Haemocytometer Calculation

Haemocytometer, invented by Louis Charles Malassez is used for counting cells. The device which was originally developed to measure the cell count in blood, is now used to find other types of cells and microscopic particles too. In this haemocytometer calculator, you can find the cell density, viability and live cell number with the given values.

Cell Count Calculator

Big Squares in Corner    Small Squares in Center
mL
cells/mL
cells
%

Haemocytometer, invented by Louis Charles Malassez is used for counting cells. The device which was originally developed to measure the cell count in blood, is now used to find other types of cells and microscopic particles too. In this haemocytometer calculator, you can find the cell density, viability and live cell number with the given values.

Code to add this calci to your website Expand embed code Minimize embed code

Formula:

Volume of Small Square VS = W * H * D = 0.0001mL (i.e) Default value Measured Cell Density MCD = (ALC * DF) / VS Live Cell Number LC = MCD * Volume Cell Viability V = No. of Living Cells Counted / Total Cells Counted (Living and Dead Cell) x 100 Where, VS = Volume of Small Square W = Width D = Depth H = Height LC = Live Cell MCD = Measured Cell Density AVC = Average Live Cell DF = Dilution Factor

The haemocytometer calculator helps to find the concentration of cells in the given volume of sample. This device is commonly used to count blood cells, sperm count, beer brewing, cell culture and measurement of cell size.

Note :This statistics calculator is presented for your own personal use and is to be used as a guide only. Medical and other decisions should NOT be based on the results of this calculator. Although this calculator has been tested, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of its calculations or results.

english Calculators and Converters

Ask a Question


Sitemap