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he•mo•cy•tom•e•ter

or he•ma•cy•tom•e•ter

(ˌhi mə saɪˈtɒm ɪ tər)

n.
an instrument for counting blood cells.
[1875–80]
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he·mo·cy·tom·e·ter

n. hemocitómetro, instrumento usado para el conteo de glóbulos rojos en un definido volumen de sangre.
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Quantification of the cell density was performed for nine days, using the direct counting technique with a hematocytometer of 0.1 mm depth in a microscope.
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Five microliters of blood was used to quantify parasite number in a hematocytometer, counted in fifty microscopic fields at a final magnification of x400.
Cell pellet was resuspended in 1000 [micro]L of PBS, and the total number of cells were counted using a hematocytometer (Neubauer Chamber, Karlsruhe, Germany) [7].
Protist morphologies were visualized under a compound microscope (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH, Germany) (400x magnification) and counted using a hematocytometer.
Following treatment, the number of cells was counted in duplicate in a hematocytometer using 0.4% Trypan Blue.