Automated Cell Counters to Witness Robust Demand with High Prevalence of Aids and Cancers
Microbioz India|November 2019
Automated cell counters are electronic devices that can automatically count the cells of humans, animals, plants, bacteria, viruses, as well as the cells of other origins.

The cell counting procedure starts with the loading of a sample into an automated cell counter, which is then passed through a narrow tube. Based on software guided analysis, the automated cell counter uses either optical or electrical sensors to count the number of cells that successfully pass through the tube. Depending upon the device models, the time taken from sample loading to result output can vary from 30 seconds to 5 minutes.

For medical and research purposes, automated cell counters can be used for blood or urine analysis, as well as to determine the cell count to check the viability of the cultured cell lines meant for research activities. Some automated cell counters are used for blood analysis and others for urinalysis. The features that are unique to different automated cell counters include sample size, cell type, and capacity to differentiate between live and dead cells.

The market for automated cell counters comprises of different types of systems and reagents. In the automated cell counter market, the systems are available in the form table-top devices and devices that vary based on their image analysis technology. According to study, among all the systems, coulter systems were the leading systems in the global automated cell counters market in terms of revenue with a global market share of 33% in 2018.

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