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Frequently Asked Questions | Sigma- Aldrich. For many cell culture applications including sub- culturing it is necessary to quantify the number of cells prior to use: Detach adherent cell cultures into suspension using Trypsin / EDTA (as per protocol above). Resuspend in a volume of fresh medium at least equivalent to the volume of Trypsin. Under sterile conditions remove 1. Add an equal volume of Trypan Blue (product T8. And mix by gentle pipetting.
Clean the Haemocytometer. Moisten the coverslip with water (or exhaled breath).
Slide the coverslip over the chamber back and forth using pressure until rainbow like rings appear (Newton’s refraction rings). Fill both sides of the chamber (5- 1. Count the number of viable cells (appearing bright) and non- viable cells (stained blue). Ideally greater than 1.
Calculate the concentration of viable and non- viable cells. Where: A = The mean number of viable cells counted, i. Total viable cells counted divided by Number of squares. B = The mean number of non- viable cells counted, i.
Total non- viable cells counted divided by the number of squares. C = The dilution factor. D = The correction factor provided by the haemocytometer manufacturer.
Concentration of viable cells (cells/ml) = Ax. Cx. DConcentration of non- viable cells (cells/ml) = Bx. Cx. DTotal number of viable cells = concentration of viable cells x volume.
Total number of cells = number of viable + number of dead cells. Percentage viability = (No of viable cells x 1.
Total number of cells. For more ECACC handbook protocols click here.