What are the different mouse dendritic cell (DC) subsets, and how can they be separated?

As sentinels of the immune system, dendritic cells (DCs) are naturally located in all tissues, especially those at the interface between the body and the external environment, like skin, lung, and intestine. They are also in lymphoid organs where they activate T cells, initiating immune responses. 

Learn more about mouse dendritic cell subsets and separation strategies in the MACS Handbook.