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Nunc® MaxiSorp 384 well plates

384 well plate, black, polystyrene, 120ul/well, pinchbar design, 30/cs

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material   black polystyrene
  flat bottom black polystyrene wells
sterility   non-sterile
feature   lid: no
packaging   case of 30 ea (internal packs of 10)
mfr. no.   Nunc, 460518
maximum volume   120 μL
plate L × W   128 mm × 86 mm
size   384 wells
well maximum volume   120 μm
working volume   100 μL
color   black
suitability   suitable for (colorimetric assays, sample storage; luminescence and fluorescence assays, ELISA)
binding type   high binding surface

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General description

MaxiSorp plates for ELISA

• Same footprint as a 96 well plate
• Working volume range of 10-100 μL
• Compatible with robotic, automated readers and liquid handling systems
• Assay miniaturization increases productivity and reduces cost
• C-well for optical clarity and sample recovery
• Reduced risk of well-to-well contamination
• Optimizes robotic access to wells
• White and black plates minimize crosstalk
• Rounded square wells eliminate wicking (capillary action)
• Flat bottom for optical reading
• Optimized for scintillation counting
• Black 384 well plate reduces background fluorescence and minimizes backlight scatter
• White 384 well plate maximizes reflection of signal while maintaining low background
• Clear 384 well plate for optical clarity for readthrough applications

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MaxiSorp is a trademark of Thermo Fisher Scientific or its subsidiaries

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