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Nunc® OmniTray

OmniTray with lid, non-treated, polystyrene, sterile, 60/cs

Synonym: cell culture dish, petri dish

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material   polystyrene
sterility   sterile
feature   lid
packaging   pack of 10
  case of 60
mfr. no.   Nunc 242811
L × W   128 mm × 86 mm
capacity   90 mL
working volume   35 mL
matrix active group   non-treated surface treatment
suitability   suitable for (standard petri dish techniques and bacterial growth, screening libraries and DNA hybridization methods)

Description

General description

Nunc® OmniTray

• Ideal for screening libraries
• Useful for DNA hybridization methods
• Also suitable for standard petri dish techniques and bacterial growth
• Same external foot print dimensions as a 96 MicroWell plate
• Stackable and compatible with automatomated equipment
• Optical clarity makes colonies easy to see
• Walls are high and sturdy
• Can be frozen at -20°C

The Nunc OmniTray acts as:
• Holder for membrane when dot blotting
• Container for denaturation, hybridization and washing steps

Application

Nunc® OmniTray has been used in library screening for the arraying of BAC (bacterial artificial chromosome) clones to nylon membrane.

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