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Corning® 96 Well Poly-D-Lysine Treated Microplate

flat bottom clear, black polystyrene, bag of 20, sterile, lid

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black polystyrene
clear wells
flat bottom clear
round wells






bag of 20


Corning 3842


96 wells

well volume

360 μL

well working volume

75-200 μL

binding type

poly-D-lysine coated surface

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Corning® 96 Well Poly-D-Lysine Treated Microplate has been used for purification of recombinant proteins.

Features and Benefits

  • Black walls and ultra-thin, clear flat bottoms that enable direct microscopic viewing, minimize background interference in fluorescent assays, and allow readings down to 340nm
  • Opaque walls reduce well-to-well crosstalk.
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