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CELL COUNTING & ANALYSIS

News, Tips, Tricks und Troubleshooting for your CASY

Here we collect our news and your personal experience when working with the CASY. You are invited to also contribute to this collection with your valuable information!
If we accept your trick for publication, we would also like to quote your name. Write to us at: CASY@OLS-bio.de

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Granulomas: Determination of cell composition using CASY

A scientific paper about the colonization of lymphoid organs by prion proteins (Immunity, VOLUME 29, ISSUE 6, Read more

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CASY-Analysis of Keratinocytes: Reproducible and Easy

Critical questions during a typical product demonstration normally comprise the following points: : How easy can CASY be operated and how accurate are the data?
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Schistosoma: Egg Count & Size for Drug Research

We investigated the suitability of CASY for analysis of eggs of Schistosoma mansoni with the Institute of Pathology, Justus-Liebig University, Giessen.

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Eco-Toxicology: Daphnia tests using CASY

A new Application Note describes the use of the CASY to perform daphnia tests for the detection of pollutants in water. Read more

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A new tool for your CASY

New data acquisition and analysis capabilities: We completely re-invented CASY operation and data evaluation.

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In vitro analysis of Chemosensitivity of peritoneal cancer cells using CASY

Recently a new paper has been released, describing experiments in which experimental duplex agents are compared with standard cytostatica. Read more

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Proliferation of iPSC – keep track on cell vitality and aggregates with CASY

During the propagation of iPSC, quality control of the passaged cells is of high importance for the subsequent usage. Read more

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What you measure when you measure with CASY

Sure, you are already aware of the benefits of CASY analysis, for example - that with each cell count, you'll also automatically receive live / dead discrimination plus aggregation control . Read more

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Ecotoxicity Assays using CASY

Phytotoxic effects of chemical pollutants are often performed using cell growth assays with unicellular green algae. In this study by the Center for Environmental Research Read more

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Monitoring Algae Growth: CASY reveals Phases of Growth and Proliferation

A new Application Note from the Center for Environmental Research and Sustainable Technology UFT in Bremen, Germany, Describes how CASY during cell division Read more

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