The aim of this study was to characterize the reactivity of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) that had been submitted to the HLDA8 Workshop. The lineage specificity of target molecules was tested by analyzing their expression patterns on blood cells, leukocytes, and lymphocyte subsets. The expression of target molecules during B cell development, ranging from early precursors to plasma cells, was analyzed using a large panel of B cell lines. Our results have permitted us to characterize the expression of 10 new CD molecules: CD316 (HM1.24, BST2), CD268 (BAFF-R, TNFRSF13C), CD269 (BCMA, TNFRF17), CD267 (TACI, TNFRSF13B), CD275 (ICOSL, B7H2), CD254 (TRANCE, TNFSF11), CD252 (OX40L TNFSF4), CD315 (CD9-P), CD316 (EWI-2, PGRL), and CD307 (IRTA-2 or FcRH5). Three of these new CDs, CD267, CD269, and CD307 presented a B cell-restricted expression pattern. MAbs against these novel cell-surface molecules may offer new tools for research, diagnosis, and therapy.