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 |2021-07-22T16:10:30+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!

Webinar on Demand: ISO Cell Counting Standards

Practical Application of ISO Cell Counting Standards to Improve the Quality of Cell Counting Measurements

Does your current cell counting method meet the new standards?

Nexcelom Bioscience provides additional details on how your laboratory can maintain guidelines, meet standards, and ensure proper method selection of counting cells based on your experimentation.

By |2021-06-15T04:16:51+00:00August 24th, 2020|Categories: Accurate Cell Counting, Cell Counting Leadership, Latest News|Tags: |0 Comments

How to count cells using a hemocytometer

View these simple step-by-step instructions for counting cells using a hemoctyometer and microscope. Includes the formula for calculating the dilution factor.

Fewer people in the lab? Get your cells counted faster

With labs having to operate with fewer people the ability to increase efficiency has become more important than ever.

Is your trypan blue rupturing dead or dying immune cells leading to an over-estimation of cell viability?

It is important to select the most accurate cell counting method that is fit-for-purpose where cell number and viability significantly affect treatment efficacy.

Improving the viral plaque assay speed, sensitivity and robustness using imaging cytometry

Improved fluorescent plaque assay method using fluorescently-labeled antibodies and the use of the Celigo image cytometer.

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