cell quantification: suitable
for use with cells sized 4.0–25.0 μm
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Assessing size distributions of cellular populations with the Scepter™ cell counter provides a quick, simple method for tracking T-cell differentiation.
The Scepter handheld, automated cell counter provides a rapid, reliable alternative to traditional SCC analysis in dairy milk.
Using the 40 µm aperture sensor, the Scepter cell counter can accurately and precisely count a broad range of cell types, including small cells such as PBMC and red blood cells.
The Scepter™ cell counter uses the Coulter principle of impedance-based particle detection to reliably and accurately count every cell in your sample.
The Scepter used in an application to count yeast cells.
Step-by-step tumorpshere formation protocol that can used to generate 3D cancer stem cell spheroids.