CellAtlas is a product from the medical technology company CellaVision.
The application counts the following types of cells: atypical lymphocytes, metamyelocytes, myelocytes, nucleated red blood cells, basophiles, eosinophiles, monocytes, lymphocytes, band leukocytes, segmented leukocytes and myeloblasts. A special button (*) is available for counting cells of user selected type.
The application also supports:
- undo functionality,
- copy and paste measurements to other applications.
The application is free and is supported through advertisements.
All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions.
Hematology, the branch of medicine dealing with the different blood cells, their formation, functions and associated diseases, as also the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases, arouses interest when teaching is assisted by graphical representations of the structure of the cells, their functions and pathophysiological processes that lead to disease development.
We hope that you enjoy using the app.
To provide feedback or for support, please visit the Blood journal website.
Williams Manual of Hematology, is a concise and easy-to-navigate compilation of the pathogenic, diagnostic, and therapeutic essentials of blood cell and coagulation protein disorders. Referenced to the classic Williams Hematology, this reference has been carefully edited to deliver only the most clinical point-of-care facts.
// Key Features:
• NEW full-color design includes images of blood and clinical specimans conveniently appearing near the descriptive text
• EXANDED COVERAGE of all the lymphomas, genetics and genomics
• NEW coverage of frontline therapies
• EXPANDED coverage of targeted and monocional therapies for hematological disease
• Carefully edited to present only the most clinical, point-of-care facts
• Includes 9 interactive flowcharts which act as step-by-step decision support tool
• Covering both common and uncommon blood disorders, this complete guide includes sections on:
• Disorders of red cells
• Disorders of granulocytes
• Disorders of monocytes and macrophages
• The clonal myeloid disorders
• The polyclonal lymphoid diseases
• The clonal lymphoid and plasma cell diseases
• Disorders of platelets and hemostasis
• Disorders of coagulation proteins
• Transfusion and hemapheresis
• Covers both common and uncommon blood disorders
// Unique Features
• Full color images: This product includes images that help bring the content to life.
• Update Policy: Edition-based. New editions are released when the content changes significantly; there is no standard schedule for new editions.
// Designed for Omnio
This app will install your new resource into the Omnio environment, which requires a separate download. Learn more by searching for “Omnio” in Google Play.
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This completely free app offers a set of various dedicated tools grouped in four sections helping scientists and students:
--Solutions (Solutions & Buffers)--
This section covers general applications in chemistry and biochemistry laboratories like making of solutions with defined molarity and diluting a stock solution to a working solution. It also facilitates the selection of buffer substances for given a pH.
--Proteins (Proteins, Peptides & Amino Acids)--
This set of tools covers the work with amino acids, peptides and Proteins. It allows looking up structures and properties of all amino acids as well as user defined peptides. It also calculates the different fragment masses of specific peptides subjected to mass spectrometry. As chemicals like small molecules or peptides can be modified or may undergo fragment loss in mass spectrometry, one of the available tools tries to identify these mass shifts. A last tool facilitates the accession of protein information from Uniprot (internet connection needed).
The peptide synthesis section provides various information on solid phase peptide synthesis (SPPS). Coupling methods and resin loading protocols as well as their concomitant colorimetric tests are explained. Additionally, resin cleavage and deprotection strategies are given. A detailed list of coupling reagent properties completes the section.
--Chemicals (Chemicals & Elements)--
This extract of utilities covers the work with chemicals, metabolites and elements. It allows the calculation of molecular weight using chemical formulas or built-in substances. Chemical formulas from masses measured in mass spectrometry can be found which are linked to representative metabolites (small molecules). One tool allows the lookup of detergent properties sorted and filtered by different characteristics. A last tool lists all elements of the periodic table of elements with detailed and relevant information about them.
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You need an internet connection to work with smart Histology from anywhere and with any mobile or stationary computer device.
The app contains 4 languages: English, Spanish, German, French.
You just select the location of chamber where you counted the cell and fill the number of cell and then click the calculate button. The application will automatic calculate the density of cell in mL and uL for you.
The optional, You can calculate the total cell in stock with tool bellow of this mode after you got a number of density of cell.
You can select the location of chamber where you want to count a cell, then you will get a button for click a while you counting and calculate its after counting finish.
The architecture of the application keeps the data and image content separate from application itself. Images are stored on a secured website allowing a faster down load speed and additions/changes to images in future upgrades. The algorithm data is stored on the application itself but is refreshed if there is internet connection. This will allow you to browse algorithm data even in the absence of an internet connection; however images are only available with an internet connection.
This section has the entire subject content of dermatopathology in an algorithmic fashion. Nearly every entity has been included, both common and rare. The algorithm progresses by asking a series of questions about the histologic findings from one page to another with each click, but there is a button at the bottom of the page (Bread crumbs) to show all the steps on one page. Once you reach a diagnosis, the histological features of the entity and a histological image are shown. The images can be enlarged to full screen and with a drag of the fingers can be enlarged further. The Show annotations button will highlight the salient key features for each entity. For clinico-pathological correlation, clinical features of each entity are provided along with a clinical image. Differential diagnoses are included and one can jump directly to the differential diagnosis by a single click. Management provides Work-up Considerations and treatment for each entity. Trivia includes any mutations, drug interactions, etc. that may be associated with the entity and are commonly asked on exams. You can connect to the cloud and view a virtual slide by clicking the digital slide button. You can type in your own notes using the key-MyNotes. The camera key lets you take and store images for each entity. The Reference key will take you directly to PubMed with all the references on that topic.
Search by Diagnosis:
Like using the index in a book, one can directly search for an entity rather than following the algorithm.
This page contains a list of the common special stains typically used in dermatopathology. Once you know what you are looking for, the app can help in deciding what stains to use and also show an image as to how the stain will look.
This section includes an extensive list of immunohistochemical markers used in dermatopathology. Each immunostain has a brief description of where it is most useful, along with an illustration of the stain. This section also has an algorithm that suggests immunomarkers through a multitude of real-life diagnostic dilemmas. There are algorithms that address commonly asked questions such as which immunostains to use in spindle cell neoplasms, epithelioid neoplasms or round cell neoplasms.
This provides a list of the various diagnoses in which immunofluorescence has value. Each entity is discussed in detail, including histological and immunofluorescence findings and supplemented with an immunofluorescence image. In addition, there is an algorithm of the different patterns of immunofluorescence, allowing you to arrive at a diagnosis based on the answer to patterns visualized.
Normal Skin Histology:
This shows the normal skin histology via an animated movie presentation. It also includes normal hair anatomy and the ultra-structural configuration of the basement membrane and desmosomes. There is a background voice-over (Dr.Elston), through the entire animation.
For web support, please go to mydermpath.com and for any issues and feedback, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This handy application is designed with precision and understanding to give you a boost of brain power and at the same time refreshment for professionals, students and whoever is interested in increasing knowledge or refreshing what you know in this field.
This play ready app can be thoroughly enjoyed whether you are on a plane, at your comfort zone, waiting for a friend, at the taxi, bus or train station, at the back seat of a car or even at work. Take part in the fun, challenge your friends and climb the leaderboards while earning trophies and test your skills.
- Time based
- No hassle, no fancy distractions – made easy to read and answer questions swiftly
- Challenge your Friends and all around the globe.
- Leaderboards and trophies.
- Includes 20 levels.
-Affluent design just to please your experience and pleasure
Blood test result Values gives both non-medical readers and health professionals a fast-navigable and clearly structured overview of the main routine laboratory parameters and possible causes of their increase and decrease.
Each result contains important clinical information, critical lab values, differential diagnoses and etc. The Normal Lab Values are clearly arranged, alphabetically ordered and quickly located.
Whether you are a patient looking for answers that might reassure you about your health, or a medical practitioner seeking quick confirmation regarding a particular test, this app puts the information into the palm of your hand.
This app shows the content onto your mobile device or tablet, meaning you won’t be dependent on an Internet connection to navigate to the information you need, when you need it.
Includes labs from biochemistry, haematology (hematology), immunology, toxicology, microbiology, virology and genetics departments plus common screens from neurology, respiratory, rheumatology, endocrinology, cardiology, gastroenterology and oncology.
-Functions as digital cell counter. Press buttons on the screen while counting cells in the four large corner squares of the hemocytometer.
-Calculates number of cells per mL and total number of cells in solution.
-Lastly, determines the volume of solution required for specific cell density.
This app includes:
1. Multiple images of individual colony sub-types, such as BFU-E, CFU-E, CFU-GM/G/M, CFU-GEMM and Pre-B from human, mouse and rat samples
2. Various cell sources (cord blood, bone marrow, peripheral blood and spleen) to choose from
3. Detailed instruction on how to accurately identify each specific colony sub-type
4. Suggested MethoCult™ media formulations recommended for each specific colony sub-type
5. A comprehensive technical resource library including free wallcharts, webinars, videos, technical tips etc