CellDrop™ Automated Cell Counter has been voted for by scientists as the Best New Life Science Product at the 2020 Scientists’ Choice Awards.
The use of trypan blue can be problematic for counting cells and assessing viability in some sample types where debris or non-nucleated cells can interfere. The DeNovix Acridine Orange (Ao) / Propidium Iodide (PI) fluorescence assay is a simple, accurate alternative. Comparative data is presented here.
Manual cell counting with a hemocytometer can be challenging for several reasons. In this blog post, DeNovix explores these issues in more depth.
The NIST has proposed a robust method to assess cell counting linearity and reproducibility. This technical note presents data for the CellDrop using this method and compares results to manually cell counting.
GFP is a common marker for transfection in biological systems. In order to assess transfection success it is important to optimize cell counting settings. this technical note provides a detailed protocol for optimizing the CellDrop GFP Count App.
In this blog post, we will go through each of the individual protocol criteria of our automated cell counters to show how they affect cell counting.
CellDrop Automated Cell Counters use a patented DirectPipetteTM Technology to replace plastic slides. This method allows variable chamber heights to enhance the cell density range without the need for diluting or concentrating samples.