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Greiner Sensoplate glass bottom multiwell plates

384 well, sterile

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Related Categories 1536 Well Plates, Greiner, Greiner 1536-Well Multiwell Plates, Greiner Multiwell Plates, Greiner Sensoplate Glass -Bottom Multiwell Plates,
material   black polystyrene plate
  clear borosilicate glass wells flat (175um thick)
description   glass bottom microplates
sterility   sterile
feature   lid
mfr. no.   Greiner, 781892
L × W   127.76 mm × 85.48 mm
color   black plate
  clear wells

Description

General description

Greiner Bio-One and Aventis Pharma have collaborated to develop a range of unique glass bottom microplates (24, 96, 384, 1536 well). Each microplate incorporates high quality optical glass, with a thickness of 175 μm, bonded to the parent plate. All plates comply to the standardized microplate footprint and offer high quality performance in applications where low autofluorescence and optical clarity are required. Available in opaque black, the plates are ideally suited for high-resolution imaging, sensitive fluorescence and confocal microscopy applications, like single molecule detection (SMD) or fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS).

Features
• Dimensions: Length: 127.76mm; Width: 85.48mm
• Borosilicate glass (175um thick)
• High Optical Clarity
• Low autofluorescence
• Bottom flatness better than 100um
• Class VI biocompatible adhesive

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SensoPlate is a trademark of Greiner Bio-One GmbH

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