• 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.
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. 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.
Logos Biosystems LUNA Reusable Slide
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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    B13101 LUNA™ Standard Beads

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    T13001 Trypan Blue Stain, 0.4%

    2 x 1 mL

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    L13002 Erythrosin B Stain

    2 x 1 mL

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    WHAT DO OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY?

    Testimonials
    • Steliyan Petrov

      Plovdiv Medical University

      Just awesome! It is definitely a cost efficient choice!
      Working with LUNA-II automated cell counter is so easy and efficient in comparison to counting cells under the microscope. The single-use slides are so easy to use and the LCD display gives you the opportunity to view in real-time what's being counted. Another advantage is the standardised protocols which also save a lot of time and effort in order to optimize your daily work with the apparatus.

    • Huong Nguyen

      University of the Ryukyus

      Great results! Will continue to use it.
      Logos Luna Cell Counter system saves us thousands of hours counting cells for each passage. It's easy-to-use, fast, reliable, and overall cost-effective, especially when using the reusable slides.

    • Kasey Minakin

      Boston University

      Quick and efficient, the Luna has made cell counting easy!
      A great device that saves so much time when dealing with a lot of samples. The Luna allows me to count my cells quickly and with reproducible results. In our large lab with many different cells types, this device allows us to make programs for counting different cells and load them easily when needed. I find that the best accuracy for cell count and viability with the device can be achieved when manually adjusting the focus. My lab members would agree that this was a great purchase for our space. I would highly recommend this product to any lab looking to increase efficiency in even a small way.

    • mengmeng he

      cellada

      Simple, efficient and accurate.
      A cell counting device with super simple operation and relatively accurate results is indispensable and perfect for cell experiments.

    • Barbara K

      MGH

      I would not chance this cell counter for anything else!
      Very easy to use and quick results. The consumables (slides) add to the cost compared to other cell counting methods, but overall it is much more efficient.

    • Yakup Tanriver

      University of Freiburg

      Great value for money, stellar customer support.
      Robust and reproducible results, short measuring time, easy to use interface even for new lab members, the reusable slide option is plus in terms of sustainability.

    • Zeina Msheik

      University of Limoges

      Makes cell culture a lot easier.
      Reproducible results. fast. Histograms allow to define the size of cells to be included in the calculation. Programs with or without trypan blue with entry of dilution factor.

    • Raghubhai Asal

      Ribosome Research Center

      Very fast and efficient in counting cells.
      Currently I am using this instrument for primary cells as well as seconder cell lines cell counting. This instrument is very simple, easy to use, high efficiency cell counting with less time required to count the cells. The instrument parameters are so smart to be able to identify live cells, dead cells, cell density, cluster of cells, and cell size.

    • Scott Seitz

      Boston University

      An excellent choice for all disciplines that require accurate cell counts.
      Fast and simple to use it is essential for work in high biosafety level containment labs.

    • Sara Guerrisi

      Genetics

      Essential! We do a lot of functional studies to see if our cells will survive and it's really important for us to have an equipment that is smart, reliable, easy to use and fast. It helps a lot.

    • MARIATERESA PIZZO

      tigem

      Very fast and efficient in counting cells.

    • Yening Tan

      Poseida Therapeutics

      Great results, life saver.
      Very convenient, user-friendly and accurate. Cell counts can be ready in less than 1 min.

    • Manel Fernandez

      University of Barcelona

      Great results. Instrument that improves cell counts. I'm very happy!

    • Samuele Stazzoni

      FTLS

      Fast and reliable instrument for counting cells!
      Very useful instrument to quickly count various cell types. It is simple to use, fast and reliable. Totally recommended.

    • Jing Gu

      Xijing Hospital

      A cute partner at cell counting.
      Special design style is my favorite. Since I have been useing it, I love my cell experiments. Accurate counting results help my research.

    • Longfei Wo

      Air Force Medical university China

      Excellent experiment experience.
      This smart tool is really convenient for cell counting. Sophisticated appearance and cost-effective leaves me with a good impression. LUNA you deserve it.

    • Aishwarya Tagat

      University of Saarland

      Cell culture takes less time now!!
      The Luna automated cell counter is easy to setup and use. The results from the counter are also highly reproducible. It allows for counting of various cells types of various sizes.

    • Elaine Thomson

      Oxford Science Park

      Very user-friendly.
      Very easy to use system, allows for setting thresholds for cell size which is helpful when regularly counting different cell types. Fast responses and stored previous counts facilitate use.

    • Jessica Crossman

      ProImmune

      Cant live without this instrument!
      This product is excellent. We achieve high quality results and it is super easy to use!

    • Noemi Manganaro

      Tls Foundation

      Great instrument, easy to use.
      I use this instrument every day with cell culture. It's very easy to use, fast and accurate.
      The customer service is very efficient and quick. I am very satisfied and I would recommend the Luna II Automatic cell counter.

    • Lesle Smith

      Synexa Life Sciences

      Great results.
      Achieves high quality results.

    • zhao gan

      peking university

      Quick and convenient.
      Using the LUNA-II cell counter is very convenient and much faster than the traditional cell counter.

    • Nico Marx

      WWU Münster

      Makes life easier!
      It is very easy to use! The Luna Automated Cell counter can detect and analyse cell clusters very well.
      Within seconds you get a total cell number, which makes counting stemmcell for splitting way faster.

    • Sarah Taheraly

      Institut Curie

      Nice and fast results. Useful tool for scientist.

    • Nico Marx

      WWU Münster

      Makes life easier!
      It is very easy to use! The Luna Automated Cell counter can detect and analyse cell clusters very well. Within seconds you get a total cell number, which makes counting stemmcell for splitting way faster.

    • Elise Vanek

      HM.Clause

      Fast and efficient, simple cell counter.
      Great simple cell counter. Fast application and Replication of data is high. Very straightforward for use. Basic software for routine applications/workflows. Ideally could have a function to edit certain cells from device screen and edit tags, remove debris tagged, or add missed cells. Also could be nice to have dilution factors other than whole number.

    • Soraya Bosch

      Toscana Life Science

      Don't waste more precious time!
      I can’t believe in my previous lab we needed to count the cells in the traditional way, a lot of precious time being wasted. When I use the LUNA-II to follow the growth of my EXPI cells, normally I measure the same slides in duplicate only moving the slide a little to have another field to count and the results are always reproducible. In the protocols you can set up the counter using different parameters, like the diameter of your cells, factor of dilutions, so at the end you have just to write down your concentration and the viability of the cells, which is showed in the folder of results. When I arrived in this new lab, there was already the LUNA-II, for this reason I don't know how much the cost was, but for sure is worth since in less than 5 min you have your measurement! You only need to mix the correct amount of Blue staining dye with an aliquot of your cells, charge it on the slide and ready to measure! It’s fast, reliable, and efficient!"

    • john CHEN

      HM.Clause Inc

      Great results, easy to use and very accurate.
      Easy use and very efficient, a great instrument for our daily lab work.

    • Xiaofang Li

      University of Groningen

      Great results, everyone in our lab like it so much!
      It's very easy to use and quite efficiency. One tip is that you should count the cells quickly after treatment with trypan blue the result will be better. After-sales service is also good.

    • Natasha Honoré

      UCLouvain

      Great tool for easy and reproducible results.
      LUNA II is really a user-friendly device, very easy to use and reproducible over a large set of samples. The interface is well designed, and users can always check the results on the image. We can upload several dilution programm which makes it easy to work among several persons from the lab. The customer service is quick and efficient.

    • DEBALINA RAY

      Leidos Biomedical Inc

      Very handy for a regular cell culture lab.
      Very easy to use, Fast reading. Data is reproducible. Works good if cell number is at least half million/ milliliter.

    • Simon Beyaert

      Irec

      Great results, can't live without this machine.
      Rapid, effective, and precise.

    • Akshaya Sampath

      sailifescinces pvt Ltd.

      Accurate results, easy access and fast results.
      I have been using this instrument for a year with multiple cell lines. It gives accurate results and I verified with manual count as well and the counts were matching. It is time saving and easy use and counting slides are very useful when counting n number of samples.

    • Jignesh Nagar

      Syngene International Pvt Ltd.

      Great results.
      Superb results within a minute with high accuracy and precision.

    • Oliver Putz

      Hookipa Biotech

      Straightforward and accurate!
      Different cell lines are counted in our lab, by various people. The Luna cell counter is very reliable and easy to handle. Switching between programs (cell lines) is convenient and quick. We are relying on the device since a few years and could not be more satisfied.

    • lucie chabrand

      lesaffre

      Great results. Very good, easy to use!

    • Bernice Leung

      Dartmouth College

      Convenient and easy to use.
      The cell counter is extremely easy to use. Can set up your own protocol with counting parameters suited for your cells of interest. There is also an option to image the cells. Counting is quick and accurate. The cell counting slides are also relatively inexpensive.

    • Eunhyuk Eom

      CTCELLS

      Great results!
      This machine is amazing! All I need to do is set the protocol and click the buttons. With this machine I did my experiment fast and efficiently. I also think the results are believable.

    • Won Kim

      Biotech

      Easy to use, fast counting.
      Intuitive interface makes it easy to handle. by optimizing the cell counting conditions, one can easily count different type of cells within minutes. Also, compact size is good to place it in narrow lab space.

    • Kamila Bujko

      Medical Univeristy of Warsaw

      Fast and easy!
      Best cell counter I have ever used. Easy handling, defininig protocols and efficient counting. Saves you time and money. Result are very accurate. You dont need your cell counting to be too complicated and Luna II Automated Cell Counter is very intuitive. I do recommend!

    • Raquel Santana da Cruz

      Georgetown University

      Make my work so much easier, I cannot live without it.
      LUNA™ Cell Counting Slides is the ultimate counting experience. These slides are easy to use and retain the highest level of cell counting accuracy.

    • Govinda Sharma

      University of Calgary

      Efficient, reproducible, cheap and intuitive.
      It is very convenient to use, with a built in protocol, I don’t need to scramble for that tissue and a pen to calculate. Significantly improved ‘quality of life’ when compared to the haemocytometer based cell counting. Even better for record keeping since data gets stored in the machine available to be retrieved when mishaps (spilled HCl on your labnote record) lead to loss of data. Best thing is the time it saves, and it is cheap.

    • Ruben Fernandez

      SIAF

      Extremely useful.
      The LUNA II Automated Cell Counter is wonderful! It is extremely useful when you have to count a lot of cells everyday. You will save a lot of time, and it is really easy to work with it. You can easily define your protocol in very few steps, and then, you can efficiently count your cells. Really useful!

    • Jan Dreute

      Biochemical Institute

      Once you go LUNA, you'll never go back!
      Luna cell-counter provides our Laboratory with an optimal and easy to use cell-counting machine. It's high accuracy enables us an excellence performance when it comes to seeding of cells. The use is very intuitive and uncomplicated.

    • Xinxin Liu

      Leiden university medical center

      Perfect.
      This is a really great and convenient machine. It's easy to learn it and always give me accurate results.

    • Maximilian Pfisterer

      JLU Gießen

      Super fast counting, especially when counting many samples.
      Especially when counting many samples while seeding cells or harvesting cells for experiments, the LUNA is much faster than with a Neubauer chambers. The device seems to provide reliable results for the cell types we use without the need for a complicated calibration or setup.

    • Linh Nguyen

      MGH

      Great results!
      I love this equipment! I used to only find manual cell counting reliable but I was pleasantly surprised by the LUNA cell counter. The results are always accurate and reproducible. Overall I would recommend!

    • Phuong Linh

      Accurate, reproducible and fast results!
      The LUNA cell counter is a great instrument. It counts cells very quickly with very reproducible results. I also really enjoy the ability to mark cells on the image and zoom in and out to make sure that all cells have been counted. Overall a great equipment and crucial for my experiments!

    • Secwhite Cheng

      VCU

      Fast and convenient.
      A small instrument for easy cell counting.

    • Shruti Desai

      Easy and accurate to use.
      I have been using the cell counter for years now. It is accurate and easy to use. Also, I like the settings are user friendly. You can also focus the cells very easily, this helps in counting cells of different sizes from different lines.

    • Mubaraka Yusuf

      A*STAR

      Amazing product! Saves time for faster experiments!
      The LUNA cell counter is easy to use and also provides accurate results with details of dead cells and dilution factor calculation. This helps standardize the calculation and prevents experimental errors due to calculations. I would recommend this product to everyone doing large scale cell culture work.

    • Rocío Mellid

      Great results in a few minutes!
      With this product I obtain similar results as the ones I obtain when counting cells manually, but in a matter of minutes. Moreover it is really intuitive and easy to work with. I strongly recommend it!

    • Samuel Alvo cabaleiro

      USC

      You get great results. Without a doubt, a product that makes me happy to use it.
      The system is quite effective. I use it mainly for cell counting and imaging, obtaining quite specific and reproducible results that help me a lot when doing experiments and cell cultures. In short, a great product that helped me a lot in this time during cell studies.

    • Alfonso Reimúndez Dubra

      Best aquisition ever!
      Helps me save a lot of time counting cells.

    • SHEILA BARRIOS

      CIMUS

      Used from counting different types of cells to toxicity and transfection assays.
      The cell counter Luna II is a very intuitive device to use, fast and with high reproducibility of results. Totally recommended.

    • Héctor Rilo-Alvarez

      Great results.
      Very easy to use product, fast and accurate. I use it for cell counting with or without trypan blue with different cell lines. Easy to change measure parameters for adaptation to different cultures.

    • maria rivas sanchez

      CiMUS

      Great results, essential for my research.
      It is so easy to use and you make the most of your time. Can't work without it now, you get fast and clear results.

    • Nuria Seoane

      A must have.
      Luna II Automated Cell Counter is a must have in your laboratory. It is really easy to use, intuitive and time-saving, giving reliable and reproducible results.

    • Sabela Caamaño

      CiMUS

      Amazing results!
      Luna II is a must-have in my lab, as it provides accuarate cell viability data in a fast and user-friendly manner. A time-saver!

    • Valentina González Álvarez

      Luna-II is very easy of use.
      Luna-II is very easy to use and makes my job easier.

    • Lucía Bada

      Great results. Saves me a lot of work and time!
      It is a very practical device and very easy to use. Compared its count with that of the camera, with excellent results. I'm delighted.

    • Chelsi Napoli

      MGH Cancer Center

      Easy to use and program!
      The Luna Cell Counter is incredibly easy to use and program. It makes counting cells significantly easier, and it is very quick. Previously, we used a hemocytometer to count cells but this equipment is faster, more accurate, and allows us to adjust the protocol without any hassle. I love using the Luna Cell Counter and find it to be an excellent tool.

    • Adam Acker

      Easy to use and customizable settings!
      This product is great. I was able to customize the settings to account for big cells and small cells separately, as well as factoring in trypan blue staining for dead cells.

    • Juan Esteban Garcia-Robledo

      Amazing results, essential tool!
      The LUNA-II cell counter is a really amazing and useful tool. It allows cell counting to be a straigtforward process, minimizing the amount of time invested in cell maintenance.

    • Yanting Lu

      Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

      Rapid and convenient.
      LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter is very convenient to use, and I quickly achieved satisfying results with this instrument.

    • Bryant Foreman

      Simple, accurate, and consistent.
      We've utilized two of these cell counters in our labs, and their ease of use and functionality is second to none. Whether we're working with hybridomas or Vero cells, we get consistent results.

    • Andrew Freistaedter

      Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg

      Makes life easier by reducing variability and time spent on cell culture.
      We purchased this cell counter from BioCat after looking at a few different models online as well as using a week to demo it in our lab. The menu is simple to use and understand. It is easy to update the software version from the website. It is a lot faster than manually counting using a hemocytometer and removes counter variability. Set cell numbers for different cell lines to seed flasks and plates can now be standardized. By purchasing the reusable cell counter slide we can reduce our plastic waste and they are easy to clean with dH2O and dry using a tissue. Being able to switch to the cell screen to see what counts as a cell (circled in green) and as trash/ debris (circled in red) with the option of increasing the magnification is great to determine if the settings need to be changed for a specific cell line. Automatic cell counters like this are a lifesaver when needing to seed multiple cell lines for an experiment. The LUNA-II was the cheapest automatic cell counter that I found, and we haven't regretted it!

    • Kehuan Wang

      It is worth buying.
      The equipment is very easy to use. It makes me feel counting cells is not an annoying thing anymore. Sometimes you may get different results for the same sample, but it rarely happens. Overall, I feel the machine is trustworthy and convenient!

    • Marinko Sremac

      Massachusetts General Hospital

      Very easy to use the software, modify the settings, and the results are great!
      When there's a demand for a fast cell count, the equipment is very handy, efficient, and easy to use. Results are reliable and reproducible. The cost of the slides is reasonable, and the service is available, but so far, the equipment is running smoothly.

    • Arianne Crossen

      Easy and accurate.
      Quick and accurate cell counts, also useful for counting fungal spores. Incredibly easy to use.

    • Daniel Woodward

      Very easy to use, accelerates time spent for cytometry.
      We purchased the LUNA-II to replace our normal cell counting on hemocytometers. Once we optimized the settings for our cell size, shape, and color, the LUNA-II could give us the same estimated densities in 15 seconds rather than 5 minutes. We are also able to stain our cells with trypan blue for viability counts at the same time. This time-saving machine is also accurate in distinguishing plant cells from junk and giving close approximations to the ones we typically make with glass hemocytometers.

    • Kendall Bradley

      Duke

      Nice upgrade!
      Really easy to use with great results. Love the auto focus feature.

    • Kannadasan Kaliyamoorthy

      Fast and fantastic results.
      Achieved satisfying results with this instrument. Most convenient compared with the conventional method (hemocytometer). Quick result producer.

    • MOUHSSIN OUFIR

      ONCODESIGN

      Great device, 1st generation was good and the 2nd is even faster, well done Logos!
      After enjoying the LUNA Automated Cell Counter's first generation for so many years (red device and quite compact), I decided to add a second one and I recently got the LUNA-II™ Automated Cell Counter 2nd generation (white device and quite bigger in height but low footprint). One advantage, the blades are the same between the 2 generations, well done Logos Biosystems, you are aware of your customers' needs. The software seems faster and always reliable as usual for Korean made. So far no complaints, hopefully the 2nd generation will be as robust as the 1st generation.

    • Witsanu Srila

      Suranaree University of Technology

      Fast, easy to use, reliable.
      This machine is very easy to use and is very useful for counting cells. The results are reproducible, accurate and fast.

    • Rosnani Shaian

      Saves time!
      Saves time and is effective. Gives consistent count and reliable result. It's really helpful during cell counting procedures.

    • Noramiwati Rashid

      Makmal Bioserasi, UKM

      Great product, great result!
      Time saving during preparation of my lab work, instrument interface is easy to use and it’s a worthy investment.

    • Elana Hatton

      Awesome tool! Easy to use.
      This cell counter is very easy to program, pull up saved protocols, and has yet to give me any issues in the 2 years I've had it for. The only finicky bit is getting the focus so the machine registers all the cells. The slides are also very convenient.

    • Gun-Hee Lee

      Jeonbuk university

      Powerful cell counter!
      This machine is a very powerful and useful automatic cell counter. As it counts both live and dead cell populations, our time is conveniently conserved.

    • Paula Peressini Lopez

      Fast and accurate cell counting!
      We've had this product in the lab for about 2 years now and I have to say it really improved the cell culture experience. It makes cell counting more precise, something we tested at the beginning. It gives accurate cell number, avoiding the counting by eye. Also, preparing samples and loading them is fast and easy, so you can count several cell lines in just few minutes. The after sales care have always been available whenever we had questions, which is always valuable. All in all, I am truly thankful we get to have this product in the lab, it really makes our work easier.

    • Nolwenn Le Briand

      INSERM

      Very good product.
      Device is really easy to use. Providing a reusable blade is a real advantage when you have a very frequent use of the device, it reduces the cost of consumables. The data obtained is reliable and reproducible. Small disadvantage: for some lines, the device does not seem to count correctly (low cell concentration and very low viability obtained on the LUNA-II compared to the results obtained in cell Malassez). Perhaps it is due to the fact that these cells are deformed base? For having the ability to use another cell counter of another brand, the count on the LUNA-II is two to three times longer. But the team and I are nevertheless satisfied with the product!

    • Marianne FIGL

      Easy to use, fast and relevant counting device.
      Efficient, fast and true-to-life device for counting cells. The only negative point is the lack of choice of the "with or without blue" parameter when creating a counting program. Moreover, there is nothing on the home screen to know if the trypan blue parameter is activated or not and we must check each time, in the parameters of the device, the count with or without blue trypan before we do our counting. A small suggestion would be to have more on the home screen (top right accompanying the name of the selected program for example), a blue trypan icon checked or not to have a quick information on this parameter.

    • Julian Contet

      IRCAN

      Very powerful machine.
      This machine is very precise, I can count very few cells after cell extraction from the biopsies, I also used this counter to plate after transfection so I need to have a precise number of cells, the counting is very quick and you can count different type of cells without effort. Is very practical because you can register your counting or print for report, and also you can see the cells with the screen.

    • Santhosh Kallivalappil

      Great instrument. Our cell culture laboratory use it daily and can't live with out it.
      It is simple and easy to use. Consumables are easy available. The results are reproducible. we have multiple of those units.

    • Sravan Devanathan

      UT austin

      Great results, saves time.
      Very accurate results provided by machine. Multiple cell lines can be used and the counting slides are available at an affordable cost! Value for money and precision guaranteed!

    • Ibidapo Williams

      Excellent.
      Great value and time effective that which makes this product stands out among other.

    • Kapil Dev Patel

      ITREN, Dankook University

      LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter and cell imaging: CELENA-S Digital Imaging System are the best.
      In our lab at ITREN (DKU, Cheonan, Korea) we bought cell counting: LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter and cell imaging: CELENA-S Digital Imaging System and working with these instruments are an amazing experience. I would recommend with highest rating. Thanks.

    • Ian Newton

      Amazing piece of kit.
      A very easy to use and accurate automated cell counter. This machine has improved my working quality of life! Compared with its competitors there was only one choice.

    • Kim Pham

      Louisiana State University

      Incredibly efficient and versatile.
      Our lab (Louisiana State University's department of Civil and Environmental Engineering) bought the Logos LUNA-II cell counter for the purpose of counting amoeba and measuring its viability after disinfection experiments. It has been incredibly easy to use and does its job well (and honestly has saved me tons of time that I can devote to other graduate student responsibilities). Not only has it helped me count my amoeba, it has helped the other grad and undergrad students in our lab for counting E. Coli. Thanks!

    • Katja Jansen

      Researcher's best friend.
      LUNA-II counts fast and reliable. It saves me several minutes lab work per day. LUNA-II is everybody's friend in our lab.

    • Anne van Genderen

      Utrecht University

      Easy to use!
      The LUNA-II cell counter has made cell culture much easier as counting cells can be done very fast, efficient, and accurate. I can recommend the LUNA-II cell counter, as it is very easy to use, takes up only little space, multiple cell-lines can be programmed in the counter, and the results acquired with the cell-counter are reproducible.

    • Jitendra Mishra

      Very efficient and saves time!
      It is very easy to use this cell counter and it gives accurate values for the cell lines that we are working with. Great value for that price and that is why we are switching to this now.

    • Milos Mihajlovic

      Utrecht University

      Timesaver!
      Very accurate and easy to use. It reduces the time spent in the lab and it helps keep the results consistent!

    • Chantal Eichperger

      Excellent machine!
      Cell counter is very convenient to use. Rapid, accurate and simple. Very useful when you need to count a large number of samples. It reduces the time you spent in the lab.

    • Alejandro Ocampo

      University of Lausanne

      Perfect combination. Best quality with the lowest price on the market!
      After doing some research to find the best cell counter on the market I came across the LUNA-II. This is by far the best instrument in its category. Reliable and reproducible results. Easy to use. Option for reusable and disposable slides. Low cost disposable slides. Good customer service.

    • Bisera Stepanovska

      Easy to use and time-saving machine.
      The cell counter saves time, is very easy to use and gives information about the cell number, viability etc. in detail, which otherwise would not be available with the classical Neubauer chamber method.

    • Stefano Pietropaoli

      Institut Pasteur

      Great addiction to labs equipment.
      The efficiency of the of the cell counter is very high. User interface intuitive and easy to use. Counting options easy to personalize to adapt it to the different circumstances.

    • Alicia Fernandes

      The best automated cell counter!
      I tested and used many automated cell counters and the LUNA-II is the best on the market. I like working with it. Small, fast counting, easy to use and lowest price. It's possible to choose two different colorants and if you have a certified lab, this machine is very simple to calibrate with beads. Perfect machine!

    • Dunya Rabah

      Bioceros

      So fast and easy!
      I work with the LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter everyday since some time. It makes work easy and very fast! The results are very reliable and easy to process. The counter is easy to handle and can be easily calibrated with beads. Very nice machine!

    • Adeyemi Olanrewaju

      Great equipment giving reliable results.
      Using this equipment has made work much faster. The quality is dependable and can be trusted. It is good value for the money spent purchasing the equipment.

    • Kanyi Kihika

      Biological research center - Hungary

      Science made Easier and fun!
      We bought cell counting for our lab experimental use : LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter and cell imaging: CELENA-S Digital Imaging System and working with these instruments are an amazing experience. I would recommend with highest rating to all aspiring scientists out there.

    • Jason GB

      10/10 apparatus from heaven.
      There's nothing harder than counting cells. You're good until 10, but then it's easy to lose count. But NO MORE. This automated cell counter counts your cells and saves you from having to spend your time doing such archaic things as counting to two million in increments of 10. Flawless design and execution.

    • Marvin Hering

      Heidelberg University

      Makes the work in the lab much easier and faster!
      The LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter is very easy to use and definetely worth it for any lab which needs to count their cells. It saves much time counting cells and is very precise. By setting the background and changing the counting program (which can be saved) for each cell type that is being counted, the cell counts become very sensitive and precise. Really easy to use, also with gloves on.

    • Andrew Boser

      Extremely affordable, accurate, and fast cell counting.
      I am the lead lab technician for a clinical laboratory specializing in ELISPOT assays. The LUNA-II brings fast, accurate, and consistent results, perfect for a high throughput lab. We are a start up company and funding is limited, so the affordability of the LUNA-II was a huge plus. Reusable slides can be purchased and trypan blue is very affordable, making the running costs next to nothing. The instrument itself is very easy to use and setting adjustment allows you to set your parameters to exactly how you need them. This instrument is a must have for start up companies who need fast and accurate cell counting.

    • Roberta Ranieri

      University of Perugia

      Friendly and simple instrument!
      Very easy to use and fast. The cell viability is accurate and I am able to distinguish cells from debris (leukemic cell lines).

    • Hamish Angus

      Solid machine, requires little bench space and is very accurate.
      The LUNA-II provides rapid and accurate cell counts. We often rely on the LUNA-II when processing many samples at a time. It helps to reduce sampling error, reduce processing times, and improve counting accuracy. The LUNA-II has built in calculators to help with achieving wanted cell concentrations (for if you are feeling extra lazy). Overall, this product works and intended and is very easy to use. A+ in our lab.

    • Bart Boersma

      Leiden University Medical Center

      Great accuracy.
      The device is very easy to use. It also does not take up much space on a lab bench. The touchscreen is high quality and is very responsive to touch. Cell counting data is very accurate, even with primary cell types. Would recommend.

    • Stijn Van de Sompele

      Fast and user-friendly cell counting.
      Using the LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter makes cell counting fast and easy! The device is small, but thanks to the big screen with a clear user-interface, all the necessary parameters can be easily adapted.

    • Gianna Hering

      University of Stuttgart

      Time-saving, easy-to-use tool with many practical functions for the cell culture.
      The LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter is a very useful and time-saving tool when high numbers of cell samples are to be counted. Former counts can easily be re-shown and different protocols can be saved, depending on which cell type is counted. The zoom-function also allows to easily distinguish between different cell types (according to their size) and viability state of the cells. All in all a very worthwhile tool for any cell culture Lab.

    • Alvaro Amorin

      An indispensable tool for every lab.
      This cell counter is much easier to use than others. The user interface is fairly intuitive and allows you to customize your settings depending on cell type. You have live imaging to confirm your threshold settings as well. Lastly, I love the fact that you can use reusable cell counting slide.

    • Jackelin Amorin

      Stanford University

      Great result, and really nice display.
      Cell counter has a really nice display, is small so it does not take a lot of space. It is light and the person who came to show us the LUNA-II Cell Counter was really attentive and helpful.

    • Giuseppe Sautto

      Very easy and precise instrument.
      Fantastic lab instrument. Very easy to use and precise. Results are very reproducible. Strength points: storage of previous results; loading of different protocols (pre-set or customized, depending on the cells used); calculation application available.

    • Jurre Jansma

      Bioceros

      Easy to use, great results.
      The LUNA-II Cell Counter is very easy to use with high reproducibililty, limiting inter-person variation.

    • Arie Evers

      Great results, Easy to use!
      Good and easy to use cell counter, in the upstream process development.

    • Cyro Zucarino

      Ginásio Carioca Anísio Teixeira

      This compact cell counter provides a huge service in the laboratory.
      This compact, easy-to-use device is good for efficient quantitative cell processing. The accuracy of cell counts and the tools provide live visualization and the zoom allows different angles to be looked at. The service and the price can be considered competitive.

    • Yael Peled

      Easy and fast to use.
      Very easy to use, the reusable slide is quick and easy to clean and load your next sample. Being able to increase magnification on the cell counter is great for instructive purposes.

    • Rajendra Kumar Singh

      ITREN, Dankook University

      Good results.
      This is a very simple 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.

    • Alireza Hassani Najafabadi

      Great value and perfect results.
      Great product, I use to count cells for ELISPOt and flow studies and Logos has helped me so much. I can do more than three sets of the experiment at the same time each day due to the using Logos system.

    • Harrison McNabb

      Purdue University

      Reliable and quick.
      The LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter is easy to use, quick, and accurate. Our lab's previous automated cell counter frequently crashed and was unreliable; however, we haven't had any problems with the LUNA-II. Overall a great product.

    • Ahmed Aalater

      Accurate, reproducible results.
      The cell counter is very easy to use. It also adds speed to the process of cell counting, and accuracy that cannot be achieved by manual counting. We love it!

    • Robert Orr

      IUPUI

      Works perfectly.
      Easy to use and intuitive. Straightforward operation and consistent results.

    • Matthew Scarnati

      Very accurate and reproducible.
      This is great product and saves a ton of time in the lab. I previously used a hemocytometer for all of my counting needs, however with multiple stem cell lines to work with this proved to be quite time consuming. The cell counter not only saves time, but gives accurate and yield consistent counts between cell lines. Great product!

    • Douglas Hewstone

      Evotec (UK) Ltd.

      A must-have for anyone working with insect or mammalian cells!
      Very easy to use and packaged into a much smaller size than its competitors! Gives consistent and accurate results particularly for cell size which is essential for our work on insect cells. It is also able to detect very small mammalian cell lines which has proved to be invaluable. The liquid lense focussing system is instantaneous and requires very little manual adjustment.

    • Dale Taylor

      Fantastic easy to use machine.
      The LUNA-II cell counter 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!

    • Federica Mezzasoma

      University of Perugia

      Quick and easy.
      This instrument is easy to use and I can count PBMCs or cell lines with reliable results. The counting is quick and practical. I am satisfied with this purchase.

    • Kenneth Wu

      Great results but slightly slower than manual counting.
      Using the automated cell counter, I am able to count a large number of cells in the counting chamber compared with manual counting in a hemocytometer. This might lead to more accurate cell numbers but I don't really need that accurate of a count in routine tissue culture work. The live vs dead function is not useful for me because the dead cell number is usually quite low when passaging cultures.

    • Enrico Luchinat

      University of Florence

      Great product, makes routine cell counting and viability possible!
      Great product for the price. Easy to use and quick. It has made it possible to do routine cell counting and viability testing, that were otherwise very time consuming. There are few settings to play with, but they are enough to tune the machine to our needs, mainly counting HEK293T cells and viability by trypan blue staining. We could get consistent values between the machine readings and manual counting under the microscope.

    • Monica Gonzalez-Magaldi

      Great addition to your cell culture room.
      It's a very easy to use cell counter, the results are reproducible, it has the option of calculating dilutions for your desired cell concentration which is pretty useful. The disposable slides are the best option but we also have the reusable slides and the only issue is that it's delicate so you have to be careful using it.

    • Kathryn Sjoen

      California Animal Health & Food Safety Lab UCD

      Great little cell counter! Quick and easy!
      Just recently purchased the LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter. Love this cell counter. It is small, easy to use and very helpful. It makes cell counting quick and easy so I can pass all of my cell lines quicker, getting them done in a single day rather than two. I can also make better calls on split ratio since the LUNA-II lets me know how many live and dead cells I have and the percent viability. Data can be printed and collected on a thumb drive. So glad I was able to make this purchase!

    • Judith Mueller

      Small machine, fast results, no maintenance needed.
      Perfect counter. We are using it for many cell lines. Easy to use, self explaning machine, that needs nearly no space in our small cell culture room. Fully comparable results to manual counting. Reusable or disposable slides. Switch it on and use it in seconds. Really helpful and time saving purchase.

    • Faizule Hassan

      Sarepta Therapeutics

      Worth purchasing.
      A very useful instrument in our high throughput system. LUNA-II greatly increased the processing time for cell counting in our lab. It has excellent reproducibility and accuracy. The instrument is straightforward to use and the provided software is self-explanatory. I wish there was some protocol or user manual on the product page. Although it was not extremely hard to figure out, being such expensive piece of equipment, it would be better if the user had some idea how to use it before turning the instrument on. Overall we are extremely happy with our purchase and definitely recommend it.

    • Jeffy Chern

      Great.
      It really helps my research since it is easy to operate and efficient. The consumables are a little bit too expensive. Overall, my experience of using them is great.

    • Matthew Hsu

      Albcura Corp.

      Very good.
      I use it for my daily cell culture tasks. It gives consistent results throughout my study.

    • Hangkang Chen

      Easy to use and fast.
      LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter was easy to use and counted cells quickly. Value for money was not expensive.

    • Mei Chen

      National Defense Medical Center

      Great instrument.
      The LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter is easy to use and helpful. It reduces the time we spend on different cell samples. Overall, It's a great instrument for lab.

    • Robert Bremsak

      Easy to work with LUNA-II.
      User friendly apparatus, beautiful design, many options, etc.

    • Sangmin Kang

      Korea Zoonosis Research Institute

      Great value, excellent price, easy, accurate, what more do you need?
      This is a really valuable piece of equipment. I have been using various devices for cell counting for 20 years, but I haven't seen one as easy and accurate as this one. That's how good it is. What's more touching is that the price is satisfactory. I've already recommended it to someone else.

    • Apple Hao

      Great instrument with easy operation and cute shape.
      In our lab we do many cell based tests such as cytotoxicity or IF WB etc., and also we have blood samples from clinics so it was a lot of cell counting and calculation, after getting this small, cute device, we saved a great deal of time and effort and also money of course. The consistent and stable results make us feel this was a worthwhile purchase and will make us become a loyal customer as well! Just hoping the shape will be improved to an even smaller one in the future.

    • Md. Bodiuzzaman Rabbi

      Jahangirnagar University

      Great product, saves a lot of time.
      We are using Logos' automated cell counter (LUNA-II), it's very easy to use and saves a lot of time. Within a fraction of minute we get most accurate and reliable result. It's very compact and lightweight.

    • Elena Omori

      Inexpensive and reliable cell counter.
      We use this instrument on a daily basis to count various cell types, including suspension and adherent cells. It is an easy-to-use automatic cell counter, which saves a lot of our time during cell seeding and especially when several people work in the lab. We use single-use catridges, but a rather expensive option of multi-use glass cartridge is available. In the instrument setting, one can adjust the parameters used to define viable vs. non-viable cells, such as size and roundness for more accurate counting. After counting, the user can highlight the viable and non-viable cells to check if the counting was correct. For it's price, performance, and convenience to use we definitely recommend LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter.

    • Duc Hoang Le

      Institute of Biotechnology, Vast, Hanoi, Vietnam

      Small device - powerful function.
      My laboratory has a LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter. It is a small device with a touch screen but it has a lot of functions. The LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter is user friendly, fast, accurate and efficient.

    • Frits Deiman

      Speeds up cell culturing and is easy to use.
      An effective and easy to use cell counter that will speed up your cell culturing significantly!

    • Jagadeeswara Reddy Suguru

      Bilogical e Ltd

      Good results.
      Product quality good, giving expected results after small tweaks.

    • Srinivas Rao Ramiseety

      Good equipment.
      Good product, QMS wise fully helpful, simple system.

    • Sachin H

      Bilogical e Ltd

      Software is user friendly.
      LUNA-II Cell Counter is very useful, it has user friendly software and easy operation.

    • Annet Linders

      This instrument will make your life so much easier!
      I love working with the LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter. It saves a lot of time when the amounts of cells matter, increasing cell viability but also decreasing time spent in splitting cells for experiments. What I also like about this cell counter is that you can save multiple programs and that you can switch easily between them.

    • Amanda Muni-Morgan

      Mote Marine Laboratory

      This instrument greatly improves our QA/QC procedures and efficiency.
      The LUNA-II is compact, straightforward, and easy to use. The customer service is fantastic!

    • Seongsoo Lee

      Great result!
      I have been using this product for five years. I have been experimenting with various cells and have done a lot of cell counting. I use this product frequently and I would recommend it to other people.

    • Iva Medjimorec

      Rudjer Boskovic Institute

      Excellent instrument.
      This instrument speeds up cell culturing, has friendly software and it is a very good piece of equipment.

    • Mélanie Mansat

      Easy to use and accurate!
      We've had it in the lab for a few months and it is easy-to-use and saves a lot of time!

    • Ma Yinghua

       Jinan University

      Easy to use, but unreliable.
      It is very easy to use, but the results detected by the instrument vary widely. Frequently, the detected data are not consistent with what is actually observed under the microscope.

    • Jing Li

      Great results, can’t live without this instrument!
      It's easy to use and I got good results. It also greatly saves on time.

    • Anna Hastwell

      Charles River Laboratories

      We are happy with the consistency.
      We are pleased with the consistency of cell counting results. We also like having the option of reusable counting slides to cut down on the amount of plastic waste.

    • Tamara Bittner

      Fast cell counts and great system!
      I can really recommend this cell counter. It's easy to use and the system is self-explanatory. The option to use this machine either with reusable slides or disponsable ones is great. The declustering algorithm is perfect for the cells in my lab and also the recordkeeping, including images and full data reports, is amazing. The price is definitely justified and furthermore, much lower compared to similar cell counters from other companies.

    • Hyunjin Kim

      Optipharm

      LUNA-II Automated Cell counter is very easy and simple to use.
      This machine is very simple, speedy and easy to use. The results are reliable when we have compared them to HEK293T cell counting. It saves a lot of time when counting cell viability and decreases time spent splitting cells for an experiment. After counting, we can highlight the viable and non-viable cells to check if the counting is correct. For it's convenience and performance, I highly recommend LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter.

    • Heeyoung Park

      Best cell counter, makes my work so easy.
      It is very easy to use and can save a lot of time when you work with cell lines a lot. Also, accuracy and repeatability of results were very good.

    • Jieun Kang

      Hallym University

      Very useful.
      The accuracy and repeatability of LUNA is very good. We save a lot of time. It is so good!

    • Bart Kramer

      Easy and intuitive cell counting.
      The cell counter is very intuitive and easy to use. It has a big screen which allows you to identify easily if the count was correct. Also enough options to set the threshold if the count is not correct.

    • Pattraporn Satitsuksanoa

      Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research

      Excellent automated cell counter.
      This is the best-automated cell counter I have ever used in the cell culture laboratory. It's very convenient and quick. I could perform my experiment in less time and get efficient and reproducible results.

    • Himan Mahmudi

      Easy to use, saves time, reliable, easy to adjust the setting.
      Easy to use, saves time as we need to count a lot of harvested spore suspensions. The results are great. The Results are not always reproducible but the difference is very small. The results are reliable. Satisfied in general. It saves time, time is money.

    • Dora Szegvari

      Bioceros B.V.

      Very user-friendly equipment.
      Very user-friendly, easy to use and reliable equipment. Would highly recommend.

    • María Lobo

      Great results, saves time!
      It is a really accurate piece of equipment which means that you can have high reproducibility in your experiments.

    • Myungsun Shin

      AbTLAS

      Good results.
      We have multiple settings for different cell types and it's really convenient that it calculates live/dead cells and the size of the cells as well.

    • Katarzyna Ratajczak

      Great instrument. Would highly recommend.
      The cell counter is very helpful for laboratory work. It allows you to get results quickly. Its operation is very intuitive.

    • Caitlin Rivord

      Aviagen

      Easy to use!
      This serves our purpose perfectly and is very easy to use!

    • Sara Desideri

      Fast and reliable.
      This is a fast and reliable instrument. Definitively one of the best cell counter I have tried so far. I really recommend this product.

    • Inga Marijanovic

      Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb

      Like a dishwasher, once you have it, you can not live without it.
      It is easy to use and affordable. It has a screen so there is no need to use a computer or the internet within the cell culture room. The results are reproducible.

    • Sasini Polwatta

      Accurate, reliable and reproducible results. Easy application process.
      The cell counter is very reliable. I am using it for flow cytometry and I am getting accurate and reproducible results which is really important. Very happy as a user.

    • Ilaria Rosso

      IFOM

      Fast and reliable instrument.
      The LUNA-II cell counter is very easy to use instrument that improves reproducibility between experiments. I experienced major improvements in the consistency of my experiments after switching to this counting system. The user friendly system and the automation of counting made my experiments faster to prepare, without losing in accuracy.

    • Urmila Sehrawat

      A well needed instrument in every cell culture room.
      Easy to use. Comes with commercial counting slides or reusable counting chamber. the display is user friendly. quite an accurate cell counting machine with some very needed features.

    • Anais Kervadec

      Sanford-Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

      Great instrument! Fast and reliable!
      I have used the LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter for routine work for 2 years now and I love it! It is accurate, fast, and very easy to use. I know I can trust the data it provides.

    • Jayme Kim

      Accurate and fast! Surely a must-have cell counter in every lab.
      We were struggling with counting cells accurately before we purchased LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter! Now we are much more confident with cell counting and the subsequent data we produce. It is such a fast, accurate, reliable, and user-friendly cell counter which anyone can use after a brief tutorial. You can adjust cell counting protocols based on features of the cell lines you work with and record and transfer the results to an external drive of your choice!

    • Dmitry Podolsky

      Polessky State University

      A great solution for researchers in the field of cell biology!
      The automatic cell counter LUNA-II proved to be a lifesaver for my research with HeLa and C6 cells, as well as blood cells, to quickly count cells and determine viability. The device is very easy to operate and has a clear interface with a good touch screen for manipulation. It has good interpretation of results in the form of quality images and quantitative results in the form of diagrams, this made it easier to work a routine of counting cells in large number of experimental samples. Very clear and simple protocols for setting up counting cells and determining viability. It has already been tested on different types of cells and this device has high reproducibility of results and accuracy, simplifying preparation for experiments. Results are generated quickly, which saved time. The price is affordable. You can forget about Goryaev's chamber for good. Convenient to use, I recommend for everyone.

    • Kalina Belemezova

      It's a must-have instrument for every stem-cell laboratory.
      LUNA-II is a small benchtop cell counter. However, in its small size, it offers a variety of opportunities for cell counting. The cell counter is very easy to use and saves us a lot of time. The user is able to adjust the counting settings according to his needs and to extract all the data in a usable format. We have been using it for a few years on a daily basis, never had any issues with it.

    • Daniel Abugri

      Tuskegee

      Excellent results and reproducibility.
      The instrument is high-throughput and works very effectively. Makes my students', and my own work very simple and efficient.

    • Vincent Sengulen

      Great results, good accuracy and easy to use.
      The LUNA-II is very effective. Results are more accurate than eye counting. It saves me a lot of time during my days and it's very easy to use. Once the program is well prepared and saved, it just takes few seconds to have a good results with a lot of detail. We can even check the photo to be sure that everything is good.

    • Violetta Grechko

      Polessky State University

      Greate results! With the LUNA-II, our life in the laboratory has changed.
      Before, I counted cells only on Goryaev's cell. Just recently we got the LUNA-II device and our life in the laboratory has changed! It is very easy to use, and also gives reliable information on the number and quality of cells. Thanks to the company for producing such a wonderful automatic cell counter.

    • Harald Egelhofer

      Fast, small and accurate device.
      We use the LUNA-II in our GMP facility in order to monitor the cell number during the manufacturing process. This small, fast and accurate automated counting device is easy to use and very helpful for a close monitoring of the stem cell expansion during culture. It's a good alternative to the time-consuming manual count and allows to spend significantly less time which can be reallocated for development purposes.

    • Nabendu Saha

      National Institute of Science

      So far so good.
      The product seems good so far. The sample inserting port should have been more convenient.

    • Ramya Ravindranathan

      3Rs - Rapid, reliable, reproducible!
      I highly recommend this instrument. I have used it for 6 months and am very satisfied with it. My asssays are very reproducible using the LUNA-II Automated Cell Counter!

    • Scott Arnott

      Abeona Therapeutics

      Great product!
      10/10 recommend! Very easy to use.

    • Rosana Cáceres

      Great results! Small, rapid and reliable!
      We obtain great results rapidly. It's very easy to use and it has really saved us a lot of time in the lab! Highly recommend it.

    • Tingting Zhou

      Huadong Medical Institute of Biotechniques

      Very convenient machine.
      This machine is very easy to use, I often need to count cells accurately during working. It is very helpful because we are not limited by cell type or size, and the results are relible.

    • Sireesha Kolla

      Great results.
      This cell counter is really cost effective when compared to other makes. Small, simple and very precise instrument. It's user friendly too.

    • Martina Bamundo

      Tigem

      Every lab should have one!
      This is the fastest way to count cells and allows you to evaluate the viability of your sample with high accuracy!

    • Luca Albicocco Giovinati

      Easy to use.
      Easy to use, efficient and precise. The best counter I've tried yet.

    • Baylee H

      Boston University

      Consistent results, would be very sad without it.
      The LUNA-II automated cell counter is quite literally one of the easiest pieces of equipment to use. Our cell counting/seeding now takes a fraction of the time it used to. Results are much more consistent and reliable knowing that cell density is the same throughout experiments.

    • Audrey Grunenberger

      Great and fast results.
      We obtain great and fast results and it's very easy to use. I recommend it.

    • Shogo Nakayama

      Kyushu university

      You can save time with this system.
      Very easy to use. You should use this system if you want to save boring time counting cells with a microscope and cell counting chamber. For special conditions, you can adjust easily. For example, if you want count small cells only, you just adjust the slide bar on the simple histogram.

    • Daisuke K

      Great time-saver.
      The procedure is quick and easy, and this gives you pretty accurate results. Sometimes the autofocusing is less reliable, but I'm still going stick with this instrument forever because it saves me so much time. Using it together with the disposable counting slides which the company provides makes your cell counting experience far less stressful. It would be even better if the data saving and printout function were more useful.

    • Ezequiel Miron

      NKI

      Easy to use, clear results and useful in-built dilution calculator tool.
      The instrument is easy to use. The ability to calculate dilutions is useful and the protocol saving also allows for multiple cell/experiment optimization. The instrument is light which means it can be pushed back when inserting the counting slides. The round top means that there is no surface to weigh it down for a DIY solution to this.

    • Amanda Muni-Morgan

      Efficient and user-friendly!
      The LUNA-II is very user friendly and enables quick enumeration of marine phytoplankton species if you are looking at monocultures.

    • Noorain Mohamad Ramli

      University Kebangsaan Malaysia

      Easy to use, fast results.
      Easy to use. Shortened the time to do mammalian cell counting and the results are very reliable.

    • Louise Greetham

      Wouldn't go back to using Malassez to count!
      Really easy to use the product, very intuitive. Also gives reproducible results. Quick and easy, I recommend!

    • Sumit Santara

      Boston Children's hospital, HMS

      A great cell counter.
      LUNA-II is a great cell counter. Very easy, user friendly, and fast. Automatic dilution calculation and cell size measurement are very cool features. I am very satisfied and highly recommend it.

    • G. F.

      Easy to use, fast device. 

      With the LUNA-II Cell Counter you can count your cells in less than a minute. It's not only pretty fast but also very easy to use. Mix your sample with dye, load it into the chamber and you can start counting. Highly recommended.

    • Gun-Hee Lee

      Jeonbuk University

      Good results.
      LUNA-II is a very useful automatic cell counter. Recently, I measured cell viability using LUNA-II. Because it counts both live and dead cell populations, on time was conveniently confirmed. Cell size measurement is a very cool feature. I am so satisfied! Will recommend it to everyone!

    • Jayakumar Nair

      Accurate results and very easy to use.
      We purchased he LUNA-II for counting purposes. It comes with two reusable slides and a box of 50 disposable ones. The counting is quite accurate and very easy to use. The accuracy was checked with separate haemocytometer counts of each cell line being counted on the LUNA-II cell counter and was found to be very close and well within the error rates of the haemocytometer. I am very impressed. Would highly recommend this product to other labs.

    • Hasnizawati Mohamed Dahlan

      Makmal Bioserasi UKM

      Great equipment.
      Very good, user friendly and fit for our purposes.

    • Kathryn Tunny

      Highly recommend.
      This instrument is very easy to use, makes counting cells a breeze.

    • Chiara Capitani

      University of Florence, Italy

      User friendly with great results.
      Great cell counter. Easy and immediate to use. Has some cool features like automatic dilution calculation and cell size measurement. The instrument is also very light and small, easy to find a spot for. Definitely recommend!

    • Ashwini Prabhu

      Good instrument for cell counting.
      Easy to use, gives reproducible results and consistent cell counts.

    • Mihaela Matovina

      Rudjer Boskovic Institute

      Very helpful instrument if you are working with cell cultures.
      The instrument is intuitive and easy to use. It saves a lot of time in cell counting, however, the results are not always reproducible. We also had problems with the post purchase support, since we were not able to order some spare parts, but that is probably because the company does not have a distributor in our country.

    • Giacomo Bagni

      Made everything easier, precise cell counting is not time consuming anymore.
      This product is compact (even the design looks good) and the interface is so intuitive. Made precise cell counting and viability assessment so much quicker. Good value for its price.

    • Caleb Beyer

      Dependable, easy-to-use instrument.
      Incredibly easy to use. I'm mostly interested in viability of cells, so the live and dead cell counts are a life-saver.

    • Catherine Tham

      Strongly recommended.

      Fast and accurate, reproducible and easy to use.

    • M. Holder

      I have found the LUNA cell counter to be reliable and very easy to use. With its small footprint it doesn't take up much space on the bench. With our work that requires 100's of counts it has meant less time has to be spent on cell counting. I would recommend to anyone who spends a lot of time counting cells.

    • Maja Stanojevic

      Convenient to use, fast and accurate.
      The LUNA cell counter is easy to use. Compared to the hemocytometer, cell counting is fast, and it gives % viability and size of cells which is very valuable info when working with different cell types.

    • Eunah Cho

      Chung-ang university

      Simple and accurate.
      Our lab uses the LUNA Automated Cell Counter in cell culture to count a variety of mammalian cell lines. We find that the cell counter has user friendly interface. Furthermore, it's very efficient and convenient to use. Since using the cell counter, the time taken to complete experiments has absolutely reduced.

    • Luis Martins

      Fast and accurate.
      It is fast and accurate. It is very useful when you need to count a relatively large number of conditions.

    • Nick Bockett

      GMRI

      Simple effective cell counter.
      Simple to use cell counter, takes the pain out of cell counting. Is great to have a reusable slide -rather than using disposable slides - although take care not to drop it.

    • Bede van Schaijik

      Excellent product.
      Good quality counts and consistent, reproducible results.

    • Borja del Rio Granados

      TIgenix

      Nice results in less time.
      Great software with tactile screen. We miss an option to connect a printer or LAN.

    • Daniel Maloney

      Great product, can't imagine cell counting without it.
      I have used the LUNA cell counter multiple times each week for the past year and have been very pleased with results. Counts have been consistent and my throughput has rocketed ever since I've been able to retire by haemocytometer! I couldn't go back now I've experienced the world of automated cell counting.

    • Maria Cabral

      Moffitt Cancer Center

      Can't live without it!
      AMAZING! Before using the LUNA cell counter, I used another automated cell counter and I can tell you that the difference is crazy! Love how fast and efficient it is and how easy it is to used. I love the display and how to load the samples.

    • Conor Delaney

      Fantastic!
      Super accurate and far faster than the haemocytometer, helpful for dilution calculations too.

    • Fiona Leblay

      Mivegec

      Perfect!
      Easy to use, the slides are useful and it saves a lot of time when I have to count my cells! I use it with trypan blue.

    • Benjamin Vesin

      Easy to use.
      Very easy to use, automatic counting is fast and accurate, and there are many setting options. Very convenient.

    • Carlos Calderón

      Cienytech

      Great results.
      Very good product, excellent price, seller recommended.

    • Lloyd Tang

      Worthy investment.
      Simple to use with a clean interface. Recommended for labs.

    • Laura Finnegan

      Trinity College Dublin

      Simple and friendly - these things count.
      A great cell counter, love how easy it is to use. The interface is simple and easy to use. Easy to calculate dilutions etc too.

    • Yuan Liu

      The LUNA Automated Cell Counter gives us very fast and very accurate reading of cell numbers.
      The LUNA Automated Cell Counter is a very essential instrument in our lab at the NIH. With the LUNA cell counting slides, it is very easy, very convenient, and very fast to count our cells. Our lab members use this instrument very frequently every day. It has contributed more than we expected to our research.

    • Daniek Haarman

      University of Twente

      Great results, very easy to use.
      The LUNA Cell Counter is very easy to use. Great quality and great results.

    • Colleen Olkowski

      I have no idea how we survived before the automated counter.
      This is invaluable for all of our cell-based assays, for all of our injection preparations, for all in vitro and in vivo departments, everyday!

    • Jelle Wittenberns

      Greatly recommend it!

      Greatly recommend it!
      Before, we used another cell counting device, but the capillary clogged a lot, the cuvettes where annoying to use, the measuring time was 30+ seconds per sample and we needed a large supernatant sample. We made the switch to the LUNA 4 years ago and won't go back! The LUNA is fast and does not need anything besides trypan blue, slides and a small sample to work. It also lowered our counting operating costs immensely!

    • Sunny Huang

      It's very easy to use, convenient and fast.
      LUNA Automated Cell Counter is very convenient to use. The speed of counting is so fast and it's the primary reason I choose it.

    • Cody Howe

      Oakland University

      An easy and quick instrument to help provide accurate cell counting.
      The automated cell counter is quick and easy to use for cell counting experiments. Being able to pop in my slide and get an accurate count of my cells really helps me save time and feel confident in my counts. I use this for both personal and a lab class that I TA for. It helps my students understand cell counting and cell viability.

    • Elvio Perino

      Great reproducibility.
      We work with plant-pathogen interactions, specificaly with the potato late blight oomycete phytophthora infestans. We use the LUNA Automated Cell Counter to establish count zoospores for inoculation in leaves. It's much faster and more efficient in comparison to microscopy counting on glass slides.

    • Larry Byron

      URMC

      Can't live without one.
      I will never use a hemocytometer again. If your are counting cells, this is the tool for the job.

    • Sabine Jyrch

      With the LUNA Cell Counter, you save a lot of time.
      LUNA is small and handy, it fits in every small laboratory and the operation is self-explanatory.

    • Joaquin Araos Henriquez

      Save your time, save your life!
      The LUNA cell counter is very easy to use, counting cells in 10s. The instrument saved my life! Otherwise I would need to count those cells to death! Very much worth buying!

    • Sneha S Rao

      Yenepoya Research Centre, Yenepoya University

      An ideal instrument recommended for multidisciplinary cell culture use.
      A highly efficient instrument in terms of consistency and reproducibility. Gives instant cell counts within few seconds with quality data.

    • Jen Petrella

      Penn

      Great results! Very easy to use.
      We receive great results from our LUNA and they are more accurate than using a hemocytometer. It is also a lot faster than using a manual count since we do not have to do any calculations with it.

    • 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!

    • 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.

    • Monique Heitmeier, PhD

      Washington University in St. Louis

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

    • 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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    • Mitochondrial pyruvate carrier 1 regulates ferroptosis in drug-tolerant persister head and neck cancer cells via epithelial-mesenchymal transition.
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    • Interplay Between Nanoplastics and the Immune System of the Mediterranean Sea Urchin Paracentrotus lividus.
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    • Mixotrophic growth of the extremophile Galdieriasulphuraria reveals the flexibility of its carbon assimilation metabolism.
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    • Low dose of zearalenone elevated colon cancer cell growth through G protein-coupled estrogenic receptor.
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    • Normalization of metabolic data to total thymine content and its application to determination of 2-hydroxyglutarate.
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    • Chloride Ion Transport Blockade Enhances Cytocidal Effects of Sterile Water on Bladder Cancer Cells.
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    • Therapeutic Effects of Conditioned Medium of Neural Differentiated Human Bone Marrow-Derived Stem Cells on Rotenone-Induced Alpha-Synuclein Aggregation and Apoptosis.
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    • Inertial Microfluidics-Based Separation of Microalgae Using a Contraction-Expansion Array Microchannel.
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    • Anti-Adipogenic Polyacetylene Glycosides from the Florets of Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius).
      2021. Baek SC, Yi SA, Lee BS, Yu JS, Kim JC, Pang C, Jang TS, Lee J, Kim KH. Biomedicines 9(1):91.

    • Radiosensitizing Effect of Boron Enhances the Effectiveness Proton Therapy in vitro.
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    • Selenite Inhibits Notch Signaling in Cells and Mice.
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    • Glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor (GLP-1R) agonist relieved asthmatic airway inflammation via suppression of NLRP3 inflammasome activation in obese asthma mice model.
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    • The Japanese Herbal (Kampo) Medicine Hochuekkito Attenuates Lung Inflammation in Lung Emphysema.
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    • Rapid Evaluation of Novel Therapeutic Strategies Using a 3D Collagen-Based Tissue-Like Model.
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    • Cytokine Augmentation Reverses Transplant Recipient Neutrophil Dysfunction against the human fungal pathogen, Candida albicans.
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    • Anaplastic lymphoma kinase inhibitor NVP‑TAE684 suppresses the proliferation of human pancreatic adenocarcinoma cells.
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    • Loss of Coordinated Neutrophil Responses to the Human Fungal Pathogen, Candida albicans, in Patients with Cirrhosis.
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    • PRMT5 promotes cancer cell migration and invasion through the E2F pathway.
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    • Current commercialization status of electrowetting-on-dielectric (EWOD) digital microfluidics.
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    • Screening of Health-Associated Oral Bacteria for Anticancer Properties in vitro.
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    • Effects of lycopene on skeletal muscle fiber type and high fat diet induced oxidative stress.
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    • Potential Vanilloid Type 1 (TRPV1) and Phosphatase and Tension Homolog (PTEN) in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer.
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    • Characterization of D-17 Canine Osteosarcoma Cell Line and Evaluation of Its Ability to Response to Infective Stressor Used as Alternative Anticancer Therapy.
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    • Immune activation of Bio-Germanium in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial with 130 human subjects: Therapeutic opportunities from new insights.
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    • Charge Transport by Light-Activated Rhodopsins Determined by Electrophysiological Recordings.
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    • Cytotoxicity screening of esculin with or without piperine.
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    • Evaluation of curcumin for cytotoxicity potential on MDA-MB-231 cancer cell lines.
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    • Cytotoxicity screening of curcumin on HeLa cancer cell lines.
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    • Homocysteine-induced decrease in HUVEC cells’ resistance to oxidative stress is mediated by Akt-dependent changes in iron metabolism.
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    • Pseudopterosin and O-Methyltylophorinidine Suppress Cell Growth in a 3D Spheroid Co-Culture Model of Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma.
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    • An oriented hydroxyapatite film with arrayed plate-like particles enhance chondrogenic differentiation of ATDC5 cells.
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    • Prognostic Significance of Transient Receptor Potential Vanilloid Type 1 (TRPV1) and Phosphatase and Tension Homolog (PTEN) in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer.
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    • Human host defense peptide LL-37 facilitates double-stranded RNA pro-inflammatory signaling through up-regulation of TLR3 expression in vascular smooth muscle cells.
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    • Secretion of proteins and antibody fragments from transiently transfected endothelial progenitor cells.
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    • Responses of oxidative stress and inflammatory cytokines after zearalenone exposure in human kidney cells.
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    • New Bicistronic TALENs Greatly Improve Genome Editing.
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    • Inhibitory effect of serotype a of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans on the increased destructive potential of serotype B.
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    • Interleukin‐35 inhibits alveolar bone resorption by modulating the Th17/Treg imbalance during periodontitis.
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    • Didymellanosine, a new decahydrofluorene analogue, and ascolactone C from Didymella sp. IEA-3B.1, an endophyte of Terminalia catappa.
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    • SIAH2-mediated and organ-specific restriction of HO-1 expression by a dual mechanism.
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    • Hyperthermic therapy using warm sterile water enhances cytocidal effects on bladder cancer cells.
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    • Uptake and excretion dynamics of gold nanoparticles in cancer cells and fibroblasts.
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    • Type‐I interferon regulates matrix metalloproteinases clearance of the bovine endometrial spheroid.
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    • An integrated transcriptomic- and proteomic-based approach to evaluate the human skin sensitization potential of glyphosate and its commercial agrochemical formulations.
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    • ADAR1 Transcriptome editing promotes breast cancer progression through the regulation of cell cycle and DNA damage response.
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    • Touch DNA in forensic science: The use of laboratory-created eccrine fingerprints to quantify DNA loss.
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    • TRPV4 channel mediates adventitial fibroblast activation and adventitial remodeling in pulmonary hypertension.
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    • Lower Mg and S contents in solar salt used in kimchi enhances the taste and anticancer effects on HT-29 colon carcinoma cells.
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    • Anticancer efficacy of 6-thioguanine loaded chitosan nanoparticles with or without curcumin.
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    • Depletion of histone methyltransferase KMT9 inhibits lung cancer cell proliferation by inducing non-apoptotic cell death.
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          • 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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        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
        T13001 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