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Bright-Line Hemacytometer

supplied with two cover slips

Synonym: hemacytometers

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General description

The Bright-Line Hemacytometer is molded from a single piece of thermal and shock-resistant glass. An H-shaped moat forms two counting areas, or plateaus. A "V" slash at the loading side of each plateau facilitates charing and reduces the possibility of overflow into the moat. Each plateau features enhanced Neubauer rulings.

The ruled surface is 0.1mm below the cover glass, limiting the volume of blood or fluid over a square mm at 0.1cu.mm and over each of 400 squares (within the central square mm) to 0.00025 cu. mm. Contact of the flat, polished cover glass surfaces with cover glass supports produces an exact volume of fluid over the counting area. The difference in surface tension characteristics between the metallic surface on the chamber and the polished cover glass assures smooth capillarity for precise loading and more even cell distribution.

Replacement cover slips sold separately: Z375357

Application

Bright-Line® Hemacytometer is used for cell counting. It may be used for determining the spore concentrations in spore suspension. It might also be used to count the number of oocytes present in stock solutions.

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Brady is a registered trademark of Brady Worldwide, Inc.

Bright-Line is a trademark of Cambridge Instruments, Inc.

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Protocols & Articles

Articles

Cell Viability and Proliferation

Assays to measure proliferation, viability, and cytotoxicity are commonly used to monitor the response and health of cells in culture after treatment with various stimuli. The proper choice of an ass...
Mark Frei
BioFiles v6 n5, 17–21
Keywords: Cancer, Cell proliferation, Flow cytometry, Mutagens, Reductions, Solvents

Protocols

3D Neural Stem Cell Models of Alzheimer’s Disease Protocol

Introduction Protocol    • Human ReNcell® VM NSC Maintenance and Passaging    • Viral Infection of Human ReNcell® VM NSCs    • Enrichment of High-Expressing Transgenic Human ReNcell® VM NSCs    • Cul...
Keywords: AGE, Alzheimer Disease, Apoptosis, Cell culture, Cell proliferation, Centrifugation, Deposition, Drug discovery, Flow cytometry, Gene expression, Immunohistochemistry, Microscopy, Optical microscopy, Transcription, Western blot

Cell Quantification

For the majority of manipulations using cell cultures, such as transfections, cell fusion techniques, cryopreservation and subculture routines it is necessary to quantify the number of cells prior to...
Cook Book Sept 2010 Volume 12
Keywords: Carcinogens, Cryopreservation

Cryopreservation of Cell Lines

The protocol below describes the use of passive methods involving an electric -80°C freezer for the cryopreservation of cell cultures. ECACC routinely use a programmable rate controlled freezer. This...
Cook Book Volume 12
Keywords: Cell culture, Cryopreservation, Phase transitions

Resuscitation of Frozen Cell Lines

Many cultures obtained from a culture collection, such as ECACC, will arrive frozen and in order to use the cells they must be thawed and put into culture. It is vital to thaw cells correctly in orde...
Fundamental Techniques in Cell Culture Laboratory Handbook - 2nd Edition
Keywords: Centrifugation, PAGE

Subculture of Adherent Cell Lines

Adherent cell lines will grow in vitro until they have covered the surface area available or the medium is depleted of nutrients. At this point the cell lines should be sub cultured in order to preve...
Cook Book Sept 2010 Volume 12, Fundamental Techniques in Cell Culture Laboratory Handbook-2nd Edition
Keywords: Adhesion

Subculture of Semi-Adherent Cell Lines

Some cultures grow as a mixed population (e.g. B95-8 - marmoset) where a proportion of cells do not attach to the tissue culture fl ask and remain in suspension. Therefore to maintain this heterogene...
Cook Book Sept 2010 Volume 12
Keywords: Cell culture

Subculture of Suspension Cell Lines

In general terms cultures derived from blood (e.g. lymphocytes) grow in suspension. Cells may grow as single cells or in clumps (e.g. EBV transformed lymphoblastoid cell lines). For these types of ce...
Cook Book Sept 2010 Volume 12
Keywords: Centrifugation, Growth factors

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Z375357 Bright-Line Hemacytometer replacement cover slip, replacement cover slip for the Bright-Line Hemacytometer: Z359629

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