hemacytometer


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hemacytometer

[‚hē·mə·sī′täm·əd·ər]
(pathology)
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For this purpose, they were added 20 mL of sterile distilled water in each box of 4 days of incubation, with a sterile glass spatula conidia spores were recollected and deposited in a glass beaker (KIMAX[R]), to this suspension was added a drop of liquid soap as surfactant and it was taken two samples of 10 iL to be evaluated in a hemacytometer (MARIENFELD [TM]) and a compound microscope (Leica Inc.
Seminal parameters were defined as follows (World Health Organization, 1999): Sperm density was measured by hemacytometer count at A-200 magnification.
Various methods for determining inoculum concentration were used including plate counts, turbidity measurements, Most Probable Number (MPN) and hemacytometer cell counts.
After discarding the supernatant and re-suspending the chondrocytes in a mixture of 10% FBS Media (500 mL 1:1 DMEM:F12, 50 mL FBS, 5mL 100x Amphotericin B, 5mL Pen-Strep), cells were counted using a hemacytometer.
Cell Count: At the end of each 24, 48, and 72 hour incubation period, cell counts were performed using standard hemacytometer techniques.
Subsequently, the appropriate volume was transferred to a hemacytometer and WBCs counted under a microscope.
Then, 20-[micro]L aliquot was removed and placed on a Neubauer hemacytometer.
The cell concentrations of the diatom species were counted by direct counts using a hemacytometer and a compound microscope.
Semen concentration was calculated by manual sperm cell count on a hemacytometer Burker chamber.
Conidial suspension of the isolate was prepared from fungi which growed for 10 days on PDA cultures, and the conidial concentration was adjusted to 2 x 105/ml using hemacytometer.
A multicenter evaluation of the Iris iQ200 automated urine microscopy analyzer body fluids module and comparison with hemacytometer cell counts.