Counting Cells with a Hemacytometer
The hemacytometer has been an essential tool for hematologists, medical practitioners, and biologists for over a century. Read the full history.
From mixing and handling to cell distribution and accuracy, examine the sources and solutions of errors when using a hemacytometer.
Streamline manual counting and reduce the chance of cross-contamination by using a disposable hemacytometer slide: CP2.
Detailed outline on how to use a hemacytomer to obtain a cell concentration and viability using mammalian cells.
Detail outline on how to use a hemacytomer to obtain a concentration and viability (crystal violet and methylene blue) of yeast samples.
Comparison between A2K and a hemacytometer for accuracy, reproducibility and linearity following the recommended testing guidelines set by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology).