The adaptive immune system is an antigen-specific defense mechanism that develops throughout life. Foreign invaders stimulate the adaptive immune response by binding to T cells and B cells via epitope-specific receptor molecules. V(D)J recombination, the specialized DNA rearrangement used by immune cells to assemble immunogloblulins and T cell receptor genes, allows this system to be highly adaptable and provides long-term, specific immunity.

CD34
NB600-1071

ICAM1
NBP2-22541

LAT
NBP2-27104

All Adaptive Immunity Antibodies, Lysates, Proteins, and RNAi