Cell-Chex Auto is an automated body fluid cell count control for Abbott, Beckman Coulter, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics and Sysmex hematology analyzers. The tri-level control verifies instrument accuracy at the lower WBC and RBC linearity limits that standard CBC controls and calibrator material fail to assess.
Cell-Chex Auto is a tri-level body fluid control for evaluating the accuracy of and precision of hematology analyzers that measure automated blood cell counts in patient body fluid samples. Cell-Chex Auto tests the instrument’s reportable range at the lower linearity limits that standard CBC controls and calibrator material fail to assess. Assay includes a two-part WBC differential for the Sysmex XE-5000 and XT-4000i analyzers. Cell-Chex Auto is available in plastic vials with pierceable caps which allow for autosampling by a hematology analyzer.
- Offers 2-part WBC differential for the Sysmex XE-5000 and XT-4000i analyzers
- Three levels of control
- 30-day open-vial stability
- 75-day closed-vial stability
|2 x 3.0 mL (Level 2, 3)||200065|
|3 x 3.0 mL (Level 1, 2, 3)||200066|
|3 x 3.0 mL (Level 1)||200067|
|3 x 3.0 mL (Level 2)||200068|
|3 x 3.0 mL (Level 3)||200069|
|6 x 3.0 mL (Level 1, 2)||213479|
Order Cell-Chex Auto today
International customers find a distributor
Body Fluid & Urinalysis Products
Clinical laboratory technologists know they can rely on a control manufactured by Streck. This reputation for excellence is the driving force behind Streck’s body fluid control products, including manual and automated body fluid controls, sperm count controls and patient-like urinalysis controls.
UA-Cellular for IQ
UA-Cellular for IQ is an assayed cellular urine control designed to evaluate the accuracy and precision of Iris iQ urinalysis inst…
Sperm-Chex is the only FDA-cleared manual sperm count control that contains real stabilized sperm cells, not latex beads. The manu…
Sperm-Chex Post VC
Sperm-Chex Post VC is the only FDA-cleared post-vasectomy sperm count control that contains real stabilized sperm cells, not latex…