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Vision Plate™ 24 for cell based screening

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Vision Plates™ have been designed for high content screening (HCS) assays in drug development and related areas. They are also suitable for homogeneous assays, employing fluorescence intensity, FRET and TR-FRET where measurements are bottom-read. The high quality optical base plate assures the necessary accuracy and consistency for automated high throughput systems, generating optimum signal-to-noise ratios. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing technology, 4titude® have developed a product which offers several key advantages to the end user.

Vision Plates™ are assembled using unique patented laser welding technology which reduces autofluorescence and does not inhibit cell growth. Available with 150µm polystyrene base or 700µm which is suitable for use with IN Cell 3000 analysers. 4titude®’s black heat seal is the perfect peelable seal, ideal for fluorescent and other light sensitive assays.
Product Vision Plate™ 24 for cell based screening
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The North Barn, Surrey Hills Business Park, Damphurst Lane, Wotton, Surrey RH5 6QT, UK

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