Total cell density measurement by the Dencytee sensor is based on optical density, commonly known as the turbidity of a suspension at near-infrared (NIR) wavelengths. All particles and molecules that scatter the NIR light will be detected. This optical density signal can be correlated to the total cell density measured by different offline measurement techniques. In this webinar recording we introduce Hamilton's new Dencytee Arc sensor and the measurement principles guiding it's development. Get access to the recording by submitting the form.

Katharina Dahlmann, Product Manager
Hamilton Bonaduz AG
Katharina Dahlmann is Product Manager Cell Density at Hamilton Bonaduz AG. With her long-term experience in mammalian, yeast and bacteria cultivation, she assisted in the development of the next generation of total cell density sensors and is now looking forward to present it to you.