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ViewPlate-384 PDL Coated, Black, Optically Clear Bottom, Tissue Culture Treated, Sterile, 384-Well with Lid, Case of 40

384-well tissue culture treated (TC-treated), poly-D-lysine (PDL) coated ViewPlate microplate with clear bottom and black well walls for high content analysis and other cell-based applications.

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Our ViewPlate microplates are engineered for bottom reading systems and high content imaging. This high quality microplate can be utilized in your cell based assay for superior results.

Poly-lysine is a synthetic positively-charged polymer, existing as two enantiomers: Poly-D-lysine (PDL) and Poly-L-lysine (PLL). Adherence of certain cell types to poly-lysine-coated surfaces is based on the electrostatic interaction of the poly-D-lysine polycation with the negative charges of the cell membrane. Use of poly-lysine coatings on plate surfaces can help mediate the negative charges of the cell membrane and the negative charge of the surface. Both PDL and PLL are commonly used however PDL is not degraded by cellular proteases and is therefore often the preferred choice. As Poly-lysine is a synthetic protein, it does not influence the signaling pathways of the cells and is completely free of any animal contaminants. Almost all cell types will adhere to Poly-lysine coated plate bottoms.

Leveraging years of assay and instrument experience in plate detection, PerkinElmer designs better microplates for better performance that guarantees better results for all PerkinElmer applications.

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检测技术 steadylite,britelite,neolite,ATPlite
自动化兼容 Yes
涂层处理 PDL
颜色 Black/Clear Bottom
检测方法 Luminescence, Fluorescence
材料 Polystyrene
产品品牌名称 ViewPlate
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产品尺寸 Case of 40
阱数量 384 well plate
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