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Corning® 96 Well Sulfhydryl-BIND 96 Microplate

flat bottom clear, polystyrene plate, individually wrapped, non-sterile, lid: no

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

  •  NACRES NB.15



Related Categories 96 Well Plates, Corning, Corning 96-Well Assay Plates, Corning 96-Well Microplates, Corning 96-Well Multiwell Plates,
material   flat bottom clear
  polystyrene plate
  round wells
sterility   non-sterile
feature   individually wrapped
  lid: no
  lid: no
  plate format: 96 well standard
packaging   pack of 1
  case of 50
mfr. no.   Corning, 2509
size   96 wells
well volume   300 μL
well working volume   75-200 μL
color   clear
matrix active group   Sulfhydryl-BIND surface surface treatment
suitability   suitable for ELISA applications
binding type   Sulfhydryl-BIND surface


General description

• Sulfhydryl (Sulfhydryl-BIND) binding surface has covalently-linked maleimide groups that covalently couple to sulfhydryl groups via SH moieties
• Suitable for assays requiring site-directed orientation of a biomolecule, especially antibodies
• Without lids, lids supplied separately
• Recommended working volume of 75 to 200 μL

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Sulfhydril-BIND is a trademark of Corning, Inc.

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