Comparison of Countstar Cell Counting and Traditional Cell Counting

In order to ensure the quality of subsequent experiments, many laboratories will measure the concentration and viability of cells, The traditional method is through the trypan blue dye for the mammalian cell and Meilan dye for yeast. Because the operation of the traditional hemocytometer is complex and the error is large, hemocytometer has been replaced by automated cell counters increasingly. With wide range of advance features Countstar® automated cell counter to ensure the accuracy and stability of cell counting results.

Easy and convenient:- 20ul sample within 20 seconds through three steps with one button


No manual focusing is required

The following figure is a number of column focal length error picture, if the focal length adjustment improperly, will seriously affect the judgment of cell live and death, affecting the stability of counting results. For Countstar® automated cell counter  there is no manual focusing is required,avoid the focal length error for the judgment of the impact of cell live and cell death.


 Large field view of detection 

 Countstar®Unique lens to ensure that each count of the field of vision collected by the amount of cells is far greater than the results of artificial counting.

Cell concentration








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Multi-field detection

Base on the large field view of detection Countstar® automated cell counter have multi-field view detection function, one sample can be detected with three view, and the software get the average detection result automatically, these can completely offset the error caused by uneven distribution.


Perfect impurity filter function

Countstar® automated cell counter can differentiates cell debris and background impurities effectively, eliminates cell debris and the effects of background impurities on cell counting results. As shown in the following figure, cell debris and background impurities are removed from the cell counting results automatically.



 Advanced aggregated cell analysis