Our first, our classic LUNA™ is an automated cell counter for brightfield cell counting is as popular as ever for its small footprint, ergonomic design, and most importantly, reliably accurate cell counts. The LUNA™ captures a high resolution image of your cells and analyzes the image to produce total, live, and dead cell counts in as little as 7 seconds. Get total cell counts for unstained cells and cell viability data for cells stained with trypan blue or erythrosin B. Live cells are tagged with green circles and dead cells are tagged with red circles, making it easy to verify the accuracy of each count. This little counter sits comfortably in a cell culture hood or on your benchtop to fit seamlessly into your workflow.

WHAT THE LUNA™ DOES BEST

  • 7 Seconds to results

    The LUNA™ acts as your eyes, clicker, and calculator.
    Get concentration and viability data in as little as 7 seconds.

  • Accurate viability data

    The LUNA™ can precisely and consistently distinguish live and dead cells from debris.

  • Advanced cluster analysis

    Clumpy cells? No problem. An advanced declustering algorithm detects individual cells in clusters.

  • Simple recordkeeping

    Print data with the built-in printer or export high-resolution images, data, and full data reports via USB.

THE SOFTWARE THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING.

CUSTOMIZE & SAVE PROTOCOLS VERIFY RESULTS IMMEDIATELY USE THE DILUTION CALCULATOR GATE CELLS ON HISTOGRAMS

THE LOWEST COST. THE GREATEST CONVENIENCE.

Perfect for labs on a budget, our LUNA™ family of automated cell counters work with the LUNA™ Reusable Slide. The LUNA™ Reusable Slide delivers the affordability of manual cell counting without the associated time, subjectivity, and user-to-user variability. Our disposable slides offer the ultimate counting experience. With no mess or cleanup, these precision slides are convenient and maintain the highest standard of cell counting accuracy.
Compatible Reagents
    Cat # Product Qty MSDS Product Insert
    T13001 Trypan Blue Stain, 0.4%

    2 x 1 mL

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    T13001 Trypan Blue Stain, 0.4% VL1801-01.pdfDownload 
    L13002 Erythrosin B Stain

    2 x 1 mL

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    WHAT DO OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY?

    Testimonials
    • Megha Haridas Upadya

      Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

      We use the LUNA Automated Cell Counter in cell culture to count a variety of mammalian cell lines. We find that the cell counter is user friendly, quick and efficient. Since purchasing the cell counter, the time taken to complete experiments has reduced substantially.

    • Edmund Lui, PhD

      Singapore Polytechnic

      I have used the LUNA for my Virology studies. It has a small and lab friendly footprint for the bench-top. I also like the automatic calculation function which was easy to use and provided me with very accurate and reproducible results for my cell studies. LUNA has provided me the fastest platform to count my cells as compared to manual counting. So far after evaluating several brands, LUNA still proves to be the fastest. I am very impressed and glad with the purchase.

    • Stephanie Eng

      Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

      The LUNA has been a great addition to our lab and is so small that we can just place it away under the drawer whenever it is not in use. I have found the cell counter to be more accurate than the V*** for small seeding condition plating.

    • Kevin

      Case Western Reserve University

      We tested the LUNA against three other manufacturers - the B, M, L, company`s products. The LUNA was just as good as, if not better than, all the competition. In addition, the pricing of the device and the corresponding consumables was a winner. We're very happy with that purchase.

    • Monique Heitmeier, PhD

      Washington University in St. Louis

      We LOVE the LUNA cell counter! Makes my life easier for sure!

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    WHERE THE LUNA™ HAS BEEN CITED

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          • 293A

            Experimental condition

            Healthy 293A cells (a subclone of 293 cell line) from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5 | Roundness: 60 % | Min. cell size: 7 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um | Enhanced declustering: On

          • 293T

            Experimental condition

            293T cells (a subclone of 293 cell line) from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 7 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • BT-549

            Experimental condition

            Healthy BT-549 cells (breast carcinoma) from a routine subculture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • CC-503 (Chlamydomonas)

            Experimental condition

            Micro-algae CC-503 strain (Chlamydomonas) was stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter. Althougth algae cells were identified as dead cells with LUNA, total number of cell was accurately counted.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 3 um
            Max. cell size: 12 um
            Enhanced declustering: On


            Kindly provided by [Biomedical Engineering Lab., Seoul National University]

          • CHO (bioreactor culture)

            Experimental condition

            Suspension CHO cells from a bioreactor culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting result

            Total cell concentration: 8.6 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Live cell concentration: 8.4 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Dead cell concentration: 2.7 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Viabillity: 96.9 %
            Average cell size: 12.5 um

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • COS-7

            Experimental condition

            COS-7 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            result

            Total cell concentration: 6.0 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Live cell concentration: 5.7 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Dead cell concentration: 3.0 x 10E4 cells/ml
            Viabillity: 95.1 %
            Average cell size: 22.8 um

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • DAUDI

            Experimental condition

            DAUDI cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            result

            Total cell concentration: 1.9 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Live cell concentration: 1.7 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Dead cell concentration: 1.8 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Viabillity: 90.8 %
            Average cell size: 9.2 um

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • GT1-7

            Experimental condition

            Mouse hypothalamic neuron GT1-7 cells were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 7
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 10 um
            Max. cell size: 30 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

            Kindly provided by [Neuroendocrine Lab., Seoul National University]

          • HeLa

            Experimental condition

            HeLa cells were trypsinized at a mild condition and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter. LUNA showed an excellent performance to count highly clustered HeLa cells.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • HL-60 (100% viability)

            Experimental condition

            Healthy HL-60 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • HL-60 (50 % viability)

            Experimental condition

            HL-60 cells were artificially killed by heating and mixed with healty cells (50:50). Mixed cells were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering : off

          • HL-60 (high concentration)

            Experimental condition

            A high density HL-60 cells were prepared by standard centrifugation and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter. The concentration and the viability of this sample was calcuated as 1 X 10E7 cells/ml and 88.2 % each with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • HL-60 (low viability)

            Experimental condition

            HL-60 cells were artificially killed by heating and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um

          • Hs-578-T

            Experimental condition

            HS578-T cells from a routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • IMR-32

            Experimental condition

            Human neuroblast IMR-32 cells were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 3
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

            Kindly provided from [Neuroendocrine Lab., Seoul National University]

          • Jurkat

            Experimental condition

            Jurkat cells were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • MCF 10A

            Experimental condition

            Healthy MCF 10A cells (a non-tumorigenic epithelial cell line) from a routine subculture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • MCF7

            Experimental condition

            Healthy MCF7 cells (mammary gland; breast carcinoma) from a routine subculture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um Enhanced declustering: On

          • MDA-MB-231

            Experimental condition

            MDA-MB-231 cells from a routine subculture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • MDA-MB-436

            Experimental condition

            MDA-MB-436 cells from a routine subculture were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • MDA-MB-468

            Experimental condition

            MDA-MB-468 cells from a routine subculture were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: Off

          • MIA PaCa-2

            Experimental condition

            Healthy MIA PaCa-2 cells (pancreas carcinoma) from a routine subculture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • N4 (mHypoE-N4)

            Experimental condition

            Embryonic mouse hypothalamus cell line N4 (mHypoE-N4) cells were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 7
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 10 um
            Max. cell size: 30 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

            Kindly provided by [Neuroendocrine Lab., Seoul National University]

          • N44 (mHypoE-N44)

            Experimental condition

            Embryonic mouse hypothalamus cell line N44 (mHypoE-N44) was stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 10 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

            Kindly provided from [Neuroendocrine Lab., Seoul National University]

          • N7 (mHypoE-N7)

            Experimental condition

            Embryonic mouse hypothalamus cell line (mHypoE-N7) was stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 10 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

            Kindly provided from [Neuroendocrine Lab., Seoul National University]

          • NIH3T3

            Experimental condition

            Healthy NIH3T3 cells from a routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 7 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • SCN 2.2

            Experimental condition

            Immortalized suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN 2.2) cells were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 10 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

            Kindly provided from [Neuroendocrine Lab., Seoul National University]

          • SUM149PT

            Experimental condition

            SUM149PT cells from a routine subculture were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • U2OS

            Experimental condition

            Human osteosarcoma U2OS cells from a routine subculture were stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 70 %
            Min. cell size: 10 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

          • UWB1.289

            Experimental condition

            Human ovarian cancer cell UWB1.289 was stained with trypan blue and counted with the LUNA automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Enhanced declustering: On

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