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The Cellaca MX High-throughput Cell Counter from Nexcelom Bioscience has been nominated for a Scientists’ Choice Award

We are delighted to announce that, thanks to our loyal customers, the Cellaca™ MX High-throughput Cell Counter has been nominated in the Life Sciences category.

By |2020-04-22T16:59:58+00:00April 21st, 2020|Categories: Company News, Latest News|Tags: , |0 Comments

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

It is important for biologists to select the most accurate cell counting method that is fit-for-purpose, especially for cellular therapy products such as CAR T, where cell number and viability significantly affect treatment efficacy.

Is Your Lab Using High-throughput Image Cytometry to Expedite Viral Assay Development and Research of SARS-CoV-2?

Fast track vaccine development process by conducting assays in 96- or 384-well plates based on enumeration of foci, plaque or single infected cells.

Fight Against Coronavirus: Nexcelom China Team Provides Assay Development Support to Scientists

Nexcelom's China team works with scientists in State Key Laboratory of Respiratory Diseases in China, for the screening of antiviral agents against SARS-CoV-2 virus, the cause of COVID-19 (Corona Virus).

By |2020-05-21T14:16:14+00:00March 3rd, 2020|Categories: Celigo Application News, Latest News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Webinar on Demand: Role of Aneuploidy and DNA Damage in the Onset of Human Solid Tumors – Lessons from Mouse Models of Chromosome Losses

Available on demand. During this webinar, Dr. Thomas will share his research in cancer biology related to DNA damage in the onset of solid tumors.

Webinar On-Demand: Cell Therapy Development for Solid Tumors

In this webinar, we highlight a variety of assays to support the development of cell therapies for solid tumors.

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.

Addressing Primary Cell Counting Concerns

Everyone I meet that performs primary cell counting wants to optimize the amount of time they spend doing that task. They also agree that 30 seconds per count sounds pretty good.