hemocytometer


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hemocytometer

[‚hē·mə‚sī′täm·əd·ər]
(pathology)
A specifically designed, ruled and calibrated glass slide used with a microscope to count red and white blood cells. Also spelled hemacytometer.
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Parasites viability was evaluated from motility after 48 h and cell density was determined using a hemocytometer.
At the three time-points, cells in the experimental groups were incubated in exogenous Cytochrome C (Cyt C from bovine heart, Sigma-Aldrich, USA) for 30 minutes, following which, cell counts were obtained from wells which did not contain the glass cover slips using the Trypan Blue dye exclusion technique in a hemocytometer.
Cells were counted using a hemocytometer and reseeded in flasks with prewarmed growth medium at approximately 100,000 cells per 75 [cm.
The cellular components of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) have conventionally been enumerated microscopically by using a hemocytometer counting chamber.
Immediately prior to counting, the killed cells must be mixed vigorously before loading the hemocytometer.
To evaluate any change in PEGylation, microscopic agglutination reactions were graded, in quadruplicate, on a hemocytometer for each RBC type and each simulated condition.
Parasites were counted under the microscope using the hemocytometer chamber.
Subsequently, the cells of acanthamoebae were enumerated using hemocytometer and the difference in the total count was noted.
Cell viability was analyzed after 24 or 48 hours of culture, and counted in a hemocytometer chamber.
RBC count was determined by using Neubauer hemocytometer (Assistant, Germany).