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CLS431079

Corning® cell culture flasks

surface area 175 cm2, angled neck, cap (plug seal)

Synonym: culture flask, flask cell culture, tissue culture flask

  •  eCl@ss 32040501

  •  NACRES NB.13

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Related Categories Cell Culture Supplies, Corning, Corning Cell Culture Flasks, Corning Flasks, Corning Plastic Cell Culture Flasks,
material   U-bottom flask
  angled neck
  cap (plug seal)
  plug-seal screw-cap
  polystyrene
  rectangular flask
sterility   sterile
feature   cap
  graduations
packaging   case of 50
mfr. no.   Corning, 431079
maximum volume   250 mL
surface area   175 cm2
working volume   35-52.5 mL
matrix active group   TC-Treated surface treatment
binding type   Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

Description

General description

Available in a variety of sizes, designs and cap styles to meet your needs.
• Manufactured from optically clear virgin polystyrene
• Treated for optimal cell attachment
• Printed with lot numbers for ease in traceability
• 100% integrity tested
• Sterilized by gamma irradiation and certified nonpyrogenic

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Protocols & Articles

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Corning® U-shaped 150 and 175 cm2 Flasks Demonstrate Same Cell Growth as Traditional Rectangular Design

Corning’s U-shaped 150 and 175 cm2 flasks incorporate improved design features that benefit the researcher without disrupting culture conditions. Rounded shoulders provide better access for rinsing t...
Keywords: Cell culture

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