We supply cell culture plate with treated culture surface and plates with surface for suspension culture.
Available with 6. 12. 24, 48, and 96 wells with flat bottom.
Raised well rims reduce the risk of cross contamination.
Designed with one-way cover orientation to reduce mistakes.
Raised upper edge on the cover well matches the bottom to keep stacked plates stable for space saving.
Sterilized by irradiation.
|Article Number (Product Number)||Product Name||Specifications||Culture Area (cm2)||Recommended Capacity (ml)||PCS./Bag||PCS./Box|
|N111051011S||Disposable Petri Dish||6||9.6||1.9~2.9||1||75|
|N111051037S||Disposable Petri Dish||12||3.8||0.76~1.14||1||75|
|N111051038S||Disposable Petri Dish||24||1.9||0.38~0.57||1||75|
|N111051039S||Disposable Petri Dish||48||0.38||0.19~0.29||1||75|
|N111051012S||Disposable Petri Dish||96||0.33||0.075~0.2||1||50|
To make polystyrene plastic appropriate for cell adhesion, it must first be surface treated. Due to the surface chemistry of polystyrene, untreated polystyrene surfaces are not appropriate for cell adhesion. A polystyrene microplate is subjected to a plasma gas during the tissue culture treatment procedure in order to change the hydrophobic plastic surface and make it more hydrophilic.