Assay Plates – Facts
- ANSI/SLAS 1-2004 Standard
- 96 | 384 | 1536 well capacity versions
- Low auto-fluorescence
- Square wells
- Multipole applications
SWISSCI Glass Bottom (GB) plates are a new benchmark in microplate technology.
The unique SWISSCI glass plate processing technique reduces auto-fluorescence to less than 5 percent of the level for unprocessed plates and generates a higher signal-to-noise ratio.
Plates are available in 96, 384, and 1536 well formats. A sterile version is available on request.
Overall microplate flatness (planarity) guarantees a lower error ratio across the focal plane.
Increased Working Volume
Square well is ideal for high-throughput operations and delivers maximum volume.
Low Base Design
The low base design ensures the readability of all wells, including outer wells.
Wide partition walls between the wells give plenty of area for good sealing with tape.
No central bending occurs in this very robust structure.
Excellent long term storage - no sample evaporation.
Including: Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS); Confocal imaging; Fluorescence Polarisation (FP); Cell-based assays; Cell culture.
Special, high-quality glass provides a lower fluorescent background and higher signal-to-noise ratio essential in all fluorescence applications.
Item: 96/384/1536 Well Glass Bottom Plates
Codes: PS96B-G175; PS384B-G175; PS1536B-G175
Details: Pack of 100