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Corning® 384 well microplate, low volume

surface treatment Non-binding Surface, black polystyrene, flat bottom, non-sterile, lid: no, pack of 10

Synonym: 384 multiwell plates, 384 well low volume plates, 384 well microplates, 384 well microtiter plates, 384 well plates

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Related Categories 384 Well Plates, Corning, Corning 384-Well Assay Plates, Corning 384-Well Microplates, Corning 384-Well Multiwell Plates,
material   black polystyrene
  clear wells round
  flat bottom
sterility   non-sterile
feature   lid: no
packaging   pack of 10
  case of 50
mfr. no.   Corning, 3544
well working volume   5-40 μL
color   black
matrix active group   Non-binding Surface surface treatment

Description

General description

• Round well design with a clear flat bottom
• 2.8 mm distance between well bottoms to plate bottom
• 50μL total well volume, with recommended working volume of 5-40μL
• High base plate design is compatible with automation and for bar coding
• Validated by Molecular Devices for the FLIPR reader. Outer wells aligned for proper viewing with FLIPR
• Ideal for miniaturized 384 well fluorescent homogeneous assays
• Nonbinding surface (NBS) is a Corning proprietary treatment technology used on polystyrene microplates to create a nonionic hydrophilic surface (polyethylene oxide-like) that minimizes molecular interactions

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NBS is a trademark of Corning, Inc.

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