T25 flasks have a canted neck. Growth area: 25 cm2; working volume: 5 ml; maximum volume: 70 ml. • Easy open, resealable zip top bags protect unused flasks • Anti-tip skirts and base bars improve stability • Wide necks provide easy access while minimizing contamination • Stacking rims are vented for thermal equalization • Optical clarity provides distortion-free microscopy • Certified DNase, RNase, DNA, and pyrogen free • Gamma sterilized
CytoOne tissue culture treated flasks have consistent surfaces for optimum cell attachment and growth. Two-position green plug seal cap lets you choose secure manual venting or an airtight seal. Convenient molded volume graduations and frosted writing surfaces. T25 flasks have traceable lot numbers etched into the base. All flasks are 100% pressure tested for leak-free assurance. Manufactured from premium grade virgin polystyrene.
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