Your cell counts will never be perfect – here’s why

“Biological variation” is an easy explanation to reach for when repeated measurements don’t match up very well. It is vague enough to excuse inconsistency in nearly any biological experiment, and in many cases, it is difficult to disprove.

By |2022-09-09T14:23:52+00:00September 9th, 2022|Categories: Accurate Cell Counting, Cell Counting Leadership, Latest News, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

A rapid method to establish potential molecular targets for colorectal cancer progression

The development of targeted molecular therapies is an increasingly popular approach to combat and overcome the limitations of conventional treatments.

Identifying Downstream Candidates for Targeted Molecular Therapy

A fundamental understanding of the molecular mechanisms responsible for the development and progression of RCC will be pivotal in developing next-generation treatment protocols to improve patient outcomes.

Cell counting: A practical guide to evaluating cell counting methods

Because there is no certified reference material to determine cell concentration, ISO cell counting standards are a valuable tool for evaluating and selecting fit-for-purpose cell counting methods.

Instrument-to-Instrument Variability: A hidden reason your protocol may not work in other labs

For many other types of measurement, close agreement between instruments is achieved by calibration to a reference standard. Some examples include the calibration of a group of analytical balances to a single reference mass and calibration of pH meters to a precisely prepared buffer solution.

An easier way to determine cell barrier functions in lung endothelial cells

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is characterized by pulmonary edema, often causing lung failure or death.

Ever lose count when manually counting?

All of our systems will take images and analyze the sample in less than a minute - with most systems completing in less than 30 seconds!  Our systems can image and analyze cells as small as 0.5 microns up to as large as 300 microns in size!

Webinar on Demand: Applying ISO Cell Counting Standards for Cell and Gene Therapy Products

Speakers from NIST, SCB, and Nexcelom Bioscience break down and simplify the ISO Cell Counting Standards.

By |2022-01-31T21:33:11+00:00June 9th, 2021|Categories: Cell Counting Leadership, Latest News|0 Comments

Demo On-Demand: Run Simple Cell-Based Assays on a Cell Counter!

Watch the Demo: On an easy to use automated cell counter, the Spectrum Image Cytometer, you can perform simple cell-based assays!

Demo On-Demand: Eliminate the cell counting bottleneck

Watch our demo on-demand and discover a better way to count cells with the next-generation high-throughput cell counter!

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