Trypan blue is more harmful than you think - Count your cells with the Erythrosin B-compatible LUNA-II™
Product News Nov 19, 2015
Trypan blue is a common presence in labs around the world.
It is also a known teratogen and carcinogen.
Consider Erythrosin B.
A safe, non-toxic alternative to trypan blue, Erythrosin B was recently confirmed to produce consistently accurate cell count results with the LUNA-II™ automated cell counter.
Stain your cells with Erythrosin B.
Count them with the LUNA-II™.
Cell count and viability analysis have never been safer.
Logos Biosystems, Inc.
Learn more about the LUNA-II™ Automated Cell Counter