These products allow for the selection of cells for research purposes. Using a variety of technologies, researchers are able to use either positive or negative cell selection, along with antigen-specific cell isolation. Then, there are more products to stimulate the isolated cells.

Using these methods, immune cells and their wide range of functions can be studied. These products are employed to study cells for different analyses and model systems. With immune cells abundant in the body, especially in human blood, immune cells are relatively easily accessible for research purposes.

They have applications in basic research as well as for therapeutic and clinical approaches dealing with organ transplantation, protective and tumor immunity or the treatment of allergies and autoimmune responses.