Critical in reducing contamination in culture, sterile laboratory media filters are used to remove particulate contamination, sterilize liquid reagents, and clarify solutions of laboratory reagents, buffers, and media. Our sterile filtration solutions feature high-performance membranes and are available in a wide variety of formats including syringe filters, vacuum-driven filter units, and bottle top filters. Stericup® filter units are available with a receiver flask for processing and storing volumes from 150 mL up to 1,000 mL.
Prepare cell culture media and filter-sterilize aqueous solutions from a few mL to 20 L using industry-leading Millipore® sterile filtration devices. Choose fit-for-application membranes and pore sizes in Steriflip®, Sterivex®, Stericap®, and Steripak® devices.
Essential Stericup® and sustainable Stericup® E filters are integral devices for filtering media to protect cell cultures. Choose from membranes and pore sizes for fast flow, low protein binding, mycoplasma exclusion, and plastic waste reduction.
MultiScreen® filtration plates in 96-well and 384-well formats with a variety of membrane options are for high throughput screening, ELISpot assays, ligand binding assays, cell-based assays, ADME testing, PCR cleanup, and sample prep.
Millex® syringe filters are available in sterile and nonsterile formats, offered in many membrane and housing options to enable compatibility with multiple solvents and sample types for applications including HPLC, UHPLC, and dissolution testing.
An extensive collection of cell culture supplies including serological pipets, cell spreaders and lifters, flasks for adherent and suspension cultures, shaker flasks, bioreactor flasks, spinner flasks, culture plates, cell culture inserts, petri dishes, and culture dishes.
Millicell® cell culture inserts and plates, chamber slides, and multilayer cell culture flasks are engineered for efficient cell culture, in vivo-like cell growth, and biologically relevant results. Choose hanging or standing inserts for your culture application.
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