PHCC20040 | Scepter 2.0 Handheld Automated Cell Counter, w/ 50pk of 40µM Sensors

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      Catalogue NumberPHCC20040
      Trade Name
      • Scepter
      DescriptionScepter 2.0 Handheld Automated Cell Counter, w/ 50pk of 40µM Sensors
      OverviewThe Scepter Cell Counter delivers rapid cell counts in a handheld easy to use format. Its on screen instructions guide you through the sampling process and in less than 40 seconds reveil data on cell concentration, average diameter, average volume and a histogram displaying population information on your culture. The device stores up to 72 counts which can be downloaded to your computer and uploaded to Excel for further manipulation.
      FREE PACK OF 40μM Sensors included.
      Product Information
      • 1 Scepter Cell Counter
      • 1 Test Bead Vial
      • 1 USB Cable
      • 1 Downloadable Software
      • 2 O-rings
      • 50 Sensors (40µM)
      ApplicationThe Scepter Cell Counter delivers rapid cell counts in a handheld easy to use format.FREE PACK OF 40μm Scepter Cell Counter Sensors included.
      Key Applications
      • Cell Counting
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      Physicochemical Information
      Particle Size3-18 µm
      Cell Size Range4-12 µm
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      Fast, Accurate, Innovative Cell Counting & Analysis
      Scepter™ 2.0 Cell Counter

      Technical Info

      Assessing Enriched Murine CD4+ T Cells Differentiated Towards Effector T Helper Cell Lineages with the Scepter™ 2.0 Handheld Automated Cell Counter
      Enumeration of live, circulating tumor cells using SmartFlare™ probes and an Amnis® imaging flow cytometer
      Human PBMC Isolation and Counting Using the Scepter™ 2.0 Handheld Automated Cell Counter
      Immuno-monitoring using the Scepter 2.0 Cell Counter and Software Pro
      Rapid Analysis of Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cells and 3T3-L1 Differentiation Towards Adipocytes Using the Scepter™ 2.0 Cell Counter
      Rapid Counting of Somatic Cells in Dairy Milk Using the Scepter 2.0 Cell Counter, Following Spin-Wash Sample Preparation


      Rapid Assessment of CD4 + T Cell Differentiation towards More Specialized Cell Types using Impedance Based Technology

      Newsletters / Publications

      Cellutions - The Newsletter for Cell Biology Researchers Vol 1: 2012
      Cellutions - The newsletter for Cell Biology Researchers Volume 3: 2011
      Cellutions Newsletter: 2011, Vol. 1
      Cellutions Newsletter: 2011, Vol. 2