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M4561 Sigma

Greiner high and medium binding 96 well plates

clear flat bottom

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



Related Categories 96 Well Plates, Greiner, Greiner 96-Well Multiwell Plates, Greiner High & Medium Binding 96-Well Plates, Greiner Multiwell Plates,
material   polystyrene
  clear flat bottom
sterility   non-sterile
feature   lid: no
packaging   case of 40
mfr. no.   Greiner 655061
size   96 wells
well volume   382 μL
well working volume   25-340 μL
color   clear plate
matrix active group   high binding surface treatment


General description

MICROLON® 200 96W Microplate, well working volume 25-340 μL; total well volume 382 μL.

Polystyrene Multiwell plates from Greiner for immunoassay and high throughput screening applications. High binding plates are recommended for ELISAs. High binding denotes a binding capacity of 600 ng/cm2 and scatter of less than 10%. Optimal protein binding is variable and comparative tests between high and medium binding plates is suggested.

Other Notes

96 well flat (F) bottom high binding microplate, without lid, ; alphanumeric well coding, length: 127.76 mm; width: 85.48 mm; curvature approx. 200 um.


UsefμL in immunological assays. MICROLON 600 is a hydrophilic high binding surface that will bind up to 600 ng/cm2 of polar proteins and peptides. Free of detectable DNase/RNase, human DNA and pyrogens.

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MICROLON is a registered trademark of Greiner Bio-One GmbH

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