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Millicell-24 Cell Culture Insert Plate

White, Sterile, 3.0 µm pore size, Polycarbonate (PC), 1 plate

  •  eCl@ss 32039006

  •  NACRES NB.22



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Quality Level   400
material   flat wells
  polycarbonate membrane
sterility   sterile
feature   lid
mfr. no.   Millicell®
parameter   50 °C max. temp.
application(s)   cell analysis: suitable (cell attachment)
  cell analysis: suitable (cell culture)
  cell analysis: suitable (cell differentiation)
  drug transporter assay: suitable
  permeability assay: suitable
H   26.2 mm
L   128 mm
W   84.8 mm
filter diam.   9.5 mm
filtration area   0.7 cm2
plate size   24 wells
working volume   400 μL
matrix   Isopore
pore size   3.0 μm pore size
binding type   Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface
shipped in   ambient


General description

Filter Code: PCF

Millicell cell culture insert plates are a patented device designed to support cell growth and differentiation of endothelial and epithelial cell lines, including CaCo-2.

The Millicell device is available with a 0.4 µm PCF and a variety of PET membrane pore sizes. The plate is designed for maximum user convenience and incorporates features such as apical assist for easier pipetting and basolateral access. To reduce the risk of monolayer contamination, the membrane plates have feet to elevate the plate above the work surface when disassembled from the feeder tray. Tear drop-shaped receiver wells eliminate air bubbles as plates are assembled.

Millicell plate are optimized to grow and sustain high integrity cell monolayers. Cells grown on Millicell plate membranes grow better than on plastic because the cells are nourished from both the apical and basolateral sides. Cell growth and function more closely mimic in vivo. Millicell plates are designed for analysis as well as cell growth and can be used manually or with automated cell seeding, feeding and washing systems

With this complete system, you can grow, feed, and analyze cells in one membrane-bottom plate. The plate can be used with either a single-well or a multi-well feeding tray. At the time of transport analysis, the plate is simply transferred to a multi-well transport tray for analysis.

This streamlined design enhances functionality with:

- Seed-and-feed systems

- Automated liquid handling systems and span pipettes

- Basolateral and apical access to cells

- Transepithelial electrical resistance (TEER) measurement systems


1 ea in Individually blister packaged

Bulk packed

5 ea in Bulk packed


24-well filter plate, 24-well receiver plate, lid

Physical form

Color Code: Clear

Other Notes

Automation Compatible: No

Legal Information

ISOPORE is a trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

Millicell is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

Safety Information for this product is unavailable at this time.
Protocols & Articles


A Comprehensive Workflow Real-time Analysis of Cell Migration

Amedeo Cappione, Senior Scientist | Cindy Chen, Scientist | Charles Neville, Scientist | Timothy Nadler, R&D Manager
Keywords: Apoptosis, Cell culture, Cell movement, Centrifugation, Diffusion, Environmental, Flow cytometry, Gene expression, Growth factors, Physiological Processes, Substitutions, Titrations


Basic Indirect Co-culture on Both Sides of Millicell® Cell Culture Insert Membranes

Note: Depending on the cell lines and the nature of the co-culture, the researcher can decide which side of the membrane is seeded first. To maintain sterile incubations of cells seeded on the unders...
Keywords: Cell culture

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