The DeNovix® RNA Assay enables the accurate detection of RNA samples across a wide sample concentration range. In addition to the DS-11 Series and QFX Fluorometers, the assay can also be used on Qubit Fluorometers.
The CellDrop™ FL Automated Cell Counter enables the researcher to count PBMCs using a fluorescence image-based method. This Tech Note describes how CellDrop saves time, money and increases count accuracy and reproducibility vs. manual counting.
The DeNovix RNA Assay enables specific and accurate detection of purified RNA samples with a detection range from 5 ng to 1500 ng total mass in 200 µL volumes. This note details the short protocol for use.
The DeNovix RNA Assay enables specific and accurate detection of purified RNA samples with a detection range from 5 ng to 1500 ng total mass in 200 µL volumes. This note details the protocol for use.
A detailed description of how to optimize the AOPI or Custom Methods Applications for counting protoplasts on the DeNovix CellDrop™ FL Automated Cell Counter in conjunction with fluorescein diacetate (FDA) and propidium iodide(PI) fluorescent dyes.
Many yeast samples from brewing contain extracellular debris and are small in size, making them difficult to count using a traditional hemocytometer or brightfield cell counter. This technical note will provide the information needed to accurately count yeast concentration and viability using the fluorescent dyes fluorescein diacetate (FDA) and propidium iodide (PI).
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.
EasyApps software includes pre-installed count apps for rapid counting and viability assessment. This note defines the count settings and how each can be adjusted to optimize performance.
The presence of debris, non-nucleated cells and highly variable cell numbers can make counting primary cells challenging. Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMCs) are a common primary cell source where accurate enumeration is essential. This technical note outlines the best practices for counting PBMCs using the CellDrop Automated Cell Counter.