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Get highly accurate cell counts in just 30 seconds
Bio-Rad Laboratories

The TC20 automated cell counter gives you highly accurate, fully reproducible mammalian cell counts in a fraction of the usual time — without the need to dilute your sample. With its innovative auto-focus technology and digital image analysis algorithm, the TC20 eliminates subjectivity while delivering reliable results in 30 seconds. So you can avoid the tedium of manually counting cells and move on to other important tasks. It all adds up to a better workflow for your workday.

Key Product Benefits:
  • Innovative auto-focus technology – removes variation associated with manual focusing and provides accurate, consistent, standardized cell counting within 30 seconds 
  • Digital image analysis algorithm – automatically identifies cells and excludes debris, as well as determining total cell count without dye or cell viability with trypan blue 
  • Cell-size gates – enables user-defined gates to choose the population of interest in complex samples, such as primary cells 
  • Cell conservation – use only 10 µl of suspended cells 
  • Easy to archive and analyze – access up to 100 counts stored in the onboard memory, or export results via a USB key and use the TC20 Data Analyzer software on your PC to further analyze images, compare multiple samples, and prepare analysis reports

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