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CLS3422

Corning® Transwell® polycarbonate membrane cell culture inserts

6.5 mm Transwell with 8.0 μm pore polycarbonate membrane insert, TC-treated, w/lid, sterile, 48/cs

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Synonym(s):
cell culture inserts, corning plates, tissue culture plate, tissue culture plates
NACRES:
NB.13

material

clear bottom
clear polystyrene (plate or dish)
clear wells
flat bottom wells
polycarbonate membrane
round wells

sterility

sterile

feature

lid
skirt

packaging

pack of 12
case of 48

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3422

technique(s)

cell culture | mammalian: suitable

insert working volume

0.1 mL

membrane diam.

6.5 mm

size

24 wells

surface area

0.33 cm2 , cell growth area

well working volume

0.6 mL

color

translucent

pore size

8.0 μm

binding type

Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

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binding type

Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

binding type

Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

binding type

Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

binding type

Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

sterility

sterile

sterility

sterile

sterility

sterile

sterility

sterile

material

clear bottom, clear wells, polycarbonate membrane, clear polystyrene (plate or dish), round wells, flat bottom wells

material

clear bottom, clear polystyrene (plate or dish), clear wells, flat bottom wells, polycarbonate membrane, round wells

material

clear bottom, clear polystyrene (plate or dish), clear wells, flat bottom wells, polycarbonate membrane, round wells

material

clear bottom, clear polystyrene (plate or dish), clear wells, flat bottom wells, polycarbonate membrane, round wells

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3422

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3413

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3415

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3402

size

24 wells

size

24 wells

size

24 wells

size

12 wells

General description

  • 10 μm thick translucent polycarbonate membrane
  • Treated for optimal cell attachment
  • Packaged 12 inserts in a 24 well plate, 4 plates per case
  • Membrane must be stained for cell visibility
  • Sterilized by gamma radiation
Transwell cell culture inserts are convenient, easy-to-use permeable support devices for the study of both anchorage-dependent and anchorage-independent cell lines. They feature a 10 μm thin transparent polycarbonate membrane available in a variety of pore sizes. Transwell are treated for optimal cell attachment. Cells must be stained for cell visibility. The PC membrane is compatible with most organic fixatives and stains.

Application

Transwell was used during Boyden chamber assay to separate cells from upper and lower compartments.

Legal Information

Corning is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.
Transwell is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.

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