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CLS3464

Corning® Costar® Transwell® cell culture inserts

TC treated, PET membrane, diam. 6.5 mm, pore size 8.0 μm, sterile

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material

PET membrane
clear plate
flat bottom clear polystyrene wells
round wells

sterility

sterile

feature

lid
skirt

packaging

pack of 12 ea
case of 48 ea

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3464

diam.

6.5 mm

membrane thickness × diam.

10 μm × 6.5 mm

size

24 wells

well working volume

0.6 mL

color

clear

pore size

8 μm
8.0 μm

binding type

Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

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sterility

sterile

sterility

sterile

sterility

sterile

sterility

sterile

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

pore size

8 μm, 8.0 μm

pore size

3.0 μm

pore size

8.0 μm

pore size

0.4 μm

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3464

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3462

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3428

manufacturer/tradename

Corning 3412

feature

lid, skirt

feature

lid, skirt

feature

lid, skirt

feature

lid, skirt

General description

The Transwell® cell culture inserts feature a distinctive self-centered and hanging design that effectively prevents the unwanted wicking of medium between the insert and outer well. This in turn ensures the uninterrupted and intact co-culturing of cells in the lower compartment, allowing for undisturbed cell growth and maintenance.

application

The Corning® Costar® Transwell® cell culture inserts are well-suited for cell staining applications and various chemotaxis assays, including fibroblast migration studies, tumor invasion and metastasis, trans-migrational studies, and invasion inhibition research. The inserts have been used in:
  • Transwell assay to study the role of TGF-β-MTA1-SMAD7-SMAD3-SOX4-EZH2 signaling axis in hepatocellular carcinoma cells
  • MTT Assay to study GAS5-mediated signaling in osteosarcoma cells
  • tri-cultured neuroinflammation model

Features and Benefits

  • 10 μm thick transparent polyester membrane
  • Treated for optimal cell attachment
  • Sterilized by gamma radiation Lids included TC-treated surface 0.33 cm2 cell growth area
  • Can be coated with a diverse range of extracellular matrices (ECM) and basement membrane extracts (BME)
  • Optical clarity enables clear visualization of cell outlines when observed under phase contrast microscopy
  • Offers compatibility with histochemical stains and fluorochromes for various cell staining applications

Legal Information

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

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The CtBP1-HDAC1/2-IRF1 transcriptional complex represses the expression of the long noncoding RNA GAS5 in human osteosarcoma cells
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The abilities of cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs) to regulate immune responses in the context of radiotherapy remain largely unknown. This study was undertaken to determine whether ionizing radiation alters the CAF-mediated immunoregulatory effects on macrophages. CAFs were isolated from freshly-resected non-small
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Stem cell therapy is a potentially effective and promising treatment for ischemic heart disease. Resistin, a type of adipokine, has been found to bind to adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells (ADSCs). However, the effects of resistin on cardiac homing by ADSCs

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