Phospho-specific flow cytometry, or phospho flow, measures the phosphorylation state of intracellular proteins at the single cell level. Many phosphorylation events can be analyzed simultaneously in each cell, along with cell surface markers, enabling complex biochemical signaling networks to be resolved in heterogeneous cell populations. The method has been applied to many diverse areas of biology, including the characterization of signaling pathways in normal immune responses to antigenic stimulation and microbial challenge, alteration of signaling networks that occur in cancer and autoimmune diseases, and high-throughput, high-content drug discovery. In this chapter, we provide detailed experimental protocols for performing phospho flow in cell lines, Ficoll-purified peripheral blood mononuclear cells, and whole blood. These protocols are applicable to both human and murine samples. We also provide methods for the validation of surface marker antibodies for use in phospho flow. Finally, we discuss data analysis methods, in particular, how to quantify changes in phosphorylation and how to visualize the large data sets that can result from experiments in primary cells.