Dendritic cells (DCs) are specialized antigen presenting cells (APCs) able to intake and crosspresent antigens (Ags) on major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I and II molecules to T cells thus initiating primary and memory immune responses. DC-mediated Ag uptake and crosspresentation represent crucial steps toward cancer recognition and eventually elimination. Cytofluorometry is a standardized procedure to study phagocytosis. By fast and reproducible single cell measurements, flow cytometry allows for simultaneous biochemical and functional analyses of Ag intake. In this chapter, we discuss a two-color flow cytometric analysis of DC-mediated uptake of apoptotic bodies. We also show data on the adjuvanticity of Type-I-interferons (Type-I-IFNs) during Ag retention as we offer a guideline and a range of advice on sample preparation and acquisition.