Nexcelom Bioscience

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User Feedback on Cellometer Mini

We love our Cellometer Mini! It's so easy to use and only uses a small footprint of our valuable real estate. - Laura Banaszynski, UTSW
The Cellometer Mini bright field automated cell counter is great for measuring viability of cell lines and cultured primary cells when samples are stained with Trypan Blue. This machine has very accurate cell counting software algorithms that can identify, count, and measure bright, live cells and stained dead cells in under 10 seconds - even cells that are clumped together or irregularly shaped! Also, it is very easy to use as well as powerful! - Umakant Sharma, University of Miami
The Cellometer Mini design is very elegant. Before I got the device, I thought it might be another boring, normal one. But when I received it, I found that it is very easy to set up! The user interface is very friendly and easy to use. The operation procedures are simple and easy to follow, which may save a lot of time. The counting results are accurate and the software is very easy to understand and use. The results can be directly viewed on the screen, and it also saves a lot of energy!
We have been using the Cellometer Mini for years now and we are very happy to have a machine which is easy to use and gives good results!
We love our Cellometer Mini! It is so easy and accurate, it makes cell counting a breeze and the ease of use is awesome for students and residents!
The Cellometer Mini is very easy to use and performs well, even with small cells.
The Cellometer Mini is a fantastic instrument! It has been very reliable over the last 6 momths and we use it every week. No issues counting viable cells! - Joe Taube, Baylor University
The Cellometer Mini saved my time and eyes for sure! The best part is that the software provides many options to adjust the setting for different cell shapes and clumps. Our Applications Scientist from Nexcelom was excellent in helping me set up the assays and gave a training session regarding many useful functions.
The Cellometer Mini has made my life so much easier! Definitely beats counting cells by hand. It has been so nice to have this product!
I work with cancer cell lines and some of them grow in clumps making it difficult to count cell numbers. However, by using the Cellometer Mini I am able to get an accurate cell count! I also use the Cellometer K2 for apoptosis assays which makes light of a lot of work, since traditional flow cytometry is time consuming and requires a high number of cells.
The Cellometer Mini has saved me tremendous amounts of time while producing valid and reliable results for my assay development.
I have been using the Cellometer Mini for over 2 years now and its works fantastically! It is quick and efficient for getting cell counts for my cell culture experiments.
The Cellometer Mini is such a timesaver compared to using the hemacytometer! We love it and use it all the time. It is easy for students and residents to use, which also saves us in training time.
The Cellometer Mini is incredibly rapid at counting cells. Even better, the software has a built-in calculator for determining dulutions. It speeds up our workflow. -Joe Taube, Baylor University
We are very happy to use the Cellometer Mini. I need to count many cell lines and it saves time and gives me nice, accurate results. -Fotini Nicolaou, MGH
I really appreciate the small footprint of the Cellometer Mini. It doesn't take up much space and it is very easy to use. The guides provided made it a no brainer. - Alla Brafman, Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc. at FNLCR
The quick and reliable cell counting provided by the Cellometer Mini allows us to get more consistent tumor sizes for in vivo work.
We use the Cellometer Mini. It's my favorite tool! It allows for assays that require many, many, many cell counts to be doable.

More Praise for Cellometer

Makes cell counting fast and easy! Disposable slides are so much easier to use than a conventional hemacytometer.

The Cellometer is very useful - it saves us an immense amount of time. We use it every time we plate. Thanks for a great product!

The Nexcelom Cellometer increased the amount of cell samples I could count in a day, increasing the amount of data points I could derive. Additionally the sheet of viable cells/non-viable cells, cell diameter etc. was extremely helpful. I used the Cellometer for counting SHSY-5Y cells. - Kaeli Freeborough, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

I love the simplicity and user-friendliness of the instrument. I learned how to count cells on a hemocytometer, which was tedious and required too much precious time. Not to mention, the hemocytometer and coverslips were extremely easy to break which, added up to a lot of replacement costs. With the Cellometer disposable slides I don't have to worry about any of that, and the computer does the counting and math for me. In addition, I love being able to adjust the settings so that it can count smaller cells such as immune cells. Sometimes, we have samples that have immune and/or cancer cells mixed in with red blood cells, and being able to gate out the rbc's through size is a convenience that I am extremely grateful for.

With Cellometer it is really easy and quick to visualize our cells and perform counting. Cellometer also enabled us to read RFP and GFP Taransfected cells very quickly - Neha Bhise, University of Florida

We are using Cellometer to do cell count and RFP, GFP readings. It is very easy to find transfection efficiency of transfected cell lines using Cellometer. Saving time in cell counting also. Very fast and gives dilution calculations, that is also a very good tool. - Lata Chuhan, University of Florida

The Cellometer has been one of the best equipment buys in a long time.  Very efficient and accurate for our purpose and it fits perfectly in our TC room and on top, it is very easy to use.  The lab is very happy with the machine.

The Cellometer instrument has made counting cells and assessing viability fast, accurate and very easy to do. I am able to keep better track of my cells because of it

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