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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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Blood was drawn from the tail of each mouse on the 12th day of EAC cells inoculation and the percentage of hemoglobin measured by using hernatometer and the total WBC and RBC were counted by using haemocytometer.
Cells that were attached to each other or clumps after trypsinization were counted as single particles by haemocytometer.
Afterward, cell growth was estimated by counting the parasites using a Neubauer haemocytometer (Improved Double Neubauer), and [IC.
Both chambers of the haemocytometer were scored and the average count calculated, provided that the difference between the two counts did not exceed 1/20 of their sum (ie.
Red Blood Cells (RBC) and White Blood Cell (WBC) were counted by Neubauer's improved haemocytometer.
The viability and concentration of the ESCs were determined by using a haemocytometer after staining with trypan blue.
The parasitaemia was determined by counting the live parasites by haemocytometer or by calculating the number of trypanosomes vs 1 x [10.
6] spores and hyphal fragments per ml using a haemocytometer.
A series of absorbance readings, haemocytometer counts and 2-fold dilutions were repeated until absorbance fell to the lowest detectable level (0.
For responses in group (i), cells were counted using trypan blue dye exclusion method with the aid of haemocytometer.
After the treatment, a cell count was determined using Trypan Blue and a haemocytometer.