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Cell Culture Dishes for all Applications

Published: Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Last Updated: Tuesday, November 22, 2011
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Designed for optimal performance and ease-of-use.

Porvair Sciences has introduced a new line of cell culture dishes that support a range of applications and growth of many important cell types including primary cells, stem cells, neuronal, mesenchymal, hepatocyte, and endothelial cells.

Available in a range of sizes and styles - Porvair cell culture dishes are designed for optimal performance and ease-of-use.

Porvair cell culture dishes include lids designed for optimal gas exchange and stacking rings that facilitate easy stacking and handling.

Combining the unrivalled optical purity of high-pressure moulded 100% USP VI Class virgin crystal polystyrene with a patented low-pressure gas plasma surface treatment - Porvair cell culture dishes enable cells to adhere more efficiently to the surface by reducing its hydrophobicity.

Highly polished moulds and rigorous quality control ensure that users get perfect results every time.

Data from a leading British University shows adherent cells grow as well or better on Porvair cell culture plastics as compared to a leading branded product.

The full report, including micrographs, can be downloaded from www.epigeneticsexpress.com/application_notes.html.

Production of Porvair cell culture dishes is carried out in a Class 100000 / ISO Class V clean room to ISO 9001:2008 and EN ISO 13485:2003 manufacturing standards to ensure all products are free from DNA/RNA, DNase/RNase and Pyrogen contamination.


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