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Asymmetrex® Survey for Rapid
Accurate Tissue Stem Cell Counting
How do you define your role in biomedical research? Please, check all that apply.
Pharma company research lead
Biotech company research lead
Core facility director
Academic research lab head
Medical research lab head
Academic research technician
Industry research scientist
Not involved in biomedical research.
Not involved in scientific research.
Other (please specify)
If your research involves tissue stem cells (
, HSCs, MSCs, liver stem cells), are you counting them accurately in your research samples now?
Yes, I am counting them accurately.
I'm counting them, but not accurately.
I'm counting them, but I'm not sure if accurately.
I'm not counting them at all.
My research does not involve tissue stem cells.
I am not involved in research.
If you are currently counting tissue stem cells in your research, what method(s) are you using? Please, check all that apply.
I do not count the tissue stem cells in my research.
SCID mouse repopulating cell assay
Colony forming unit assay
Electronic cell counter
Other (please specify)
If you answered "Flow cytometry", what biomarkers are you using?
If your research involves tissue stem cells, but you are not currently counting them in your analysis samples, please, indicate why. Please, check all that apply.
I am counting the tissue stem cells in my analysis samples.
I didn't know it was possible to count tissue stem cells accurately.
I don't think counting tissue stem cells accurately is important for tissue stem cell research.
Counting tissue stem cells accurately is too difficult and not worth the effort.
Counting tissue stem cells accurately is too expensive.
There is no automated electronic cell counter sold for counting tissue stem cells.
Other reason(s) (please specify)
Have you considered using Asymmetrex®'s online calculators for rapid, accurate counting of tissue stem cells in your research?
If you are not currently using Asymmetrex®'s online calculators for rapidly counting the tissue stem cells in your research, please, indicate why. Please, check all that apply.
I am currently using Asymmetrex'®s online calculators for rapid, accurate stem cell counting.
I didn't know about their availability until now.
There is not a calculator available yet for the tissue stem cells in my research.
Too much cell culture prep work is required to use them.
I don't understand how they work.
I don't think they can work as well as reported.
I don't know anyone else who is using them, but I would if others started first.
I don't think counting stem cell accurately is useful for my research.
Other (please specify). If a calculator is not yet available for the stem cells in your research, indicate what type of stem cells you study.
If an automated electronic tissue stem cell counter were available that rapidly gave you an accurate count of the stem cells in tissue cell samples, would you be interested to evaluate it for your research?