• LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter
  • BRIGHTFIELD CELL COUNTER

    LUNA-II™ Automated Cell Counter

    Small yet powerful, the LUNA-II™ is cell counting convenience at its finest.
    Simply insert your sample and the LUNA-II™ does the rest: autofocus, adjust light, and count in just 15 seconds.
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The LUNA-II™ is an automated cell counter that gives you the ultimate brightfield cell counting experience. Press count and the LUNA-II™ does the rest – bringing your cells into the sharpest focus, adjusting light levels, capturing a high-resolution image, and analyzing the image to produce accurate cell count and viability data. You can create custom, cell-specific cell counting protocols or simply use the default counting protocol suitable for most cell lines or a PBMC protocol optimized for human peripheral blood mononuclear cells. 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-II™ DOES BEST

  • LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter autofocused counting in 15 seconds
    AUTOFOCUSED COUNTING IN 15 SECONDS

    An autofocusing liquid lens and advanced software produce concentration
    and viability data in as little as 15 seconds.

  • LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter accurate viability data
    Accurate viability data

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

  • LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter advanced cluster analysis
    Advanced cluster analysis

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

  • LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter simple recordkeeping
    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.
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Celecoxib treatment of fibrous dysplasia (FD) in a human FD cell line and FD-like lesions in mice with protein kinase A (PKA) defects. Saloustros E, Liu S, Mertz EL, Bhattacharyya N, Starost MF, Salpea P, Nesterova M, Collins M, Leikin S, Stratakis CA. Molecular and cellular endocrinology. 439:165-174.(2017) Scaling and automation of high-throughput single-cell-derived tumor sphere assay chip. Cheng YH, Chen YC, Brien R, Yoon E. Lab on a chip. 16(19):3708-17. Serial changes in the proliferation and differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells after ionizing radiation. Jeong W, Yang X, Lee J, Ryoo Y, Kim J, Oh Y, Kwon S, Liu D, Son D. Stem cell research & therapy. 7(1):117. p-coumaric acid, a novel and effective biomarker for quantifying hypoxic stress by HILIC-ESI-MS. Silina YE, Fink-Staube C, Hanselmann RG, Peuschel H, Volmer DA. Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences. 1020:6-13. Effect of cryopreservation on the properties of human endometrial stromal cells used in embryo co-culture systems. Bochev I, Belemezova K, Shterev A, Kyurkchiev S. Journal of assisted reproduction and genetics. 33(4):473-80. (2016) Spark plasma sintering of load-bearing iron-carbon nanotube-tricalcium phosphate CerMets for orthopaedic applications. Montufar EB, Horynová M, Casas-Luna M, Diaz-de-la-Torre S, Celko L, Klakurková L, Spotz Z, Diéguez-Trjo G, Fohlerová Z, Drorak K, Zikmund T, Kaiser J. Journal of assisted reproduction and genetics. 33(4):473-80. Application of a non-hazardous vital dye for cell counting with automated cell counters. Kim SI, Kim HJ, Lee HJ, Lee K, Hong D, Lim H, Cho K, Jung N, Yi YW. Analytical biochemistry. 492:8-12. (2016)
LUNA-II™ Brochure Application of a non-hazardous vital dye for cell counting with automated cell counters The accuracy and low variability of the LUNA-II™ Logos Biosystems Products Brochure LUNA-II™ software 1.8.9 Software
Compatible Reagents
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    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
    • Dale Taylor

      University of Melbourne

      Fantastic easy to use machine
      The LUNA-II is a fantastic product that has allowed me to create reproducible experiments within my cell culture. The instrument is extremely easy to use with a user friendly interface as well as appropriate complementary instructions online. The machine has never had any issues or faults after over a year of heavy use and as such I have recommended it to other labs with heavy tissue culture usage!

    • Clémence Jacquemin, PhD

      INSERM

      Rapid, simple, reliable. This product is easy to use. The fact that one can use a reusable blade is an advantage in terms of cost when one line is to be counted. The results are reliable, we have compared them to those obtained in Molasses cells, against the concentration must be close to 1x10 ^ 6 cells / mL. I am very satisfied with this purchase, which is unanimous within the team.

    • Paul Kim, PhD

      Grambling State University

      This is a nice automated cell counter that is well worth considering. We count cells to set up experiments with a consistent number of input cells and to express the resulting data accurately. An automated cell counter makes this a quick, painless, reproducible process. Tip: get the one with the printer!

    • Tracey Geneau

      Greenfield Ethanol

      I'm testing the LUNA-II and it works great. I work for an ethanol plant and our operators count yeast. This will be a great way to streamline the yeast count results. It will also please our operators.

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    WHERE THE LUNA-II™ HAS BEEN CITED

    Citations
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      2019. Matson JP, House AM, Grant GD, Wu H, Perez J, Cook JG. Journal of Cell Biology jcb.201902143.

    • Push–pull configuration of high-power MOSFETs for generation of nanosecond pulses for electropermeabilization of cells.
      2019. Davies W, Merla C, Casciati A, Tanori M, Zambotti A, Mancuso M, Bishop J, White M, Palego C, Hancock CP. International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies 1-13.

    • A “switch-on” photoluminescent and electrochemiluminescent multisignal probe for hypochlorite via a cyclometalated iridium complex
      2019. Han D, Qian M, Gao H, Wang B, Qi H, Zhang C. Analytica Chemica Acta 1074: 98-107.

    • Myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein revisited—sensitive detection of MOG-specific T-cells in multiple sclerosis.
      2019. Bronge M, Ruhrmann S, Carvalho-Queiroz C, Nilsson OB, Kaiser A, Holmgren E, Macrini C, Winklmeier S, Meinl E, Brundin L, Khademi M, Olsson T, Gafvelin G, Grönlund H. Journal of Autoimmunity S0896-8411(19): 30036-8.

    • Isolation and enrichment of mouse insulin-specific CD4+ T regulatory cells.
      2019. Đedović N, Paunović V, Stojanović I. Journal of Immunological Methods 470: 46-54.

    • Biosorption of radioactive cesium from contaminated water by microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis and Chlorella vulgaris.
      2019. Lee KY, Lee SH, Lee JE, Lee SY. Journal of Environmental Management 233: 83-88.

    • TP53 gain-of-function mutation promotes inflammation in glioblastoma.
      2019. Ham SW, Jeon HY, Jin X, Kim EJ, Kim JK, Shin YJ, Lee Y, Kim SH, Lee SY, Seo S, Park MG, Kim HM, Nam DH, Kim H. Cell Death & Differentiation 26(3): 409–425.

    • Ethyl pyruvate induces tolerogenic dendritic cells.
      2019. Djedovic N, Mansilla MJ, Jevtić B, Navarro-Barriuso J, Saksida T, Martínez-Cáceres EM, Miljković Ð. Ethyl Pyruvate Induces Tolerogenic Dendritic Cells. Frontiers in Immunology 10:157.

    • Nrf2 suppresses allergic lung inflammation by attenuating the type 2 innate lymphoid cell response.
      2019. Nagashima R, Kosai H, Masuo M, Izumiyama K, Noshikawaji T, Morimoto M, Kumaki S, Miyazaki Y, Motohashi H, Yamamoto M, Tanaka N. Journal of Immunology 202(5): 1331-1339.

    • Oral vaccination with influenza hemagglutinin combined with human pulmonary surfactant-mimicking synthetic adjuvant SF-10 induces efficient local and systemic immunity compared with nasal and subcutaneous vaccination and provides protective immunity in mice.
      2019. Kimoto T, Kim H, Sakai S, Takahashi E, Kido H. Vaccine 37(4): 612-622.

    • Ethyl pyruvate stimulates regulatory T cells and ameliorates type 1 diabetes development in mice.
      2019. Koprivica I, Vujičić M, Gajić D, Saksida T, Stojanović I. Frontiers in Immunology 9: 3130.

    • Itaconic acid degradation in Aspergillus niger: The role of unexpected bioconversion pathways.
      2019. Hossain AH, Beek AT, Punt PJ. Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 6: 1.

    • Influence of implant material and surface on differentiation and proliferation of human adipose-derived stromal cells.
      2018. Jung S, Bohner L, Hanisch M, Kleinheinz J, Sielker S. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 19(12): 4033.

    • Systematic allelic analysis defines the interplay of key pathways in X chromosome inactivation.
      2018. Nesterova TB, Wei G, Coker H, Pintacuda G, Bowness JS, Zhang T, Almeida M, Bloechl B, Moindrot B, Carter EJ, Rodrigo IA, Pan Q, Bi Y, Song CX, Brockdorff N. bioRxiv 477232.

    • Aptamer grafting onto (on) and into (in) pegylated gold nanoparticles: Physicochemical characterization and in vitro cytotoxicity investigation in renal cells.
      2018. Arib C, Milano S, Gerbino A, Spadavecchia J. Journal of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology 9(6): 520.

    • Accurate characterization of expanded tandem repeat length and sequence through whole genome long-read sequencing on PromethION.
      2018. De Roeck A, De Coster W, Bossaerts L, Cacace R, De Pooter T, Van Dongen J, D’Hert S, De Rijk P, Strazisar M, Van Broeckhoven C, Sleegers K. bioRxiv 439026.

    • Combined treatment with modulated electro-hyperthermia and an autophagy inhibitor effectively inhibit ovarian and cervical cancer growth.
      2018. Yang W, Han GH, Shin HY, Lee EJ, Cho H, Chay DB, Kim JH. International Journal of Hyperthermia 36(1): 9-20.

    • Capsular‐defective Porphyromonas gingivalis mutant strains induce less alveolar bone resorption than W50 wild‐type strain due to a decreased Th1/Th17 immune response and less osteoclast activity.
      2018. Monasterio G, Fernández B, Castillo F, Rojas C, Cafferata EA, Rojas L, Alvarez C, Fernández A, Hernández M, Bravo D, Vernal R. Journal of Periodontologoy 90(5): 522-534.

    • Site-specific glycosylation of Ebola virus glycoprotein by human polypeptide GalNAc-transferase 1 induces cell adhesion defects.
      2018. Simon EJ, Linstedt AD.Journal of Biological Chemistry 293: 19866-19873.

    • PEA15 promotes liver metastasis of colorectal cancer by upregulating the ERK/MAPK signaling pathway.
      2018. Tang B, Liang W, Liao Y, Li Z, Wang Y, Yan C. Oncology Reports 41(1): 43-56.

    • Novel enhancer for luminol-AuNP electrochemiluminescence and decoration on RNA membranes for effective cytosensing.
      2018. Guo Y, Shang X, Liu F, Hu Y, Li S, Liu J, Wu F. ACS Applied Bio Materials 1(5): 1647-1655.

    • The ectodomains determine ligand function in vivo and selectivity of DLL1 and DLL4 toward NOTCH1 and NOTCH2 in vitro.
      2018. Tveriakhina L, Schuster-Gossler K, Jarrett SM, Andrawes MB, Rohrbach M, Blacklow SC2,3, Gossler A. eLife 7: e40045.

    • Up-regulation of heme oxygenase-1 expression and inhibition of disease-associated features by cannabidiol in vascular smooth muscle cells.
      2018. Schwartz M, Böckmann S, Hinz B. Oncotarget 9(77): 34595–34616.

    • Protective effect of 1950 MHz electromagnetic field in human neuroblastoma cells challenged with menadione.
      2018. Falone S, Sannino A, Romeo S, Zeni O, Santini SJ, Rispoli R, Amicarelli F, Scarfì MR. Scientific Reports 8: 13234.

    • Expression profile of LGR5 and its prognostic significance in colorectal cancer progression.
      2018. Jang BG, Kim HS, Chang WY, Bae JM, Kim WH, Kang GH. The American Journal of Pathology 188(10): 2236-2250.

    • Pinosylvin enhances leukemia cell death via down‐regulation of AMPKα expression.
      2018. Song J, Seo Y, Park H. Phytotherapy Research 32(10): 2097-2104.

    • MASTL inhibition promotes mitotic catastrophe through PP2A activation to inhibit cancer growth and radioresistance in breast cancer cells.
      2018. Yoon YN, Choe MH, Jung KY, Hwang SG, Oh JS, Kim JS. BMC Cancer 18(1): 716.

    • Rapid “turn-on” photoluminescence detection of bisulfite in wines and living cells with a formyl bearing bis-cyclometalated Ir(III) complex.
      2018. Gao H, Qi H, Peng Y, Qi H, Zhang C. Analyst 143(15): 3670-3676.

    • Uptake profiles of human serum exosomes by murine and human tumor cells through combined use of colloidal nanoplasmonics and flow cytofluorimetric analysis.
      2018. Busatto S, Giacomini A, Montis C, Ronca R, Bergese P. Analytical Chemistry 90(13): 7855-7861.

    • Synergistic in-vitro effects of combining an antiglycolytic, 3-bromopyruvate, and a bromodomain-4 inhibitor on U937 myeloid leukemia cells.
      2018. Kapp N, Stander XX, Stander BA. Anticancer Drugs 29(5): 429-439.

    • miR-550a-3-5p acts as a tumor suppressor and reverses BRAF inhibitor resistance through the direct targeting of YAP.
      2018. Choe MH, Yoon Y, Kim J, Hwang SG, Han YH, Kim JS. Cell Death & Disease 9: 640.

    • Histone modulation blocks Treg-induced Foxp3 binding to the IL-2 promoter of virus-specific CD8+ T cells from feline immunodeficiency virus-infected cats.
      2018. Nao M, Wang Y, De Paris K, E Fogle J. Viruses 10(6): 287.

    • The ability of lysate-PRF induces proliferation of fibroblast cells in endodontic regenerative therapy.
      2018. Meidyawati R, Suprastiwi E. Open Journal of Stomatology 8(5): 182-187.

    • Leukocyte-poor platelet-rich plasma-derived growth factors enhance human fibroblast proliferation in vitro.
      2018. Noh KC, Liu XN, Zhuan Z, Yang CJ, Kim YT, Lee GW, Choi KH, Kim KO. Clinics in Orthopedic Surgery 10(2): 240-247.

    • Amino acid signature in human melanoma cell lines from different disease stages.
      2018. Wasinger C, Hofer A, Spadiut O, Hohengger M. Scientific Reports 8: 6245.

    • Equine mesenchymal stem cells derived from endometrial or adipose tissue share significant biological properties, but have distinctive pattern of surface markers and migration.
      2018. Cabezas J, Rojas D, Navarrete F, Ortiz R, Rivera G, Saravia F, Rodriguez-Alvarez L, Castro F. Theriogenology 106: 93-102.

    • Cell-surface phosphatidylserine regulates osteoclast precursor fusion.
      2018. Verma SK, Leikina E, Melikov K, Gebert C, Kram V, Young MF, Uygur B, Chernomordik LV. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 293(1): 254-270.

    • ZnO nanoparticle preparation route influences surface reactivity, dissolution and cytotoxicity.
      2018. Anders CB, Eizenberger JE, Franco NA, Hermann RJ, Rainey KD, Chess JJ, Punnoose A, Wingett DG. Environmental Science: Nano 5: 572-588.

    • Toxicity assessment of iron oxide nanoparticles based on cellular magnetic loading using magnetophoretic sorting in a trapezoidal microchannel.
      2018. Shen F, Park JK. Analytical Chemistry 90(1): 920-927.

    • Rapid DNA replication origin licensing protects stem cell pluripotency.
      2017. Matson JP, Dumitru R, Coryell P, Baxley RM, Chen W, Twaroski K, Webber BR, Tolar J, Bielinsky AK, Purvis JE, Cook JG. eLife 6: e30473.

    • Differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells into functional lung alveolar epithelial cells.
      2017. Jacob A, Morley M, Hawkins F, McCauley KB, Jean JC, Heins H, Na CL, Weaver TE, Vedaie M, Hurley K, Hinds A, Russo SJ, Kook S, Zacharias W, Ochs M, Traber K, Quinton LJ, Crane A, Davis BR, White FV, Wambach J, Whitsett JA, Cole FS, Morrisey EE, Guttentag SH, Beers MF, Kotton DN. Cell Stem Cell 21(4): P472-488.E10.

    • Synthesis, radiosynthesis and in vitro evaluation of 18F-Bodipy-C16/triglyceride as a dual modal imaging agent for brown adipose tissue.
      2017. Paulus A, Maenen M, Drude N, Nascimento EBM, van Marken Lichtenbelt WD, Mottaghy FM, Bauwens M. PLoS One 12(8): e0182297.

    • Monitoring photosynthetic activity in microalgal cells by raman spectroscopy with deuterium oxide as a tracking probe.
      2017. Yonamine Y, Suzuki Y, Ito T, Miura Y, Goda K, Ozeki Y, Hoshino Y. ChemBioChem 18(20): 2063-2068.

    • Inflammatory genes TNFα and IL6 display no signs of increased H3K4me3 in circulating monocytes from untreated rheumatoid arthritis patients.
      2017. Messemaker TC, Mikkers HMM, Huizinga TW, Toes REM, van der Helm-van Mil AHM, Kurreeman F. Genes & Immunity 18(3): 191-196.

    • Ursodeoxycholic acid inhibits the proliferation of colon cancer cells by regulating oxidative stress and cancer stem-like cell growth.
      2017. Kim EH, Cho JH, Kim EJ, Kim YJ. PLos One 12(7): e0181183.

    • Microbial ice nucleators scavenged from the atmosphere during simulated rain events.
      2017. Hanlon R, Powers C, Failor K, Monteil CL, Vinatzer BA, Schmale DG. Atmospheric Environment 163: 182-189.

    • Comparison of fibroblast cell regeneration in three different concentrations of Wharton's Jelly mesenchymal stem cells conditioned medium (WJMSCs-CM).
      2017. Untoro EG, Asrianti D, Usman M, Meidyawati R, Margono A. JJournal of Physics: Conference Series 884: 012067.

    • The use of a semi-automated system to measure mouse natural killer T (NKT) cell activation by lipid-loaded dendritic cells.
      2017. Ghumra A, Alcocer M. Food Allergens 1592: 249-262.

    • Ribosome profiling reveals translational upregulation of cellular oxidative phosphorylation mRNAs during vaccinia virus-induced host shutoff.
      2017. Dai A, Cao S, Dhungel P, Luan Y, Liu Y, Xie Z, Yang Z. Journal of Virology 91(5): e01858-16.

    • Celecoxib treatment of fibrous dysplasia (FD) in a human FD cell line and FD-like lesions in mice with protein kinase A (PKA) defects.
      2017. Saloustros E, Liu S, Mertz EL, Bhattacharyya N, Starost MF, Salpea P, Nesterova M, Collins M, Leikin S, Stratakis CA. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 439: 165-174.

    • Effect of cobalt-mediated Toll-like receptor 4 activation on inflammatory responses in endothelial cells.
      2016. Anjum SA, Lawrence H, Holland JP, Kirby JA, Deehan DJ, Tyson AJ. Oncotarget 7(47): 76471–76478.

    • Scaling and automation of high-throughput single-cell-derived tumor sphere assay chip.
      2016. Cheng YH, Chen YC, Brien R, Yoon E. Lab on a Chip 16(19): 3708-17.

    • Serial changes in the proliferation and differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells after ionizing radiation.
      2016. Jeong W, Yang X, Lee J, Ryoo Y, Kim J, Oh Y, Kwon S, Liu D, Son D. Stem Cell Research & Therapy 7(1): 117.

    • p-Coumaric acid, a novel and effective biomarker for quantifying hypoxic stress by HILIC-ESI-MS.
      2016. Silina YE, Fink-Staube C, Hanselmann RG, Peuschel H, Volmer DA. Journal of Chromatography. B, Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 1020: 6-13.

    • Effect of cryopreservation on the properties of human endometrial stromal cells used in embryo co-culture systems.
      2016. Bochev I, Belemezova K, Shterev A, Kyurkchiev S. Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics 33(4): 473-80.

    • Targeting Toll-like receptor 4 prevents cobalt-mediated inflammation.
      2016. Lawrence H, Mawdesley AE, Holland JP, Kirby JA, Deehan DJ, Tyson-Capper AJ. Oncotarget 7(7):7578-85.

    • Spark plasma sintering of load-bearing iron-carbon nanotube-tricalcium phosphate CerMets for orthopaedic applications.
      2016. Montufar EB, Horynová M, Casas-Luna M, Diaz-de-la-Torre S, Celko L, Klakurková L, Spotz Z, Diéguez-Trjo G, Fohlerová Z, Drorak K, Zikmund T, Kaiser J. Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics 33(4): 473-80.

    • Application of a non-hazardous vital dye for cell counting with automated cell counters.
      2016. Kim SI, Kim HJ, Lee HJ, Lee K, Hong D, Lim H, Cho K, Jung N, Yi YW. Analytical Biochemistry 492: 8-12.

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      The accuracy and low variability of the LUNA-II™

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      Application of a non-hazardous vital dye for cell counting with automated cell counters

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      Using the LUNA Reusable Slide for accurate cell counting with automated cell counters

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      How to Count Cells An Overview of Cell Counting Methods

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        Cell DB
          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter A549
          • A549

            Experimental condition

            A549 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 7 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level : Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter AsPC-1
          • AsPC-1

            Experimental condition

            AsPC-1 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 3 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level: High

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter C6
          • C6

            Experimental condition

            C6 cells from a routine subculture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 3 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level: Medium

          • CHO

            Experimental condition

            CHO cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 59 %
            Min. cell size: 4 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level: High

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter HeLa
          • HeLa

            Experimental condition

            HeLa cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Cell counting result

            Total cell concentration: 9.61 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Live cell concentration: 8.65 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Dead cell concentration: 9.52 x 10E4 cells/ml
            Viabillity: 90.1 %
            Average cell size: 16.9 um

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 3 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level: High

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter HL-60
          • HL-60

            Experimental condition

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

            Result

            Total cell concentration: 1.60 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Live cell concentration: 1.40 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Dead cell concentration: 1.94 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Viabillity: 87.9 %
            Average cell size: 14.8 um

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 3 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level: Medium

          • NIH3T3

            Experimental condition

            NIH3T3 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Result

            Total cell concentration: 1.45 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Live cell concentration: 1.42 x 10E6 cells/ml
            Dead cell concentration: 2.67 x 10E5 cells/ml
            Viabillity: 98.2 %
            Average cell size: 13.2 um

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 3 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter STO
          • STO

            Experimental condition

            STO cells from small amount cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60 %
            Min. cell size: 3 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter U937
          • U937

            Experimental condition

            U937 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter.

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 40 %
            Min. cell size: 5 um
            Max. cell size: 60 um
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter Capan-2
          • Capan-2

            Experimental condition

            Capan-2 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.24 x 106
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.23 x 106
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 9.03 x 103
            Viability (%): 99.3
            Average cell size (μm): 11.6

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter DU-145
          • DU 145

            Experimental condition

            DU 145 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.31 x 106
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.23 x 106
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 8.02 x 104
            Viability (%): 93.9
            Average cell size (μm): 14.7

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter H-1299
          • H 1299

            Experimental condition

            H 1299 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 8.28 x 105
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 6.32 x 105
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.96 x 104
            Viability (%): 76.3
            Average cell size (μm): 19.6

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • H4

            Experimental condition

            H4 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.22 x 105
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 8.13 x 104
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 4.07 x 104
            Viability (%): 66.7
            Average cell size (μm): 17.7

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter HCT116
          • HCT116

            Experimental condition

            HCT116 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.45 x 106
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.40 x 106
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 4.97 x 104
            Viability (%): 96.6
            Average cell size (μm): 11.6

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter Hep3B
          • Hep3B

            Experimental condition

            Hep3B cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting protocol

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.12 x 106
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.10 x 106
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 2.26 x 104
            Viability (%): 98.0
            Average cell size (μm): 14.7

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • Hs 578T

            Experimental condition

            Hs 578T cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 6.10 x 105
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 5.28 x 105
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 8.23 x 104
            Viability (%): 86.7
            Average cell size (μm): 18.3

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter MCF7
          • MCF7

            Experimental condition

            MCF7 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 2.89 x 105
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.99 x 105
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 9.03 x 104
            Viability (%): 68.8
            Average cell size (μm): 16.4

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter PANC-1
          • PANC-1

            Experimental condition

            PANC-1 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting protocol

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.56 x 106
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.47 x 106
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 8.58 x 104
            Viability (%): 94.5
            Average cell size (μm): 12.5

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: High

          • PC-3

            Experimental condition

            PC-3 cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.51 x 106
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.48 x 106
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 3.16 x 104
            Viability (%): 97.9
            Average cell size (μm): 16.4

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

          • LUNA-II AutomatedCellCounter U-2-OS
          • U-2 OS

            Experimental condition

            U-2 OS cells from routine cell culture were counted with the LUNA-II automated cell counter

            Cell counting results

            Total cell conc. (cells/ml): 1.08 x 106
            Live cell conc. (cells/ml): 8.24 x 105
            Dead cell conc. (cells/ml): 2.54 x 105
            Viability (%): 76.4
            Average cell size (μm): 13.9

            Cell counting protocol

            Noise reduction: 5
            Roundness: 60%
            Min. cell size (μm): 3
            Max. cell size (μm): 60
            Declustering level: Medium

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        ORDERING INFORMATION

        Cat # Product Qty
        L40001 LUNA-II™ Automated Cell Counter (with built-in printer) 1 unit
        L40002 LUNA-II™ Automated Cell Counter (without printer) 1 unit
        L12001 LUNA™ Cell Counting Slides, 50 Slides 1 boxes
        L12002 LUNA™ Cell Counting Slides, 500 Slides 10 boxes
        L12003 LUNA™ Cell Counting Slides, 1000 Slides 20 boxes
        L12011 LUNA™ Reusable Slide 1 unit
        L12012 LUNA™ Reusable Slides 2 units
        L12014 LUNA™ Reusable Slide Coverslips 10 units
        T13101 Trypan Blue Stain, 0.4% 2 x 1 mL
        L13002 Erythrosin B Stain 2 x 1 mL
        B13101 LUNA™ Standard Beads 2 X 1 mL
        L44003 LUNA-II™ IQ/OQ Protocol 1 copy
        P12002 LUNA-II™ Printer Paper - thermal, 700 prints 2 x 5 rolls