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A subset of cytotoxic effector memory T cells enhances CAR T cell efficacy in a model of pancreatic

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In humans, the natural killer (NK) cell marker CD161 identifies several subsets of T cells, including a polyclonal CD8 αβ T cell receptor-expressing subset with characteristic specificity for tissue-localized viruses. This subset also displays enhanced cytotoxic and memory phenotypes. Here, we characterized this unique T cell subset using Tonbo Biosciences reagents.

Tonbo Biosciences offers a carefully selected portfolio of antibodies and fluorophores designed to provide researchers with a core resource for flow cytometry reagents that are used in the majority of staining protocols. Made in San Diego, CA, our manufacturing process includes optimization of fluorophore to protein ratio (F:P), meticulous quality control testing, and stringent final release criteria, resulting in consistently high-performing reagents for multicolor protocols.

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