Cell Types supported by the NucleoCounter® Family
The NucleoCounter® family supports cell counting of cells from a broad range of organisms. The instruments are specialized for different applications as shown below.
The NucleoCounter® family all use fluorescence for staining nuclei. Each detection system uses reagents that are optimized for specific cell types and applications
Nucleocounter® instruments are not limited by the cell size for automated counting and can detect cells ranging from T-lymphocytes (5-10um) to adipocytes (> 1000um).
The NucleoCounter® family has a unique ability to count aggregated cells. Primary cultures with large aggregates can be reliably counted because stained nuclei are much more easily segmented by the algorithm, compared to distinguishing of individual cells from a brightfield image.
|Immune Cells||Stem Cells||Cancer Cells||BioProcessing||Culture Method||Aggregated Cells|
|PBMCs||MSCs||Leukemia Cell lines||Vero Cells||Suspension||Primary Cultures|
|T cells||ASCs||Breast Cancer|
|CHO Cells||Adherent||ES cells|
|NK Cells||HSCs||Prostate Cancer Cell Lines||CEF Cells||Primary Cultures||Neuron Cultures|
|Dendritic Cells||iPSCs||Neuroblastoma||Microcarriers||Cells grown in|
The unique size and media of these cells require very specialized image systems and reagents. The NucleoCounter® family has instruments that meet these specific requirements.
|Yeast Cells||Sperm Cells||Insect Cells|
Use this search to see the different cells counted with a Nucleocounter® in published literature.