2005) ncbi
eBioscience
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
eBioscience CD8A antibody (eBioscience, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Science (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to study T cell subtypes in breast cancer patients with and without high levels of autoimmune thyroid antibodies, eBioscience CD8A antibody (eBioscience, 15-0088) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cent Eur J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to study the cell mediated immune response to JCV T-Ag in patients with colorectal adenomatous polyps or cancers, eBioscience CD8A antibody (eBioscience, 12-0088-42) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Gut Microbes (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
eBioscience CD8A antibody (eBiosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Clin Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 1
eBioscience CD8A antibody (eBioscience, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). Ann Rheum Dis (2014) ncbi
not indicated
  • IC; human
  • FC; human
eBioscience anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform immunocytochemistry and flow cytometry in order to show that mesenchymal stem cell can be polarized by downstream TLR signaling into two distinctly acting phenotypes.PLoS ONE (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
eBioscience anti-CD8 antibody was used in flow cytometry in order to investigate the role of dendritic cells in the regulation of spontaneous fatal autoimmunity.J Exp Med (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
eBioscience anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study the function of beta-catenin in mediating the effects of ionizing radiation in fibroblasts.J Exp Med (2009) ncbi
Santa Cruz Biotechnology
goat polyclonal (T-18)
  • IC; dog
  • WB; dog
In order to study the role of MAL, a tetraspanning protein, in primary cilium formation, Santa Cruz Biotechnology CD8A antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-46171) was used in immunocytochemistry on dog samples and in western blot on dog samples. J Cell Sci (2015) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Santa Cruz Biotecnology mouse monoclonal CD8-alpha (1:100) antibody was used in immunohistochemistry in order to study the effects of roflumilast on the volume density (VV) of the inflammatory cells present in the lungs after chronic cigarette smoke exposureBMC Pulm Med (2008) ncbi
AbD Serotec (Bio-Rad)
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • IHC; African green monkey; 1:100
In order to study the neurotoxicity of AAV9-mediated expression of a non-self protein in nonhuman primates, AbD Serotec (Bio-Rad) CD8A antibody (AbD-Serotec, MCA4609T) was used in immunohistochemistry on African green monkey samples at 1:100. Mol Ther (2014) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Serotec rat anti-mouse CD8 monoclonal antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to demonstrate that combinational transduction of IL-12 and CC-chemokine ligand-27 (CCL27) genes could induce tumor regression.Gene Ther (2007) ncbi
Spring Bioscience Corp.
rabbit monoclonal (SP16)
  • IHC; human; tbl 1
In order to study the recognition of tumor mutations by T-cells during the transition from primary to recurrent ovarian cancer, Spring Bioscience Corp. CD8A antibody (Spring Biosciences, M3162) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples (tbl 1). Clin Cancer Res (2014) ncbi
Abcam
not indicated
  • IC; human
Abcam polyclonal anti-CD8 antibody was used for immunocytochemistry in order to show the placental transcriptome of VUE and identify VUE combines maternal allograft rejection and maternal antifetal graft-vs-host disease.J Immunol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Abcam rabbit anti-CD8 antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to study the role for FOXP3+ Tregs and B7-H1+/PD-1+ T lymphocytes in theraping high-risk breast cancer patients paraffin section from human tumor.BMC Cancer (2008) ncbi
Miltenyi Biotec
not indicated
  • FC; human
Miltenyi Biotec CD8 antibody was used in flow cytometry in order to investigate the role of PD-L1 in the regulation of STAT-5 protein phosphorylation and chronic inflammation.J Clin Invest (2009) ncbi
BD Biosciences
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 1
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, # 557760) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). Immunol Res (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Pharmingen, 557834) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Am J Reprod Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 3
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 3). Cancer Immunol Immunother (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; tbl 1
In order to discuss using the infiltrate to diagnosis B-cell lymphomas, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (tbl 1). Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig S1
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig S1). J Neuroinflammation (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (Becton-Dickinson, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Histochem Cell Biol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to investigate the primary inflammatory and regulatory T cell responses induced by BCG vaccination in adults, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, clone RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Clin Vaccine Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; mouse; fig 2
  • IC; mouse; fig 4
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Bioscience, 53.6.7) was used in flow cytometry on mouse samples (fig 2) and in immunocytochemistry on mouse samples (fig 4). Nat Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 1
  • IC; human; fig 4
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Bioscience, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1) and in immunocytochemistry on human samples (fig 4). Nat Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 2
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, 557760) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). Scand J Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 2b
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2b). J Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
In order to measure the memory CD4(+) T-cell responses to each varicella zoster virus protein at baseline and after zoster vaccination, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Infect Dis (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to analyze mucosal pinch biopsies collected predominantly during colonoscopies, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Horizon, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Immunol Methods (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to show that intermediate DNA methylation is a conserved signature of gene regulation and exon usage, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, 561947) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Nat Commun (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Pharmingen, 555367) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Alcohol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
In order to assess the effects of long-term cryopreservation of fixed cells on the measurement of mycobacteria induced CD4 T cell immunity, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Immunol Methods (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey
In order to examine the mechanism of anti-alpha4 antibody treatment in monkeys, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples. PLoS Pathog (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Eur J Cancer (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Eur J Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 2
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Pharmingen, 558207) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). Clin Cancer Res (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, 560179) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cancer Res (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
In order to assess the efficacy of using flow cytometry immunophenotyping with fine-needle aspiration cytology for the diagnosis of thyroid lymphoma, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Nat Commun (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
In order to study the incidence of coronary heart disease in cytomegalovirus-seropositive individuals, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, 641400) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Circ Res (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; crab-eating macaque
In order to describe a prime-boost regimen for the HIV vaccination of Macaca fascicularis, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK-1) was used in flow cytometry on crab-eating macaque samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples. J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Virol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; mouse; fig s3
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (Pharmingen, 560662) was used in flow cytometry on mouse samples (fig s3). Stem Cell Res (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Rheumatology (Oxford) (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • IC; human
In order to study the role of dendritic cells in relation to T cells, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; African green monkey
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on African green monkey samples. J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; baboons; fig 1
In order to study the effect of age, gender, social status and peer group on T cells in baboons, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (Becton-Dickinson, clone RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on baboons samples (fig 1). PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Exp Med (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Exp Med (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
In order to test the safety and immunogenicity of an adenovirus 35-vectored tuberculosis vaccine candidate AERAS-402 in infants, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Vaccine (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • IC; mouse
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (PharMingen, SK1) was used in immunocytochemistry on mouse samples. Hum Pathol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Bioscience, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; Rhesus monkey
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Pharmingen, 558207) was used in flow cytometry on Rhesus monkey samples. J Virol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
  • IC; human
In order to study the effect of atorvastatin on telomerase activity in peripheral blood mononuclear cells and T-lymphocytes, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, 560273) was used in flow cytometry on human samples and in immunocytochemistry on human samples. Atherosclerosis (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Horizon, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Clin Cancer Res (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Am J Transplant (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human; fig 3
In order to characterize two cases of anaplastic large cell lymphoma using flow cytometry, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (Becton Dickinson, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 3). Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • IC; human
In order to analyze HIV-specific naive and memory CD4(+) T cells through two methods, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. J Exp Med (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Pharmingen, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Int J Cancer (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Pharmingen, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Virol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human; 50 ug/ml
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples at 50 ug/ml. J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Infect Dis (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Clin Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. J Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
Becton Dickinson anti-CD8a antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study how gut microbiota regulate immunesystem.PLoS Biol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Bioscience, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; chimpanzee
In order to study the in vitro response of gammadelta T-cell subsets from HIV1-infected and control chimpanzees to T-cell activators, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on chimpanzee samples. J Med Primatol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to study NK function in solid tumors, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Int J Cancer (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human; tbl 1
In order to study the effect of innate lymphoid cells on B cells, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (tbl 1). Nat Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, clone RPA T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. PLoS Pathog (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human; fig 1
In order to study mucosal associated invariant T cells and B cell interactions, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Pharmingen, clone HIT8a) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 1). Front Immunol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (HIT8a)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD Biosciences, #555635) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cancer Res (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
In order to use zinc-finger nucleases to simultaneous modify ccr5 and cxcr4 in primary human CD4(+) T cells and introduce these cells into a humanized mouse model of HIV-1 infection, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Blood (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human; tbl 1
In order to compare fine needle aspiration cytology with flow cytometry immunophenotyping for the diagnosis of lymphoproliferative processes in the salivary glands, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, clone SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (tbl 1). Cytopathology (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human; fig 2
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (Becton-Dickinson, 340659) was used in flow cytometry on human samples (fig 2). Cytometry B Clin Cytom (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Cell Stress Chaperones (2012) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen anti-CD8 was used to perform flow cytometry in order to show that Pf sporozoites specific CD8+ could be induced by live attenuated malaria vaccine.Science (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
Becton Dickinson anti-CD8 PE was used to perform flow cytometry in order to show that human long-term engrafting HSCs could be isolated with CD49f as a marker.Science (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences anti-Pacific Blue CD8 was used to perform mass cytometry in order to show that different stimulation effect of human hematopoietic cells could be analysized by single-cell mass cytometry.Science (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study the role of CD40 in tumor regression.Science (2011) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences FITC-anti-human CD8 was used to perform flow cytometry in order to show that IL-17 immunodeficiency could lead to CMCD.Science (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study the role that IL-23 played in psoriasis for new treatment strategies in chronic epithelial inflammatory disorders.J Immunol (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen monoclonal anti-CD8 alpha-PerCPCy5.5 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to show multiple CD3 Zeta-dependent receptor functions can be impaired simultaneously by pathological NKG2D ligand expression.J Immunol (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BDPharmigen anti-CD8 PacBlue (clone RPA-T8) antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to shown that in the absence of SIV infection, PTM have damage to their gastrointestinal tract and increased basal levels of microbial translocation and immune activation.Mucosal Immunol (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen anti-CD8-FITC was used in flow cytometer to to investigate the important role of Itk in CD4/CD8 commitment by regulating signal thresholds for the lineage commitment.PLoS ONE (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Transduction Laboratories CD8 antibody was used for flow cytometry in order to investigate the role Wnt/beta-catenin pathway in the regulation of both physiological and pathophysiological conditions.PLoS Genet (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen CD8 antibody was used for FACS analysis in order to investigate possible differences in dendritic cells within intestinal tissue of mice before and after induction of colitis.World J Gastroenterol (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences anti-CD8 antibody was used in flow cytometry in order to investigate the roles of Fas ligand and TRAIL in the regulation of murine thymic graft-versus-host disease.J Clin Invest (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD PharMingen anti-CD8a-PerCp antibody was used in flow cytometry to harvest and stain infected cells in order to investigate the role of the JAK-STAT1 pathway in the regulation of the replication of HSV-1.Virol J (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD monoclonal anti-CD8 antibody (clone:SK1) was used in flow cytometry to study the association of girls homozygous for an IL-2-inducible T cell kinase mutation with protein deficiency develop fatal EBV-associated lymphoproliferation.J Clin Invest (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences anti-CD8 monoclonal antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study the interaction between virus-specific effector response and Foxp3+ regulatory T Cells in the immunopathogenesis of measles virus.PLoS ONE (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD PECy5.5-conjugated lineage CD8 antibodies were used in flow cytometry to investigate the role of OTT-MAL expression in the regulation of RBPJ-mediated transcription.J Clin Invest (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) conjugated anti-CD8 was used to incubate PBMC in flow cytometry in order to study the sleep restriction which may increase the risk of developing cardiovascular diseasesPLoS ONE (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD anti-CD8 was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study the function of MRN complex in repairing chromosomal rag-mediated DNA double-strand breaks.J Exp Med (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD PharMingen anti-CD8A antibody was used in flow cytometry in order to investigate the role of IL-17 in the regulation of Listeria infection.Eur J Immunol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD anti-CD8-PerCP was used to perform flow cytometry in order to demonstrate that pathogen-driven hER-PV interaction can faciliate Ag entry into the MHC class I pathway and CD8+ T cell.J Exp Med (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to demonstrate that the activation of constitutive JAK3 can induce lymphoproliferative diseases in mice.Blood (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Bio Sciences CD8 antibody was used in flow cytometry in order to study the effect of ovarian CD8alphaalpha+ cells and CC chemokine TECK on the ovulation-related inflammation.J Immunol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to show that the overexpression of IL-15 can reduce the immune response against genital HSV-2 mediated by CD4+ T cell.J Virol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences FITC-conjugated monoclonal anti-CD8 antibody was used in flow cytometry to study a novel high efficiency strategy to clone tumor reactive T cells from peripheral blood for used in adoptive immunotherapy.J Transl Med (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen anti-CD8 PE antibody was used in flow cytometry in order to demonstrate that the deletion of sopB leads to an overall enhancement of the immunogenicity and efficacy of recombinant attenuated Salmonella vaccine strainsInfect Immun (2008) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (SK1)
  • FC; human
In order to study the use of DEC-205 targeting in vaccination against Epstein-Barr virus, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, SK1) was used in flow cytometry on human samples. Blood (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
Becton Dickinson anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study whether the Fas system apoptotic molecules are differentially expressed in Graves' disease and Hashimoto's thyroiditis.Eur J Endocrinol (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometric analysis in order to study the determinants of the level of viremia in naturally SIV-infected SMs.J Clin Invest (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study tumor and tumor-stromal cell interactions.J Immunol (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen anti-CD8 antibody was used in flow cytometry to show T cells expressing CD8 protein.J Immunol (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen PE-CD8 antibody was used flow cytometry in order to study the role of Th2 cytokine secretion in acute graft-versus-host-diseaseExp Hematol (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
PharMingen phycoerythrin(PE)-conjugated anti-CD8 (RPA-T8) antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study the relationship between striking alteration of some populations of T/B cells and expression of CD62L or some chemokine receptors in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.Lupus (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
BD Biosciences monoclonal rat anti-CD8 antibody (3.125 ug/mL) was used in immunohistochemistry in order to determine if desiccating environmental stress exacerbates the development of Sj gren s syndrome-like lacrimal keratoconjunctivitis in the NOD.B10.H2b mouseJ Autoimmun (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences anti-CD8 monoclonal antibody was used to perform flow cytometry in order to study the role of human BM-derived MSCs expressed TLR3 and TLR4 in inhibiting their T-Cell modulatory activity.Stem Cells (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
BD Pharmingen CD8 antibody was used in immunohistochemistry at 1:50 dilution to study the role of CD200-CD200R pathway in axonal protection in the setting of inflammation-mediated neurodegeneration.Am J Pathol (2007) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences FITC conjugated monoclonal antibody to human CD8 (cross-reacts with cynomolgus monkey leukocytes) was used in flow cytometry to analyze the lymphocyte subsets in whole-blood samples or tissue cell suspensions collected from male and female na ve cynomolgus monkeys.Am J Pathol (2006) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Pharmingen CD8 antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to demonstrate that Cy plus IL-12 immunotherapy can eradicate nonimmunogenic tumors.Ann Surg Oncol (2006) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
  • FC; human
BD PE-anti-CD8 (M055725) antibody was used in flow cytometry to study the lck degradation and refractory state in CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytesProc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Biosciences Pharmingen monoclonal anti-CD8-PerCP antibody was used in flow cytometry to study the role of EBV in the pathogenesis of MS in human PBMCs.J Clin Invest (2005) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (RPA-T8)
  • FC; common squirrel monkey
In order to discuss available reagents for studying the neotropical primate squirrel monkey, BD Biosciences CD8A antibody (BD, RPA-T8) was used in flow cytometry on common squirrel monkey samples. J Immunol Methods (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • FC; human
BD Pharmingen peridinin chlorophyll protein-conjugated mouse monoclonal anti-CD8 antibody was used in human PBMC and in flow cytometry to study the human PBMC-transplanted R5 HIV-1JR-FL-infected interleukin-2 receptor gamma-chain-knocked-out AIDS mouse model.J Virol (2005) ncbi
Dako
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples. World J Urol (2016) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human; 1:40
Dako CD8A antibody (DAKO Corporation, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:40. Virchows Arch (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; fig 4
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, M7103) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples (fig 4). Scand J Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human; 1:50
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:50. Scand J Immunol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples. Dig Dis Sci (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. Ann Neurol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human; 1:100
Dako CD8A antibody (DAKO, M7103 (C8/144B)) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:100. Muscle Nerve (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human
In order to study the role of lymph node in the early rectal cancer, Dako CD8A antibody (DakoCytomation, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples. Dis Markers (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human
Dako CD8A antibody (DAKO, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. Eur J Cancer (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human; 1:400
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:400. J Cutan Pathol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; mouse
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, M7103) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples. Arthritis Rheumatol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human; 1:200
Dako CD8A antibody (DAKO, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:200. BMC Clin Pathol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:100
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:100. Immunobiology (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; ready-to-use
In order to determine if the presence of the DUSP22-IRF4 translocation is a distinctive histological features in patients with cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma, Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at ready-to-use. Histopathology (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100. Int J Cancer (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, M7103) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100. Cancer Immunol Res (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human
In order to characterize stroma cells and ductal epithelium comparing chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, Dako CD8A antibody (Dako Cytomation, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:50
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, M7103) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:50. Br J Dermatol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples. Arthritis Rheumatol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IC; human; 1:30
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako, C8/144B) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:30. J Crohns Colitis (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:300
Dako CD8A antibody (Dako A/S, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:300. Clin Exp Allergy (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100
In order to study the role of TORC1 in the fetal brain lesions observed in tuberous sclerosis complex, Dako CD8A antibody (DAKO, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100. Brain Pathol (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC-P; human
Dako CD8A antibody (DakoCytomation, C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples. Cancer (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • IC; human
Dako monoclonal anti-CD8 antibody was used for immunocytochemistry in order to show the placental transcriptome of VUE and identify VUE combines maternal allograft rejection and maternal antifetal graft-vs-host disease.J Immunol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Dako anti-CD8 antibody was used in immunohistochemistry in order to suggest the role of MCP-1 in recruiting host-derived SMCs in cardiac allograftsPLoS ONE (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Dako anti-CD8 antibody (clone C8/144B) was used in immunohistochemistry to study the role for activated gp130 in inflammatory hepatocellular tumours.Nature (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Dako anti-CD8(clone 144B) was used to perform immunohistochemistry in order to study the presence of specific populations of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes in diagnostic primary melanoma biopsies are associated with outcome in clinically stage II melanoma patients.Int J Cancer (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Dako anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform immunohistochemistry in order to study the clinicopathological features of intestinal T-cell and natural killer-cell lymphomas in Taiwan.Hum Pathol (2008) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human
Dako anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform immunohistochemistry in order to study the diversity of gene expression profiles in tumours.Br J Haematol (2008) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (C8/144B)
  • IHC; human
Dako monoclonal anti-CD8(M7103) antibody was used to perform immunohistochemistry in order to study the relationship between lymph nodes(LN) metastases and CD1a+ mononuclear cells, and the role of CD1a in breast cancer.Histopathology (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Dako mouse CD8 antibody was used in immunohistochemistry in order to develop a novel multiple immunoenzyme labelling techniqueJ Histochem Cytochem (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
DAKO anti-CD8 (Clone C-8/144B, 1:50) antibody was used to perform immunohistochemistry in order to study the prognostic effect of Fas-receptor expression and Fas-ligand (Fas-L) production in cervical squamous cell carcinoma progression.Virchows Arch (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Dako monoclonal anti-CD8 antibody (DK25) was used in immunohistochemistry to study the effects of the C5aR blockade on synovial inflammation in RA patients.Rheumatology (Oxford) (2007) ncbi
Ancell
not indicated
  • IC; human
Ancell mouse monoclonal anti-CD8 antibody was used in immunocytochemistry to study SNX5 and SNX6 as potential components of the mammalian retromer through a loss-of-function screenJ Cell Sci (2007) ncbi
Nichirei Biosciences Inc.
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Nichirei anti-CD8 antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to investigate the relationship between IDO expression and tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in endometrial cancer.Clin Cancer Res (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
Nichirei mouse anti-CD8+ monoclonal (clone C8/144B) antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to identify programmed cell death 1 ligand 1 and tumor-infiltrating CD8+ T lymphocytes as prognostic factors of human ovarian cancerProc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2007) ncbi
BioXcell
not indicated
  • IHC; human
BioXcell anti-CD8 antibody was used to perform immunohistochemistry in order to study the role of CD40 in tumor regression.Science (2011) ncbi
others
not indicated
  • FC; human
VRC anti-CD8-Qdot705 was used to perform flow cytometry in order to show that HIV neutralizing antibodies evolved to recognize an invariant viral structure.Science (2011) ncbi
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