The Vi-CELL™ Cell Counter for Cell Viability Analyzer provides an automatic means to perform the trypan blue dye exclusion method, allowing users to load up to 10 samples at once for easy and automated cell viability analysis. The cellular analysis system can be customized to ensure consistent and accurate cell counts for simple systems such as CHO cells and more complex samples such as yeast.
Live-dead cell staining an quantitation in Bioreactors needs to be accurate and reproducible. Relying on manual cell counting techniques or colorimetric analysis leaves you open to costly mistakes. The Vi-CELL XR cell counter overcomes these issues with smart technology: automated cell staining and counting in a few minutes with customizable cell types for your individual needs. Biotechnology is a booming field, but are your nanoparticles tricking you? Traditional colorimetric assays look at bulk fluorescence or absorbance in the visible region. Nanoparticles optically overlap, an issue that is further aggravated by aggregation. The Vi-CELL XR cell counter can intelligently distinguish between a cell and a nanoparticle aggregate, giving you an answer that can be trusted. Product Features % Viability Total cell concentration Total viable cell concentration Mean cell size Real time cellular images Bioprocess monitoring Validated reagents Convenient reagent pack Benefits Automated cell staining and cell counting in minutes with customizable cell types Live-dead cell staining and quantitation in Bioreactors needs to be accurate and reproducible. You no longer need to rely on manual cell counting techniques or colorimetric analysis. Vi-CELL XR intelligently distinguishes between live and dead cells for a wide range of cell types The Vi-CELL software has many cell types preprogrammed, including CHO, Yeast, and Hybridoma. A customer can also design a cellular analysis for their own specific cell line. Automation for cell counting, staining and disposal No risk of user bias. Programmable cell types with control over the cell sphericity, color and size Over a dozen different variables in all.
|Power Requirements||100V, 120V, 220V, or 240V 50/60 Hz, 50 W (65 W max.)|
a year ago
|Bulk analysis after the fact?|
I have run some samples and saved the images. Unfortunately I didn't collect the stats and now all I have left are the images. Is there a way to rerun the analysis for each sample if I have the collected images (I know I can reanalyze each image but that's tedious and not what I want to do). I just want to get the summary stats for my sample and all I have are the saved images for each sample.