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Greiner CELLSTAR® 96 well plates

white polystyrene wells flat bottom (with micro-clear bottom)

Synonym: 96 multiwell plates, 96 well culture plates, 96 well microplates, 96 well microtiter plates, 96 well plates

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Related Categories 96 Well Plates, Cell Culture Supplies, Culture Multiwell Plates, Greiner, Greiner 96-Well Multiwell Plates,
material   polystyrene
  white polystyrene plate
  white polystyrene wells flat bottom (with micro-clear bottom)
sterility   sterile
packaging   case of 40
mfr. no.   Greiner 655088
maximum volume   392 μL
size   96 wells
working volume   340 μL
color   white
matrix active group   tissue culture treated surface treatment

Description

General description

CELLSTAR® 96W Microplate, well working volume 25-340 μL; total well volume 392 μL; growth area 0.34 cm2.

Tissue culture treated for optimal cell attachment. Non-pyrogenic by LAL method to <0.06 EU/mL.

Other Notes

96 well flat (F) μClear® bottom; cell binding microplate, chimney style, alphanumeric well coding, length: 127.76 mm; width: 85.48 mm; curvature approx. 200 μm.

Suitability

White plates minimize cross talk in luminescence procedures. Suitable for cell work. Clear bottoms allow for monitoring thru the plate bottom. Free of detectable DNase/RNase, human DNA and pyrogens.

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μClear is a registered trademark of Greiner Bio-One GmbH

CELLSTAR is a registered trademark of Greiner Bio-One GmbH

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