From Cell-based Discovery and Development to High-Throughput Manufacturing. Rapid, Compliant, and Scalable Cell Counting Solutions with 21 CFR Part 11 compliance.
Accurate counting and qualification of cells during the workflow of the single cell sequencing is essential to determine number of cells.
This webinar takes a look at primary cell analysis and the difficulties of counting with traditional methods and presents an alternative of fluorescent counting.
This webinar takes a look cell cycle. How is it currently examined? Is there a better way? What if cell cycle assays could be performed in a high throughput method?
This video demonstration features of the Cellometer K2 image cytometer for cell counting and analysis. Cell-based assays such as Cell Cycle or Apoptosis can also be performed.
The MD Anderson Cancer Center investigated how a patient’s anti-cancer T cells might be better protected from the cytotoxic effects of the anti-thymidylate drugs (AThys; such as methotrexate) used to treat lung, breast, colon, and pancreas cancers. Although AThys successfully attack cancer cells, the drugs also reduce a patient’s own anti-cancer T cell population, which plays an important role in helping the patient overcome the disease. Using Jurkat, AaPC cells, and mutated human proteins called muteins, researchers were able to manufacture T cells that were resistant to cytotoxic levels of AThys. The Cellometer K2 and Trypan Blue were used to [...]
The International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics is hosting their annual meeting October 19-23, 2014 at the Hilton San Francisco in San Francisco, CA. Nexcelom Bioscience will be exhibiting at booth # 314. We have 3 instruments that are specifically relevant for this field: Cellometer Auto 2000, Cellometer K2 and Celigo S. If you're attending ISSX 2014, stop by the booth, talk to Justin or Tim, and learn about how these instruments can benefit you and your lab! If you aren't able to make it out to ISSX this year, but would like more information about any of these [...]
Obtain fast, accurate and consistent cell viability and concentration measurements of primary murine samples in <30 seconds using the Cellometer K2!