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CytoOne 96-well TC plate, white

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96-well tissue culture treated plates. Growth area per well: 0.32 cm2; working volume: 0.2 ml; well diameter: 0.64 cm.

Tissue culture treated plates have consistent surfaces for optimum cell attachment and growth. Non-reversible lids with condensation rings minimize contamination and are vented for improved gas exchange. Lids also feature support tabs that minimize surface contact when set aside or propped open. A frosted writing surface at one end facilitates labeling. Individually wrapped with lot number. Manufactured from premium grade, virgin polystyrene.

360° Protection Perimeter™ chimney wells prevent cross contamination
Perimeter and inter-well spaces accept media for reduced edge effects
Molded alphanumerics identify individual wells
Certified DNase, RNase, DNA, and pyrogen free
Gamma sterilized
Product CytoOne 96-well TC plate, white
Company CytoOne
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USA Scientific, Inc. PO Box 3565 Ocala, FL 34478-3565 USA

Tel: +1-(352) 237-6288
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