• Fluorescence Cell Counter

    LUNA-FL™ Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter

    Equipped with dual fluorescence and brightfield optics, the LUNA-FL™ is a powerhouse. The LUNA-FL™ can assess cell counts, viability, and GFP transfection efficiency without being limited by cell type or size.
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With four counting modes, the LUNA-FL™ is our powerhouse. Equipped with brightfield and dual fluorescence optics that allows the sensitive detection of most cell types excluding bacteria. The LUNA-FL™ can distinguish primary cells such as PBMCs, splenocytes, neutrophils, and stem cells from undesirable debris for accurate cell count and viability results. Brightfield cell counting, fluorescence cell counting, yeast cell counting, and GFP transfection assays are all in the LUNA-FL™ wheelhouse. This versatile little counter sits comfortably in a cell culture hood or on your benchtop to fit seamlessly into your workflow.

WHAT THE LUNA-FL™ DOES BEST

  • LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter two counters in one
    TWO COUNTERS IN ONE

    The LUNA-FL™ can count in both brightfield and fluorescence mode, making
    it our most versatile counter to date.

  • LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter compatible with most cells
    COMPATIBLE WITH MOST CELLS

    Advanced imaging software and GFP and RFP fluorescence optics sensitively
    detect fluorescence stained cells.

  • LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter gfp transfection analysis
    GFP TRANSFECTION ANALYSIS

    High resolution images are captured and analyzed to detect GFP-positive and -negative cells.

  • LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter maximum 30 seconds
    MAXIMUM 30 SECONDS

    Fluorescence: 30 s = 3 images captured & analyzed;
    Brightfield: 10 s = 1 image captured & analyzed

THE SOFTWARE THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING.

FOUR COUNTING MODES CUSTOMIZE & SAVE PROTOCOLS USE THE DILUTION CALCULATOR GATE CELLS ON HISTOGRAMS

 

THE LOWEST COST. THE GREATEST CONVENIENCE.

Perfect for labs on a budget, our LUNA™ family of automated cell counters work with the LUNA™ Reusable Slide. The LUNA™ Reusable Slide delivers the affordability of manual cell counting without the associated time, subjectivity, and user-to-user variability. Our disposable slides offer the ultimate counting experience. With no mess or cleanup, these precision slides are convenient and maintain the highest standard of cell counting accuracy.
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LUNA-FL™: GFP Transfection Assay Quick Start Guide LUNA-FL™ Quick Start Guide LUNA-FL™ Brochure Fast automated yeast cell counting algorithm using bright-field and fluorescence microscopic images Product literature Application of a non-hazardous vital dye for cell counting with automated cell counters GFP expression analysis using the LUNA-FL™ Fast cell counting and viability measurement of yeast cells with the LUNA-FL™ Automated fluorescence cell counting Logos Biosystems Products Brochure LUNA-FL™ software 3.1.3 Software Autoexposure mode update Notice
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    WHAT DO OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY?

    Testimonials
    • Terri Rice

      University of Alabama

      Great product and great results.
      I have been working with the LUNA-FL cell counter and counting slides for over 3 years. The products are easy to use and very accurate. I've never had a problem and would recommend it to anyone. Great product!

    • Andrew Cassar

      University of Malta

      Good results, will be published soon.
      This product had made cell counting easy rather than counting it under the microscope as we used to do back in the day. After preparing the sample we easily loaded it into the slide chamber. It also tags which cells are live and dead to be easy for the user to count. since it is done through imaging and focus. The user only has to adjust some minor settings for accurate counting like other instruments. Overall, this is a great product.

    • Kaylie Schneider

      Cellarity

      Consistent.
      The main cell counter that we use before single cell RNAseq. Seems to give consistent results and accurate counts/viabilities.
      Easy to use and relatively quick.

    • Kevin Miller

      Oak Ridge

      Easy, accurate cell counting.
      This product has made cell counting such an easy process! After preparing the sample, it is loaded into the slide chamber, inserted into the LUNA-FL, and then counted. Learning to use the equipment was quick, and the default setting has worked well in our lab. Assessing the quality of the count is also easily done through imaging and focus. Overall, this is a great product.

    • Fei Miao

      UPENN

      Great tool for T and B cell counting and viability check.
      Very easy to use. Very accurate measuring T and B cell viability.

    • Berkan Savas

      INSERM U955, IMRB Team Sahali

      Saves great amount of times if you need to count your cells during the experiment.
      Super easy to use, and comes with great explanatory leaflet for quick start. Very accurate results.

    • Delphine Merle

      CILOA

      Reliable and user friendly.
      Fast, reproducible and easy to use. Possibility to save protocols and export data. Helpfull to count GFP cells.

    • Alessandro Devigili

      University of Padova

      Great results in short time given a proper starting set-up.
      I used the LUNA system to estimate cell density and cell viability. In both cases, once the protocol is well defined and the experimental conditions extremely standardized, the system works very efficiently. It is less efficient in a non laboratory conditions.

    • Sivaraman Natarajan

      St jude childrens research hospital

      I have been using this LUNA counter for the last 3 years, it's simple and easy.
      The accuracy of cell count is very important for single-cell genomics experiments, in our hands the LUNA is very reliable and repeatable.

    • Cécile Conrad

      Institut Curie

      Cell counter very convenient to use, accurate and fast.
      It's very convenient to use, accurate and fast. The LUNA-FL can distinguish primary cells such as PBMCs, DCs from debris that's why we upgraded from the "classic LUNA" to the LUNA-FL. It's very helpful because we are not limited by cell type or size. In addition, the price is suitable so we're very pleased by that cell counter.

    • Cécile Apolit

      Abivax

      An essential instrument for our studies.
      We acquired the LUNA-FL in 2017 to replace an old cell counter and we are totally satisfied. We like: -Ease of use -The ability to specifically count PBMCs -The speed and availability of after-sales service -The price very correct.

    • Corinne Rolland

      IRSD

      We are satisfied with the LUNA-FL.
      The cell counter LUNA-FL is remarkably easy to use, fast and reliable; with a reactivity of the after-sales service. We are totally satisfied with the LUNA-FL.

    • Clayton Wandishin

      Vanderbilt University

      Fast and accurate cell viability and counts.
      The LUNA-FL's strength is in the viability accuracy, as well as being able to differentiate aggregated cells from single large cells due to the nature of the dual fluorescent dye. I use this machine constantly with cell culture and its speed, ease of use, cost, and small footprint were the major factors in purchasing this over another fluorescent counting option.

    • Cem Sonmez

      HistoGenetics

      Peace of mind progress with cell counting.
      We are using the LUNA-FL for counting mostly insect cells during the maintenance and expansion of the cell cultures. It`s operation is very straightforward once the settings are customized according to the cell type. Compared to bright light, fluorescence counting results in much more accurate (up to 10 million cells/ml) and reproducible results. With reusable slide, we don’t have to set focusing every time. It takes a minute or so to get the cell count and viability. Just in case, we always check the tagged cells under bright light and we don’t see any unlabeled or mislabeled cells, independent of cell size or cell clustering.

    • Sarah Kristian

      IU School of Medicine

      Amazing customer service, love the instrument.
      Our LUNA-FL Cell Counter was having some issues right out of the box. I communicated this to Logos and within the hour, I received a call to help troubleshoot. After attempting to troubleshoot and realizing the attempt was futile, Logos offered to send a replacement instrument within the week. I was extremely impressed by the customer service and I would absolutely buy from Logos again. The company takes pride in their instruments and was professional, courteous and fast to help!

    • Tadeusz Karcz

      NIEHS

      Great for primary cells.
      We use the LUNA-FL cell counter for analysis of mouse tissue preparations and primary cell cultures. Our samples include: lung homogenates, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid, T cells culture, etc. Acridine orange/propidium iodide dual staining is particularly beneficial for evaluation of samples contaminated with red blood cells. This approach is fast (analysis conducted immediately after addition of dyes) and more precise than methods utilizing trypan blue staining. Wide detection range and availability of re-usable slides are another advantages of the LUNA-FL. Major disadvantages include: no internal memory, only one USB port - precluding simultaneous use of pendrive (for saving results) and printer, long-lasting saving of results, lack of automatic focusing.

    • Laura Fin

      MRC-PPU, University of Dundee

      Great cell counter, robust re-usable slides, incredible customer support!
      We purchased this cell counter for our busy tissue culture facility. We needed a machine that is easy to use, fast, provides good reproducible results and offers the possibility to save funds on consumables by using re-usable counting slides instead of disposable ones. The LUNA-FL has all these features. The interface is user-friendly, the counter is easy to use with minimum training required and the results are almost immediate, clear and very reproducible. Moreover, users have appreciated the fluorescence function too. It gives a very quick and clear idea of the efficiency of transfection experiments. The possibility to use a re-usable slide with this counter has reduced our expenses towards consumables by an incredible amount. In general, we are very happy with our purchase. A final note has to be made for the incredible support of the customer service: we had a very useful demonstration of the machine, which was left at our facility for a month for trial, without any obligation of purchase. We had an initial big discount for the purchase of two machines, which included two re-usable slides free of charge. When our re-usable slides broke, Logos was upgrading the design and in the meantime we were offered disposable slides free of charge. We have been using the upgraded design for months now, without any problems.

    • Larriana.S Saskironi

      Ohio

      Great but minor improvement needed.
      This machine is one of the best .Easy to use and in most cases accurate. However, the application needs minor improvements regarding view on the monitor and speed of counting but overall a great device.

    • Adeyemi Olanrewaju

      George mason University

      Great product with great results.
      The product rarely get faulty as all the components are adequately packaged and gives results within few seconds, easy to use as well.

    • Ritika Kukreja

      Berkeley Lights Inc.

      Thanks for the functional product!
      This product is great - does what it says it will. Occasionally freezes, but since it works so well I don't care.

    • Marishita Idris

      Monash University Malaysia

      User friendly & fast.
      It is user friendly, fast & efficient. It only takes a few seconds to do cell counting and analysis with all info at the main display panel. I like the feature where I can zoom in up to 4x using this equipment.

    • Vikram Rathore

      Amity University

      Highly useful.
      The LUNA-FL is an extremely easy device to use and very user friendly. With many different modes available, it is certainly a useful tool in the lab.

    • Kun Liu

      Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology,Chinese Academy of Sciences

      Great result & easy to use.
      This machine is one of the best .Easy to use and in most cases accurate, rarely get faulty as all the components are adequately packaged and gives results within few seconds.

    • Reza B

      Kyoto University

      Try it and determine if it will works fine for you application. Helpful and handy!
      It's a compact device useful for cell counting but the camera and software can be much far better in this area of time as we have better resolution camera that can be fancy and much useful with cheaper price. In comparison to other cell counting device, it is comparable. There is a negative point of the design of the slide for cell counting about the depth that can focus better on nuclei counting. It can be faster and much reliable on the stability of the camera focus point for the next usage with the same cell line.

    • Satomi Iwahashi

      Mitsubishi Corporation Life Sciences

      It makes culturing cells easier and faster.
      It's very easy to use. If the cell counter had a Japanese version too, it will be better.

    • F Abali

      University of twente

      An excellent and reliable piece of technology!
      The cell counter is very user friendly, and provides reliable/fast cell count and cell viability. The cell counter is useful when you need to count a large number of samples in a short period of time.

    • Haili Lang

      Children's National Medical Center

      Easy to use, great counting results.
      I use it daily for cell counting. It is easy to use and fast to get accurate/reliable results.

    • Fiona Leblay

      Mivegec

      Great purchase!
      Very practical to use and very precise! In transfection procedures it's very helpful and speeds up our experiments a lot. I'm loving it!

    • Soraya GROC

      MIVEGEC, IRD

      Good product, quick and efficient!
      It is very useful to count quickly, in comparison with the cell of Malassez. It also allows you to have the number of dead cells and a living / dead cell ration. I highly recommend this product!

    • Jet Spalink

      Saxion hogescholen

      Super, I use it every day to count my cells.
      It is a really nice instrument to measure the amount of cells. It gives really quickly results.

    • Magdalena Rausch

      University of Geneva

      Easy to use to obtain robust and reproducible results.
      The LUNA-FL Dual Flourescence Cell Counter is easy to adjust and to use to obtain reproducible results. The high-resolution quality of the bright field and fluorescent images allows efficient and quick analysis of the cell count and cell viability. Once the parameters are set it is possible to obtain a robust read-out independent of the cell morphology. We use the LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell counter every day and it facilitates fast and user-friendly application. It is possible to save the bright field and fluorescent images on a portable drive for further quantification.

    • Christian Breukers

      University of Twente

      A reliable and nice cell counting tool.
      We have been use the LUNA-FL Cell Counter already for years and its ease of use and reliability make us happy users.

    • Lluis Lopez-Barcons

      University of Michigan

      Easy to use, uses small space, reliable, no warm-up waiting.
      Easy to use. Once you turn it on, it is ready to use, so no warm-up waiting. It counts cells pretty fast, in less than a minute. One problem is that for cells that strongly aggregate or are clumpy, readings are not accurate.

    • Fanni Borvető

      IRD

      Fast and accurate, the product to have!
      The LUNA-FL is easy to use and it gives reproducible results between cell counts. Moreover, it saves me a lot of time as each count is very fast and accurate! It is a good product to have in a cell lab.

    • Arren Pineda

      Parexel International

      Great software interface and easy to use!
      Setup and software interface is easy to use. Very sturdy product.

    • Xicheng Ding

      TAMU

      Handle samples quickly.
      Works easily. We like this labelling and try to do work with 3D culture.

    • Zachary Niziolek

      Flow Core

      Excellent results, a key player in our cell counting pipeline.
      Extremely reliable and useful. The ability to look at live/dead using the AO/PI stain gives the opportunity to ensure the correct cell concentration is being measured.

    • Abhi Gadi

      NYU school of medicine

      Great value for money.
      For our experiments, we use a lot of fluorescence cell counting. This instrument definitely helped us reduce the time we spend in achieving the results.

    • Rana Al-Baghdadi

      University of Al-Qadisiyah

      It made it easy to to be in the lab.
      It made it easy to be in the lab with good experience and high quality, reproducible results.

    • Karan Singh

      NYU School of medicine

      it is a good instrument which will be very helpful for cell proliferation assays.
      I am satisfied with this equipment. it is very easy to use.

    • Kim Dong Ho

      Genome&Company

      Easy, fast and accurate machine!
      Until this machine was used, the cells were directly counted and observed under a microscope. However, after using the LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter, we were able to save about half the time and get accurate results. Very easy to use which is also an advantage of this machine. I recommend to everyone!

    • Hugh Kromer

      Cellarity, Inc.

      Great cell counting machine.
      The LUNA-FL works very well for counting cells using trypan blue. It is able to recognize live and dead cells in many different types of cells.

    • Danny KItsberg

      Hebrew University of Jerusalem

      A very versatile, easy to use cell counter with many useful functions.
      It is a very nifty fluorescent cell counter. Very easy to use and with high reproducibility. Many useful functions for gating, cell size measurement and for counting yeast. I have used other counters but this one surpasses them all. We are very happy that we introduced it into our lab. Highly recommended!

    • Gabrielle Cannon

      UNC

      Ensures scRNA-Seq Success.
      This instrument has been indispensable for our single cell RNA-Seq sample prep process. Most of our samples are primary cells that have a high potential for debris and cell aggregates, which make traditional hemocytometer/trypan counting difficult. Dual fluorescence counting has greatly improved our accuracy and reliability. We also love being able to digitally archive the images/count reports for later reference. The instrument controls are intuitive and allow for manual focusing of the cell images. Our service rep has been very quick to address our after-sales needs. The LUNA-FL is the most affordable instrument that meets our needs (and often exceeds them!). Would recommend.

    • Kathy Evans

      DUKE INTERNAL MEDICINE ONCOLOGY

      Accurate and easy to use.
      We are a research lab that does in vitro and in vivo immunological studies. Viability and accurate cell counts are extremely important to our studies. The LUNA-FL is extremely user friendly and easy to switch from brightfield to fluorescence to GFP. The option to use a resusable slide also makes this instrument cost effective when only counting one sample. It takes up very little bench space and fits in our small tissue culture room where space is a premium. The ability to demo the LUNA instruments side by side for as long as we needed was a must for us and Logos allowed us the time and support to test all counting methods completely.

    • Kevin De Muynck

      Ghent University

      Fast, rapid, reliable counting with AO/PI.
      From 10 ml whole blood it is estimated to obtain roughly 10 million PBMCs. When counting with the LUNA-FL with the AO/PI stain, we indeed see total cell counts approximating what we expected from what is known. This system in combo with this dye mix offers a fast, reliable solution to count PBMCs.

    • Samson Omole

      GMU

      Easy to use, saves time and is very efficient.
      The equipment is very reliable with great accuracy and precision. It is user friendly and it is easy to use. In my former lab, we counted cells via microscope using the counting chamber with which it was very difficult to identify dead cells. With this equipment my job has been made easy.

    • Jaeda Roberts

      Pritzker School for Molecular Engineering

      Easy to use!
      The cell counter is easy to use, great for teaching, and very accurate most of the time. Use the bright field setting and the fluorescent setting most frequently and am satisfied with both.

    • Patrick Mccarthy

      Covaris

      Very accurate and easy to use.
      The LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter is very fast and easy to use. Our lab utilizes this instrument to count multiple cell types of different sizes; I much prefer it to a hemocytometer. The LUNA-FL is small and easily fits on our bench top. The counting and viability data is accurate and reproducible.

    • Colleen Olkowski

      NIH

      No need to look for any other counter.
      No need to look anywhere else for a cell counter. This is used by every group. It's very easy to use, and the ability to save count reports on different drives makes life so much easier than hand-recording everything.

    • Madeline Terpilowski

      Usc

      Great results, use it daily.
      This product is great I use it multiple times a day and it’s always consistent and useful. It’s my favorite cell counter in the lab! Highly recommend!

    • Niko Kangasniemi

      UH

      Easy to use product.
      Used to count living/dead cells after tissue digestion. Great service and easy to use product!

    • Eric M

      NIH

      Reliable, easy-to-use, compact and accurate - highly recommend!
      Our lab has been using the LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter for almost a year now and we have nothing but great things to say about it. Operating it is extremely straightforward with its simple and user-friendly interface. In addition to providing quick and accurate results, it includes many customizable features for all of your cell counting needs.

    • Rebecca L

      UNC

      Reliable and easy to use.
      This cell counter is extremely easy to use and has provided quick and accurate results on a consistent basis. It saves a lot of time and doesn't take up much lab space. I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for an accurate cell counter.

    • Aizhan Tastanova

      University Hospital Zurich

      Simplifies the procedure of preparing single-cell suspension.
      Easy-to-use and user-friendly interface. A must have tool for labs that have a lot of cell culture work and do a lot of viability assays. The customer service was amazing - gave us two demo tests.

    • Ondřej Vymazal

      FNUSA

      Thank you for this product, it is really helping me.
      It is not easy to count neutrophils, and it takes so long time do it manually. When I am using the LUNA-FL with PhotonSlide, it is a very easy, fast and precise count.

    • Nicholas Wameling

      Antibody Solutions

      Best cell counting instrument on the market!
      We use our LUNA-FL Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter every day for our flow assays and other duties. The first thing I noticed about the LUNA-FL is that it is very easy to use. Sometimes we are counting multiple cell types and the LUNA-FL is quick and very accurate. The LUNA cell counting slides we use are double sided, which helps to reduce waste, and they are of high quality. Overall this product has no flaws in my opinion.

    • Nicholas LeFlohic

      ImmunoActiva, Inc.

      Great results and takes no time at all to use!
      The Cell Counter is effective for allowing us to make better use of our time instead of using manual counting methods like the hemacytometer. There is some variability to the results, however they are for the most part consistent. The Cell Counter is intuitive in its interface and easy to operate with minimal training. One should be mindful of dilutions. So far we've had no problem (sourced to the equipment) and have had many instances of its reliable use.

    • Christoph Hapke

      Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center

      Good results, easy to use.
      The LUNA-FL is a very compact, lightweight device with an intuitive user interface that only requires minimal training. We use it every day for live/dead cell counting and are satisfied with the results. Logos offers disposable slides for high-throughput but also reusable ones for smaller labs (with a little effort you can also reuse the disposable ones but you didn't hear that from me). Preparation of slides with AO/PI takes about 1 minute.

    • Debjani Saha

      Takeda ireland Limited

      Great results, saves time!
      The cell counter is very effective and saves time instead of using a hemocytometer.

    • Cristina Brischetto

      Max Delbruck Center

      Fast and easy to use!
      Fast and useful cell counter! LUNA-FL is an optimal automated cell counter, easy to use and reliable. I am really happy with this product and I would absolutely recommend it. Save your time and make differences to your experiments.

    • Ilaria Malpighi

      Ospedale San Raffaele

      Precise, compact, intuitive!
      We use LUNA-FL Cell Counter to count different cell lines, allowing us to save valuable time, and to have precise and reproducible results. Easy to use, with minimal training. Compact size, in fact it can be put in a drawer. Fast reading, with a detailed outcomes.

    • Alba Medina

      Hospital S. Pau

      Very fast and complete solution.
      We use it as a cell counter. It has many functions, it's very fast and takes up very little space. It uses very little sample and gives a lot of information.

    • Ahmet Bugra Tufan

      Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine

      Great results.
      It was an amazing cell counter. It helped us a lot and saved a lot of time.

    • Rahul Biradar

      Organization: Turku Bioscience

      Enjoy the joy of counting cellsEnjoy the joy of counting cells.
      Among the best cell counters I have used so far! Easy and quick to use. One can export the high-quality images of cell counting field for references. The cell counting is quite precise.

    • Chiang Yao-an

      Organization: Medigen Vaccine Biologics Corp

      Easy to use and good results.
      It's very fast and takes up very little space. I'm really happy with this product and I would absolutely recommend it. It is easy to count PBMC.

    • Xiao Ting Qiu

      High-end vaccine biologics

      A simple and time-saving cell counter.
      It is very convenient for counting cells and save time. You can see the cells on the screen and recalculate the cells with the "tag" key. The results can also be output as a PDF file for records and reports.

    • Yogesh Taparia

      Ben-Gurion University of The Negev

      Excellent device for quick and accurate cell-counts.
      We use LUNA-FL for counting diatom cells routinely in our lab. Its extremely convenient and fast for taking cell counts which are reliable and robust. We have been using the LUNA-FL for about 3 years and have had no problems with this device. Highly recommend it for routine labwork.

    • Melita Videja

      Latvian Institute of Organic synthesis

      From very simple use to rapid analysis.
      LUNA-FL has helped us in day-to-day work and provides even more opportunities than hoped. Dual fluorescence optics help us obtain more accurate and reliable results, representative images, and high quality on-board analysis. Histogram data with cell size distribution and cell-cluster graphs are very important because we are using various cell lines and primary cells as well. Great value for money!

    • Kārlis Vilks

      Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis

      Nice device for saving time and sanity.
      Easy to use and very useful for determination of transfection efficiency using GFP transfection assays.

    • Olajumoke Babatunde

      Western Illinois University

      Great instrument.
      The instrument is reliable and does counting perfectly.

    • Matthew Crawford

      University of Virginia

      Accurate results, easy to use, great sales and follow up support.
      We purchased the Logos Biosystems LUNA-FL cell counter to quantitate human T lymphocytes and other cell types. This was early 2020, so most everything was shut down due to the pandemic, but we needed a good cell counter for SARS-CoV-2 research. To test if the instrument would meet our needs, Logos shipped us a demo to try out. The machine is very easy to use, accurate, and provides lots of supplemental data beyond just cell number. The LUNA-FL cost a bit more than some comparable counters, but less than others. The sales support and flexibility was what really stood out and sold our lab. The disposable slides can get expensive when performing many counts, but that's a common refrain for most counters. To save on the costs of consumables, I recommend buying straight from Logos; reusable slides also exist. All-in-all, this instrument, and the support behind it, have met our lab's needs well. We're happy and without complaints.

    • Claire Morton

      RxCelerate

      Great bit of kit.
      The LUNA-FL cell counter is a great bit of kit, it has really saved us a lot of time in the lab. It's compact, space saving and intuitive. It's great having the flexibility of having both brightfield and fluorescence cell counting in one machine.

    • Kevin Lee

      University of California Irvine

      Great. Easy to use.

    • Mike Licudi

      Imperial College London

      I love the LUNA-FL counter. It's so easy to use and it's fast - which is important for my applications when I can't have cells on ice for too long. I love the fact that there are multiple counting modes (dual fluorescence or brightfield) and you can set it up to use your custom stains. Getting practically instant cell counts with viability and dilution calculations done automatically is excellent. The other huge advantage over other automated counting systems is that you can visualize your cells on the screen to ensure they're healthy and spot any anomalies, which you can't do with cuvette based counters for example. It's also great that it stores all the data and can export it to USB, including cell images too. Very easy to calibrate, also.

    • Hugo Sugier

      Aenitis technologies

      Great device, user-friendly and time saving.
      We use this cell counter to count THP1 cell lines, cultured mesenchymal stromal cells and, thanks to its fluorescence, stromal cells from stromal vascular fractions. The results are more consistent than with a classic hemocytometer. The device is really easy to use and displays the picture of the counting, allowing you to check what counted as a cell or not. You even have a graph with average sizes of the cells. Logos is a company close to their clients and they are very helpful. To conclude: No regret, and time saved!

    • Huang Kirk

      Taiwan Color Optics

      Great product specialists in Taiwan.
      Thanks for good product specialists in Taiwan. They helped solve our counting problems.

    • Mengxian Zhang

      Tsinghua University

      Great! Useful instrument to count cells and test viability.
      Easy to use. A little bit expensive.

    • Soe Min

      Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

      100% recommended!
      This is my very first time using it for cell counting. It is very easy to use, effective, time-saving and reliable.

    • Elke Reinhardt

      Sanofi

      Fast and sparing with my cells.
      Very convenient cell counter. Does not need much space on the bench and results are reliable (checked in comparison to FACS analysis. It is great that only a small amount of cell suspension is used to get quick results!

    • Yengjey Yang

      Medigen

      Worth buying!
      LUNA-FL Dual Flurescenece cell counter elevate the efficiency of counting cell and increase our trust to machine counting system.

    • Koen De Wispelaere

      VIB-KUL

      Really handy, using it on a daily basis.
      Good stuff, easy to use and compact.

    • Brandie Fullmer

      LBRI

      Easiest cell counter to use on the market.
      By far the easiest cell counter to use on the market. It clearly tags live and dead cells so the user can check the accuracy of the count. The user does not have to make a ton of adjustments for accurate counting like other instruments.

    • Gelina Sani

      Children's National Medical Center

      The LUNA-FL is one of my favorite machines in our lab. It lets me acquire cell counts so quickly so I can go on with my bench work. Not only are we able to count but we can look at other statistics like viability and average cell size with just the push of a button. The best part about this counter is the accuracy. I am able to reliably count every cell line that I put in, and am able to do it again the next day. I'm so glad we have this system in our lab because counting with trypan blue would take much longer! Overall, I would recommend this product to another lab that is doing a lot of work with cell lines in order to get a quick and accurate count.

    • Mikayla Lopes

      Roger Williams Medical Center

      The LUNA-FL is an extremely easy device to use and very user friendly. With many different modes available, it is certainly a useful tool in the lab. Our service rep is extremely responsive and helpful to our needs and questions. Highly recommend!

    • Regina Wulff, MS

      Weill Cornell Medicine / New York-Presbyterian Hospital

      The LUNA-FL consistently produces fast and reliable results. The counts and viabilities provided by this instrument are consistent with values provided by flow cytometry. This product is remarkably easy to operate, care for, and maintain. In comparison to similar products on the market, the LUNA-FL is exceptional for the low cost.

    • Danh Tran

      Medical University of South Carolina

      Our lab was interested in an automated cell counter because we needed something reproducible enough to compare between groups and to use cell count as a quick approach for normalization. … The LUNA-FL fit our needs the most, and the price was close to our budget. So far, it has been used for many purposes in our lab, including the original assay that we were trying to develop and other applications including quick live/dead information, GFP expression, etc.

    • Woong Sun, PhD

      Korea University Medical School

      I would recommend it simply because it can count a heterogeneous sample obtained from mouse brain. I was surprised by the accuracy of this tiny instrument.

    • May Malicdan, MD PhD

      NIH, NHGRI

      It's very convenient to use and very accurate. Especially in the transfection procedures, it's very helpful. Overall, we're very pleased.

    • Joanna Ireland, PhD

      NIH, NIAID

      It works really well. It's easy. It's accurate and fast. I especially like the dual fluorescence and being able to focus on the green and red cells.

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    WHERE THE LUNA-FL™ HAS BEEN CITED

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    • Immune Memory in Mild COVID-19 Patients and Unexposed Donors Reveals Persistent T Cell Responses After SARS-CoV-2 Infection.
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    • Role of TLR4 in persistent Leptospira interrogans infection: a comparative in vivo study in mice.
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    • The Small GTPase Arf6 Functions as a Membrane Tether in a Chemically-Defined Reconstitution System.
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    • Exposure-related, global alterations in innate and adaptive immunity; a consideration for re-use of non-human primates in research.
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    • High-throughput analysis of lung immune cells in a combined murine model of agriculture dust-triggered airway inflammation with rheumatoid arthritis.
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    • Multi-Omics Resolves a Sharp Disease-State Shift between Mild and Moderate COVID-19.
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    • Identification of genomic enhancers through spatial integration of single‐cell transcriptomics and epigenomics.
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    • Safety and Tolerability of Stromal Vascular Fraction Combined with β-Tricalcium Phosphate in Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion: Phase I Clinical Trial.
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    • Real-Time Quantitative Reverse Transcription PCR for Detection of Opioid Receptors in Immune Cells.
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    • Selection of microRNAs in extracellular vesicles for diagnosis of malignant pleural mesothelioma by in vitro analysis.
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    • Establishment of an In Vitro Model of Persistent Chicken Anemia Virus Infection.
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    • High‐Throughput Magnetic Actuation Platform for Evaluating the Effect of Mechanical Force on 3D Tumor Microenvironment.
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    • Chemically modified mRNA nucleofection of primary human T cells.
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    • Caloric Restriction Reprograms the Single-Cell Transcriptional Landscape of Rattus Norvegicus Aging.
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    • Effects of Gelatin Methacrylate Bio-ink Concentration on Mechano-Physical Properties and Human Dermal Fibroblast Behavior.
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    • Single-cell transcriptomic atlas of primate cardiopulmonary aging.
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    • Quantitative Detection of Plasmodium falciparum Using, LUNA-FL, A Fluorescent Cell Counter.
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    • Post-copulatory genetic matchmaking: HLA-dependent effects of cervical mucus on human sperm function.
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    • Human Mesenchymal Stem Cell Hydrogen Sulfide Production Critically Impacts the Release of Other Paracrine Mediators After Injury.
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    • Analytical comparison of structural changes of plastic cell-based therapeutic drug storage containers when exposed to cryogenic environments.
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    • High-Content Immunophenotyping and Hierarchical Clustering Reveal Sources of Heterogeneity and New Surface Markers of Human Blood Monocyte Subsets.
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    • Single-cell transcriptome analysis of the Akimba mouse retina reveals cell-type-specific insights into the pathobiology of diabetic retinopathy.
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    • Similarities and Differences in the Effects of Toxic Concentrations of Cadmium and Chromium on the Structure and Functions of Thylakoid Membranes in Chlorella variabilis.
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    • Uptake and excretion dynamics of gold nanoparticles in cancer cells and fibroblasts.
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    • An optimized workflow for single-cell transcriptomics and repertoire profiling of purified lymphocytes from clinical samples.
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    • Characterization and mutagenesis of Chinese hamster ovary cells endogenous retroviruses to inactivate viral particle release.
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    • PINK1/Parkin influences cell cycle by sequestering TBK1 at damaged mitochondria, inhibiting mitosis.
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    • Engineered fibrillar fibronectin networks as three‐dimensional tissue scaffolds.
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    • A comparison of ovine facial and limb muscle as a primary cell source for engineered skeletal muscle.
      2019. Rodriguez BL, Nguyen MH, Armstrong RE, Vega-Soto EE, Polkowski PM, Larkin LM. Tissue Engineering Part A doi.org/10.1089/ten.TEA.2019.0087.

    • Roles of interleukin-11 during acute bacterial pneumonia.
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    • Diffusion-weighted MRI and 18F-FDG PET correlation with immunity in early radiotherapy response in BNL hepatocellular carcinoma mouse model: timeline validation
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      2019. Sung DK, Chang YS, Sung SI, Ahn SY, Park WS. Journal of Clinical Medicine 8(4): 533.

    • Homotypic and heterotypic trans-assembly of human Rab-family small GTPases in reconstituted membrane tethering.
      2019. Segawa K, Tamura N, Mima J. Journal of Biological Chemistry 294: 7722-7739.

    • Development of selective cytotoxic viral vectors for concentration of undifferentiated cells in cardiomyocytes derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells.
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    • Chimeric antigen receptor costimulation domains modulate human regulatory T cell function.
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    • Exploiting evolutionary herding to control drug resistance in cancer.
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    • Predicted glycosyltransferases promote development and prevent spurious cell clumping in the choanoflagellate S. rosetta.
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    • Single-cell transcriptomics reveals multi-step adaptations to endocrine therapy.
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    • CD19-directed CAR T-cell (CTL019) Product Viability and Clinical Outcomes in Non-Hodgkin Lymphomas and B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
      2018. Chong EA, Levine BL, Grupp SA, Davis M, Siegel DL, Maude SL, Gladney WL, Frey NV, Porter DL, June CH, Schuster SJ. Blood 132 (Suppl 1): 197.

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    • Association of the human bocavirus with tonsil squamous cell carcinomas.
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    • Glycosyltransferases promote development and prevent promiscuous cell aggregation in the choanoflagellate S. rosetta.
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    • A single-cell transcriptome atlas of the aging Drosophila brain.
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    • Assay for galactose-deficient IgA1 enables mechanistic studies with primary cells from IgA nephropathy patients.
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    • Hair cell mechanotransduction regulates spontaneous activity and spiral ganglion subtype specification in the auditory system.
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    • HIV-1 targets L-selectin for adhesion and induces its shedding for viral release.
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    • Strain-specific contribution of eukaryotic elongation factor 1 gamma to the translation of Influenza A virus proteins.
      2018. Sammaibashi S, Yamayoshi S, Kawaoka Y. Frontiers in Microbiology 9: 1446.

    • Transdermal, but not oral mucosa exposure, causes sublethal leptospirosis in mice.
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    • FGFR signaling regulates resistance of head and neck cancer stem cells to cisplatin.
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    • Canine mesenchymal stem cells treated with TNF-α and IFN-γ enhance anti-inflammatory effects through the COX-2/PGE2 pathway.
      2018. Yang HM, Song WJ, Li Q, Kim SY, Kim HJ, Ryu MO, Ahn JO, Youn HY. Research in Veterinary Science 119: 19-26.

    • Mammalian EAK-7 activates alternative mTOR signaling to regulate cell proliferation and migration.
      2018. Nguyen JT, Ray C, Fox AL, Mendonça DB, Kim JK, Krebsbach PH. Science Advances 4(5): eaao5838.

    • S1P₄ regulates passive systemic anaphylaxis in mice but is dispensable for canonical IgE-mediated responses in mast cells.
      2018. Kulinski JM, Proia RL, Larson EM, Metcalfe DD, Olivera A. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 19(5): 1279.

    • Mechanical tension drives elongational growth of the embryonic gut.
      2018. Chevalier NR, de Witte TM, Cornelissen AJM, Dufour S, Proux-Gillardeaux V, Asnacios A. Scientific Reports 8: 5995.

    • Dual mechanism of type VII collagen transfer by bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell extracellular vesicles to recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa fibroblasts.
      2018. McBride JD, Rodriguez-Menocal L, Candanedo A, Guzman W, Garcia-Contreras M, Badiavas EV. Biochimie 155: 50-58.

    • Pan-cancer genome and transcriptome analyses of 1,699 paediatric leukaemias and solid tumours.
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    • B cell receptor and CD40 signaling are rewired for synergistic induction of the c-Myc transcription factor in germinal center B cells.
      2018. Luo W, Weisel F, Shlomchik MJ. Immunity 48(2): 313-326.

    • Improving the quality of a recombinant rabbit monoclonal antibody against PLXDC2 by optimizing transient expression conditions and purification method.
      2018. Shimizu H, Nakagawa M, Todaka N, Imaizumi K, Kurosawa Y, Maruyama T, Okumura CJ, Shibata T, Tanaka Y, Sato Y, Ono Y, Akuta T. Protein Expression and Purification 146: 27-33. Oncotarget 8(65): 109358-109369.

    • Venous endothelium reactivity to Angiotensin II: A study in primary endothelial cultures of rat vena cava and portal vein.
      2018. Trindade MR, Assunção HCR, Torres TC, Bertolino JS, Fernandes L. Experimental Cell Research 362(1): 188-194.

    • Enhancement of recombinant antibody expression level by growth controlled medium.
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    • Dysregulated connexin 43 in HER2-positive drug resistant breast cancer cells enhances proliferation and migration.
      2017. Yeh ES, Williams CJ, Williams CB, Bonilla IV, Klauber-DeMore N, Phillips SL. Oncotarget 8(65): 109358-109369.

    • Lovastatin induced Kruppel like factor 2 (KLF2), Kruppel like factor 6 (KLF6) and Ras homolog family member B (RHOB) genes and preferentially led to viability reduction of Cisplatin-resistant cells.
      2017. Koi C, Izumi H, Kurita T, Nguyen TT, Murakami M, Yoshiura Y2, Hachisuga T, Morimoto Y. Oncotarget 8(63): 106429-106442.

    • Genome-wide segregation of single nucleotide and structural variants into single cancer cells.
      2017. Easton J, Gonzalez-Pena V, Yergeau D, Ma X, Gawad C. BMC Genomics 18(1): 906.

    • Molecular architecture underlying fluid absorption by the developing inner ear.
      2017. Honda K, Kim SH, Kelly MC, Burns JC, Constance L, Li X, Zhou F, Hoa M, Kelley MW, Wangemann P, Morell RJ, Griffith AJ. eLife 6: e26851.

    • Human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocyte encapsulating bioactive hydrogels improve rat heart function post myocardial infarction.
      2017. Chow A, Stuckey DJ, Kidher E, Rocco M, Jabbour RJ, Mansfield CA, Darzi A, Harding SE, Stevens MM, Athanasiou T. Stem Cell Reports 9(5): 1415-1422.

    • Effect of canine mesenchymal stromal cells overexpressing heme oxygenase-1 in spinal cord injury.
      2017. Lee SH, Kim Y, Rhew D, Kim A, Jo KR, Yoon Y, Choi KU, Jung T, Kim WH, Kweon OK. Journal of Veterinary Science 18(3): 377-386.

    • Immunization with recombinant TcdB-encapsulated nanocomplex induces protection against Clostridium difficile challenge in a mouse model.
      2017. Liu YW, Chen YH, Chen JW, Tsai PJ, Huang IH. Frontiers in Microbiology: 8:1411.

    • Complete human serum maintains viability and chondrogenic potential of human synovial stem cells: suitable conditions for transplantation.
      2017. Mizuno M, Katano H, Otabe K, Komori K, Kohno Y, Fujii S, Ozeki N, Horie M, Tsuji K, Koga H, Muneta T, Sekiya I. Stem Cell Research & Therapy 8: 144.

    • Cell cycle synchronization and analysis of apoptosis‐related gene in skin fibroblasts from domestic cat (Felis silvestris catus) and kodkod (Leopardus guigna).
      2017. Veraguas D, Gallegos PF, Castro FO, Rodriguez-Alvarez L. Reproduction in Domestic Animals 52(5): 881-889.

    • Morusin induces apoptosis by regulating expression of Bax and Survivin in human breast cancer cells.
      2017. Kang S, Kim EO, Kim SH, Lee JH, Ahn KS, Yun M, Lee SG. Oncology Letters 13(6): 4558-4562.

    • MiR-34a-3p alters proliferation and apoptosis of meningioma cells in vitro and is directly targeting SMAD4, FRAT1 and BCL2.
      2017. Werner TV, Hart M, Nickels R, Kim YJ, Menger MD, Bohle RM, Keller A, Ludwig N, Meese E. Aging 9(3): 932-954.

    • Self-organising aggregates of zebrafish retinal cells for investigating mechanisms of neural lamination.
      2017. Eldred MK, Charlton-Perkins M, Muresan L, Harris WA. Development 144(6): 1097-1106.

    • Functional maturation of human stem cell-derived neurons in long-term cultures.
      2017. Lam RS, Töpfer FM, Wood PG, Busskamp V, Bamberg E. PLoS One 12(1): e0169506.

    • Mycoplasma bovis escapes bovine neutrophil extracellular traps.
      2016. Gondaira S, Higuchi H, Nishi K, Iwano H, Nagahata H. Veterinary Microbiology 199: 68-73.

    • Impact of local injection of brain-derived neurotrophic factor-expressing mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) combined with intravenous MSC delivery in a canine model of chronic spinal cord injury.
      2016. Lee SH, Kim Y, Rhew D, Kim A, Jo KR, Yoon Y, Choi KU, Jung T, Kim WH, Kweon OK. Cytotherapy 19(1): 75-87.

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      2016. Lee J, Yakubov B, Ivan C, Jones DR, Caperell-Grant A, Fishel M, Cardenas H, Matei D. Neoplasia 18(11): 689-698.

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      2016. Huang JJ, Bunjamin G, Teo ES, Ng DB, Lee YK. Biotechnology for Biofuels 9: 218.

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    • Pleiotropic roles of the matricellular protein Sparc in tendon maturation and ageing.
      2016. Gehwolf R, Wagner A, Lehner C, Bradshaw AD, Scharler C, Niestrawska JA, Holzapfel GA, Bauer HC, Tempfer H, Traweger A. Scientific Reports 6: 32635.

    • Premedication with clarithromycin is effective against secondary bacterial pneumonia during influenza virus infection in a pulmonary emphysema mouse model.
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    • Minicircle microporation-based non-viral gene delivery improved the targeting of mesenchymal stem cells to an injury site.
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    • High antiviral effects of hibiscus tea extract on the H5 subtypes of low and highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses.
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    • Harvest tissue source does not alter the protective power of stromal cell therapy following intestinal ischemia and reperfusion injury.
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    • Human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes recapitulate the prediction of breast cancer patients to doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity.
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    • Local biological effects of adipose stromal vascular fraction delivery systems after subcutaneous implantation in a murine model.
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    • The relationship between antral follicle count in a bovine ovary and developmental competence of in vitro-grown oocytes derived from early antral follicles.
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    • Effect of bone morphogenetic protein-4 on in vitro growth, steroidogenesis and subsequent developmental competence of the oocyte-granulosa cell complex derived from bovine early antral follicles.
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    • Generation of atmospheric-pressure dry- and mist-plasma jets and their effects on HeLa cells.
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    • Application of a non-hazardous vital dye for cell counting with automated cell counters.
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    • Mouse model for sublethal Leptospira interrogans infection.
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    • GABAergic modulation with classical benzodiazepines prevent stress-induced neuro-immune dysregulation and behavioral alterations.
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    • Human mesenchymal stromal cells decrease mortality following intestinal ischemia and reperfusion injury.
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    • Differential regulation of gene expression of alveolar epithelial cell markers in human lung adenocarcinoma-derived A549 clones.
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    • Expression analyses revealed thymic stromal co-transporter/Slc46A2 is in stem cell populations and is a putative tumor suppressor.
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    • Dual inhibition of EGFR and MET induces synthetic lethality in triple-negative breast cancer cells through downregulation of ribosomal protein S6.
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    • Imipramine attenuates neuroinflammatory signaling and reverses stress-induced social avoidance.
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    • Fast automated yeast cell counting algorithm using bright-field and fluorescence microscopic images.
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        • LUNA-FL™ Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter HL-60 50viability
        • HL-60 (50% viability)

          Experimental condition

          HL-60 cells were artificially killed by heating and mixed with healty cells (50:50). Mixed cells were stained with acridine orange-propidium idodide mixture and then counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter.

        • HL-60 (high density)

          Experimental condition

          A high density culture of HL-60 cells was counted with the LUNA-FL to verifiy the performance of the instrument. Cells were stained with acridine orange-propidium idodide mixture and then counted. Green and red circle represents viable and dead nucleated cells automatically classified by LUNA-FL.

        • Human peripheral blood

          Human whole blood was collected from a finger tip and diluted in PBS at 1:100. After staining with the AO/PI dyes, white blood cells (WBCs) were counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter. Bright field and its corresponding fluorescence image are shown in the left and middle panel, respectively. Area enclosed by the white rectangle is shown in the right panel at high magnification. Note that cells containing nucleic acids (ie., WBCs) were counted and tagged with the green circle. A huge number of red blood cells (RBCs) and platelets seen in the bright field image were not counted by LUNA-FL. No dead WBC was observed in this field of view.

        • Jurkat

          Experimental condition

          Jurkat T cells were stained with acridine orange-propidium idodide mixture and then counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter.

        • Mouse neuron

          Experimental condition

          Mouse neuronal cells were collected directly from brain tissue and counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter. Contaminated red blood cells were nicely discriminated from nucleated cells with LUNA-FL. Green and red circle represents viable and dead nucleated cells automatically classified by LUNA-FL.

        • LUNA-FL™ Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter Mouse-PBMC
        • Mouse PBMC

          Experimental condition

          Mouse PBMC was collected by buffy coat preparation and counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter. Contaminated red blood cells were nicely discriminated from nucleated cells with LUNA-FL. Green and red circle represents viable and dead nucleated cells automatically classfied by LUNA-FL.

        • LUNA-FL™ Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter Mouse-splenocyte
        • Mouse splenocyte

          Experimental condition

          Mouse splenocytes were collected directly from spleen tissue and counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter. Contaminated red blood cells were nicely discriminated from nucleated cells with LUNA-FL. Green and red circle represents viable and dead nucleated cells automatically classfied by LUNA-FL.

        • LUNA-FL™ Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter Mouse-thymocyte
        • Mouse thymocyte

          Experimental condition

          Mouse thymocytes were collected directly from the thymus tissue and counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter. Contaminated red blood cells were nicely discriminated from nucleated cells with LUNA-FL. Green and red circle represents viable and dead nucleated cells automatically classfied by LUNA-FL.

        • Saccharomyces Cerevisiae (50% viability)

          Experimental condition

          Yeast (Saccharomyces Cerevisiae) cells were cultured in the YPD medium supplemented with several antibiotics overnight. The yeast cells were artificially killed by heating and mixed with healthy cells (50:50). Mixed cells were stained with the yeast viability kit (cat# F23202) and then counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter.

        • LUNA-FL™ Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter Size-bead
        • Size bead

          Experimental condition

          A high density 3 micron-sized beads were counted with the LUNA-FL to verifiy the performance of the instrument. Beads were counted at the bright field cell counting mode of LUNA-FL. Orange circles represent the automatically-classified objects by LUNA-FL.

        • LUNA-FL™ Dual Fluorescence Cell Counter Yeasts in a messy culture
        • Yeasts in a messy culture

          Experimental condition

          The number and the viability of yeast cells were measured in a bottle of a Korean rice wine. The wine was diluted at 1:100 with PBS, and the cells were stained with the yeast viability kit (cat# F23202) and then counted with the LUNA-FL fluorescence cell counter

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      L20001 LUNA-FL™ Automated Fluorescence Cell Counter 1 unit
      L12005 PhotonSlide™, 50 Slides 1 box
      L12006 PhotonSlide™, 500 Slides 10 boxes
      L12007 PhotonSlide™, 1000 Slides 20 boxes
      L12001 LUNA™ Cell Counting Slides, 50 Slides 1 box
      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
      F23001 Acridine Orange/Propidium Iodide Stain 2 x 0.5 mL
      F23002 Acridine Orange Stain 2 x 0.5 mL
      F23003 Propidium Iodide Stain 2 x 0.5 mL
      F23202 Yeast Viability Kit 1
      - Propidium Iodide Stain for Yeast (1 x 0.5 mL)
      - Fluorescein Diacetate Stain (1 x 0.5 mL)
      - Cell Dilution Buffer (1 x 20 mL)
      - Fluorescence Signal Enhancer 1 (1 x 0.5 mL)
      1 kit
      F23212 Cell Dilution Buffer 5 x 20 mL
      F23102 LUNA™ Fluorescence Calibration Beads 1 x 0.5 mL
      B13101 LUNA™ Standard Beads 2 x 1 mL
      F24003 LUNA-FL™ IQ/OQ Protocol 1 copy
      P10001 LUNA™ Printer 1 unit
      P10002 LUNA™ Printer Paper - thermal, 700 prints 3 x 2 rolls