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.
We hope that you enjoy using the app.
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Near future feature (v2.1.0):
- Calculate % of diff data
- Record and Retrieve history data of cell count & cell diff with custom name of record
-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.
Permite seleccionar la cantidad a contar para calcular los porcentajes.
No nos responsabilizamos de problemas derivados del recuento empleando esta aplicación.
This app helps you manage your WBC differential count. Leukocytes can be easily differentiated and counted. The results are presented absolutely and in percentage of totall cells.
The data can be stored in the integrated Database and recalled at any time. Records can be exported in XML format. Indispensable in university, research and laboratories. This App is optimized for Tablet use.
This app is provided to you by Labor Dr. Quade and colleagues, your partner in next generation laboratory medicine.
• Full offline access to more than 50 summaries of BSH guidelines – no internet access required once downloaded
• Links to the full version of the guidelines online
• Other features including search, bookmarks, highlighting and notes
BSH are the main haematology society in the United Kingdom with about 1500 members. The objectives of the Society are to advance the practice and study of haematology and to facilitate contact between persons interested in haematology.
O aplicativo tem uma interface compreensível, fácil de navegar.
Todos os exames estão divididos em categorias: Bioquímica, Hematologia, Microbiologia, Parasitologia e Imunologia; e ainda o usuário tem disponível a possibilidade de utilizar a busca para encontra um determinado exame.
Além de poder consultar os valores normais dos exames, o aplicativo possui comentários indicando seu uso, e o significado de valores diminuídos ou aumentados.
Para abrir o aplicativo pela primeira vez é necessário estar conectado(a) a uma rede de dados ou wifi.
* Referência à mão com atualizações semanais;
* Mais de 300 tipos de exames para consulta;
* Categorias: Bioquímica, Hematologia, Microbiologia, Parasitologia e Imunologia;
* Descrições da metodologias utilizadas;
Atualizações gratuitas quando novos exames são disponibilizados;
Aviso: Este aplicativo é apenas uma referência, as informações contidas não devem ser utilizadas como diagnóstico ou tratamento médico. Todas as informações são atuais, mas tendo em vista a possibilidade de erro humano ou mudanças nas diretrizes médicas, deve-se sempre confirmar as informações contidas.
Não somos responsáveis pelas formas de uso do aplicativo pelo usuário. Orientamos sempre buscar um diagnóstico e tratamento profissional em qualquer condição médica.
So many info that you will know :-
- How to interpret and understand your blood test results...
- Normal range of uric acid...
- Normal white Blood cell count...
- And many queries about Blood Test Result that you want to know...
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.
Unique tools designed specifically for people with lymphoma help you to:
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A frequency range test presents 25 tones, and asks whether you can hear them. From this, it tells you your highest and lowest audible frequencies, your "hearing age", and a fun animal that represents your hearing abilities.
A frequency differentiation test presents 25 tone pairs, and asks if you can hear a difference. The results tell you what frequencies you can differentiate over the hearing spectrum and suggests an instrument based on your answers.
Please take care with this application by reading instructions as they are presented. When the test is done, read about the results, and try each ear individually!
Learn about stem cell research, stem cell therapy, stem cell clinical trials, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Get the latest news today!
• Read posts and news
• Watch videos and presentations
• Share your favourite posts with your friends
This application was developed by Dr. Jacob Blumenthal, an experienced stem cell and tissue engineering researcher, scientific Blogger, and social media content expert.
* Please drop me an email if you see bugs or if you have ideas for specific extensions. *
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.
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