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Count Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMC) using the Cellometer Auto 2000

An Alternative to Flow Cytometry!  Cellometer Auto 2000 Offers Accurate and Reproducible Counting Of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMC). Peripheral blood mononuclear cells are used to measure immunological functions. Assays include proliferation, cytotoxicity and cytokine production. The use of cryopreserved PBMCs is critical both in clinical trials and biomedical research. In cancer immunotherapy, leukapheresis is […]

Count primary hepatocytes using the Cellometer Vision

Primary hepatocytes can be used for the in vitro evaluation of metabolism, drug-drug interaction, drug transporter activity, and toxicity of drug candidates.  Hepatocytes are the predominant cell in the liver, comprising about 60% of liver cells and 80% of liver mass. One of the main hepatocyte functions is the production of bile. Hepatocytes are also responsible for […]

Cell Counting 101 – The Hemacytometer

The hemocytometer is a device originally designed for the counting of blood cells and is now also used to count other types as well as other microscopic particles. The hemocytometer was invented by Louis-Charles Malassez and consists of a thick glass microscope slide with a rectangular indentation that creates a chamber. This chamber is engraved with a laser-etched grid of perpendicular lines. […]

Cellometer automatic cell counters – which system is right for me?

The Cellometer automated cell counter from Nexcelom Bioscience has fast become the gold standard for imaging-based automated cell counting.  While competition in this market has increased, Nexcelom has maintained its position as industry leader be developing a wide selection of product choices suited for a large array of of application and budget needs. From brightfield only […]