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Greiner 384 well plates, polystyrene

working volume 110 μL, clear polystyrene wells flat bottom

Synonym: 384 multiwell plates, 384 well microplates, 384 well microtiter plates, 384 well plates

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Related Categories 384 Well Plates, Cell Culture, Drug Discovery, Greiner, Greiner 384 Well Polystyrene Plates,
material   clear polystyrene plate
  clear polystyrene wells flat bottom
sterility   non-sterile
feature   lid: No
packaging   case of 100
mfr. no.   Greiner 781101
maximum volume   130 μL
size   384 wells
working volume   110 μL
color   clear
matrix active group   non-treated surface treatment

Description

General description

384 well flat bottom, non-treated microtiter plate with an optimal working volume of 15-110 μL; maximum well capacity of 131 μL.

Greiner multiwell plates are available in the standard multiwell plate footprint and offer excellent optical properties. These plates are DNAse /RNAse free and non-pyrogenic as deteremined by LAL method (< 0.06 EU/mL). Appropriate for general purposes, such as optical measurements, photography, and microscopy, due to the high transparency of polystyrene plates.

Other Notes

384 flat well microtiter plate, without lid, rounded square well design, alphanumeric well coding; length: 127.76 +/- 0.15 mm width: 85.48 +/- 0.15 mm curvature: approx.150 μm.

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General purpose, optical equipment, photography, microscopy, storage, high transparency plate

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