How to Choose the Right Automated Cell Counter for Your Lab Needs
Cell counting is a critical and routine part of many cell culture laboratory workflows. The practice usually involves directly counting individual cells in a small volume in order to get an estimate of how many cells are in a larger volume. This can be useful for culture maintenance, setting up assays, assessing the health or viability of cells in a culture, and clinical or diagnostic applications. But when should you take your cell counting to the next level by getting a machine to do it for you?