Why are new standards in cell counting needed for accurate results?
25 Oct 2021

Cell counting is a fundamental procedure in both research and biomanufacturing, including cell therapy. Though it should be a straightforward and reliable process, it can be known as an error-prone, time-consuming and highly subjective technique.

In this webinar, join Karine Labour, EU Managing Director at Logos Biosystems, to learn about the benefits of its latest automated cell counter. The LUNA-FX7TM is equipped with state-of-the-art optics, precision autofocus, sophisticated software with innovative algorithms and flexible throughput, all designed to bring you the cell concentration and viability data you need, combined with high accuracy, precision, speed, and compliance.

Karine Labour will explain how this instrument enables users to standardize cell counting in the lab, with different options available for counting methods, dyes, and the key parameters to consider. This webinar will also include top tips relating to your working environment, and available options for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance as well as routine quality control.

Key learning objectives:

  • Learn why accurate and precise cell counting is critical
  • Understand which parameters are key for achieving reliable cell counting in different working environments, including GMP
  • Gain an understanding of the benefits and tools of routine quality control in cell counting, even for academic research
  • Discover how the LUNA-FX7TM brings new quality standards for cell counting

Who should attend?

  • Scientists from pharma, biotech and academia
  • Scientists working in cell therapy or planning to implement cell therapy projects
  • Scientists interested in single-cell experiments, antibody or enzyme production, clinical research, or drug discovery

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