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New 96 Well SensoPlate Plus from Greiner Bio-One

Published: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, April 15, 2013
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New SensoPlate Plus glass bottom microplate for fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.

Greiner Bio-One is unveiling the 96 well SensoPlate Plus. As a microscopy plate with a transparent borosilicate glass bottom and a black cycloolefin frame, SensoPlate Plus was developed especially for use in high-resolution microscopy and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS).

Microscopic applications such as confocal microscopy and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy are sophisticated methods that can benefit from SensoPlate Plus.

Consisting of a black cycloolefin frame, 96 well SensoPlate Plus features an ultra-clear borosilicate 175 µm cover glass bottom affixed with a low autofluorescence adhesive.

Resistant to dimethyl sulfoxide and 70-percent ethanol, SensoPlate Plus is suitable for cell culture use.

The SensoPlate Plus glass bottom microplate offers an optimized geometry to facilitate trouble-free measurements and high resolution imaging.

Perimeter well microscopy is significantly enhanced due to a condensed distance between the microplate well and skirt bottom.

Circular wells prevent disruptive shadow with the smallest possible meniscus lens, and a slightly enlarged well diameter allows an increased working volume.

A perimeter ditch may be filled with liquid to minimize edge effect during lengthy incubations.

96 well SensoPlate Plus glass bottom microplates are featured sterile with cell culture treatment, lid, individually wrapped, 16 per case.


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