Anvajo – Acella Sample Carrier

  • THAILAND

    Oliver Hammel, Vice President

    DKSH Technology Limited (Head Office)
    2533 Sukhumvit Road, Bangchak, Phrakhanong
    10260 Bangkok
    Thailand

    +66 2 639 7000

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The first proprietary sample carrier specificial designed for the fluidlab R-300.

Acella is a proprietary sample carrier format that uses a glass substrate. Its low sample chamber heights make the acella a perfect fit for microscopic applications such as particle counting or cell classification. The acella can also be used under a fluorescence microscope or for control purposes under a normal microscope.

Key Features

  • Cell Counting and Viability Measurements
  • Defined Chamber Height
  • Little Sample Volume
  • 25 slides per box

Accuracy and Reliability

The performance of acella sample carriers with the fluidlab R-300 in HeLa cells compared with our competitor.

The performance of acella sample carriers with the fluidlab R-300 in HeLa cells compared with the Neubauer counting chamber.

How To Use the Acella Sample Carrier

Key Industries

  • Biopharmaceutical and Biotechnology

Brand

Anvajo

anvajo GmbH is a Dresden-based technology company that develops, manufactures and sells innovative solutions for the analysis of liquids. Our interdisciplinary team is working enthusiastically on the world’s most compact universal platform for fluid analysis, the “fluidlab”. It combines the instrument itself, a software suite and multifunctional sample carriers. The system of the “fluidlab” is based on progressive technologies such as holographic microscopy, machine-learning-supported image analysis, mobile embedded hardware, function-integrated optics and meso- and microfluidic sample carriers. Since August 2019, production and sales of the first series product based entirely on the “fluidlab” – a point-of-care testing solution on behalf of a leading veterinary company – have been underway.

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