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Giveaway – cell counting formula magnet series

Cell counting formula magnet series

Wish you had all the cell counting formulas at your fingertips? Now you can with our Cell Counting 101 magnet series!

To get your hands on these useful magnets to put up in your lab, post a comment on one of our blogs posts. We’ll get in touch to ship one over to you. Each of the four magnets has a unique formula, so every time you post a comment, you receive a different magnet to add to your collection*.

We urge you to get creative in the comments section—whether it’s a cell counting tip you’d like to share or a suggestion for our next blog topic, we’re looking forward to reading them.

The complete set of the ChemoMetec cell counting magnet series (four magnets)
* We’ll send you different magnets for each comment you leave, up to a maximum of four (4) magnets per person (i.e., the full series).

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25 Comments

  1. I love 💘 lab magnets and my 3 little boys too. We have a lot on the fridge to hang up drawings…

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    • Hi Lustremant,
      Thank you for commenting – we’ll get in touch with you shortly to find a way to ship a magnet to you. Keep the comments coming to collect all four of them 🙂
      Have a nice day.
      All the best,
      Christina

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  2. I don´t know which magnegt like me more!!!
    Black one probably! 🙂

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    • Hi Pablo,
      Thank you for your comment! I will ship your favorite magnet to you🧲
      Feel free leave more comments if you want to add more to the collection.
      All the best,
      Christina

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  3. Nifty magnets. These would be a nice addition to our new lab in Philadelphia

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    • Hi Monichan🙂
      I’m sure that the magnet will look great in your lab in Philadelphia. I will be in touch shortly to get your address.
      Best,
      Christina

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    • Nice blog for learning about cell counting, it has helped me immensely with my project work I’m doing.

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      • Hi Leah,
        Thank you for your comment 🙂 If you think there’s another topic we should shed light on be sure let us know!
        All the best,
        Christina

  4. Is it somehow possible to have all 4 magnets to save you shipping costs? That would be wonderful and efficient.

    Regarding efficiency, I come from Germany, that says it all. 🙂

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    • Hi Michael,
      Thank you for your comment and interest in our magnets 🙂 I will be in touch shortly to get your address.
      Best regards,
      Christina

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  5. Just read your article “Spilling the Secrets: How to Count Cells with a Hemocytometer” to learn how to count cells on the Neubauer chamber; would love to get a magnet (and if possible all 4) to put up at my lab in Cleveland! Great articles!

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    • Hi Brigette,
      I hope you enjoyed the blog post! The magnets will surely be a great addition to your lab in Cleveland.
      Have a good day.
      Best,
      Christina

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    • I’ll be commenting four times to ensure I can get all four. Thanks for this great opportunity!

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  6. Here’s my second comment for the giveaway! Would love to get the teal colored magnet!

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    • Dear Brigette,
      Thank you for your second comment. I will be in touch shortly to get your address.
      Kindly,
      Christina

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  7. We use our Nucleo counter every day and it is instrumental in our process of collecting and processing bull semen. We have to make sure we dose each straw correctly and we have confidence with the Nucleo counter.

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    • Dear Josh,
      Thank you for leaving a comment! I’m happy to hear that our instrument meets your needs and has become a part of your daily routine 🙂 I will be in touch shortly to get your address and ship the magnet to you!
      Kindly,
      Christina

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    • Dear Anders,

      I’ll ship you a magnet next week when I collect a list. What type of cell counting are you doing and is there a topic which we should shed light on, do you think? I’d love to get some ideas for new posts…

      Have a good day. Kindly,
      Janny Marie.

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  8. The magnets would be handy reminders to all our Lab and Brew Techs.

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    • Hi again, Ray.
      I’ll be shipping you two magnets, I see. What are you working on in the Brew Lab? I have fond memories of beer foam tests from my days at the Carlsberg Laboratory in Denmark…
      Have a good one.
      Best,
      Janny Marie.

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  9. Using routinely the NC200 and Via1 cassettes in a commercial CGT process.
    If the magnets are still available, they would be a great, useful gadget.

    Best regards,
    Mihaela

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    • Hi Mihaela,
      It’s great to hear that you are satisfied with the NC-200™ cell counting solution! The magnets are still available – I will be in touch shortly to get your address.
      Best regards,
      Christina

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  10. Just came across your website as I was looking for information related to a paper I am working on. I had left a comment on another blog post but yeah, looking into using your equipment in future research.

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