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Corning™ BioCoat™ Gelatin Multiwell Plate

Pre-coating with gelatin (obtained from porcine gelatin) eliminates time-consuming preparation

$89.29 - $657.39

Specifications

Lid Yes
For Use With (Application) Promote cell attachment, spreading, proliferation and differentiation
Color Clear
Sterile No
Shelf Life 6 Months
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In October 2012, Corning acquired the majority of the Becton Dickinson Discovery Labware business. In 2015, the integration of the Biologics portion of the Discovery Labware brands (including Matrigel™, BioCoat™, FluoroBlok™ and PureCoat™) into their growing family of Corning Life Sciences brands will be complete. You will notice changes on their product and packaging artwork, but the products themselves and the catalog numbers will remain the same.

Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Quantity Type Price Quantity    

CB354689

 
corning™
C354689
5/cs. 96-Well Gelatin Multiwell Microplate Pack of 5 Each for $117.09

08-774-300

 
corning™
354652
5/cs. 6-Well Gelatin Multiwell Microplate Case of 5 Each for $89.29

08-774-303

 
corning™
356652
5/pk., 50/cs. 6-Well Gelatin Multiwell Microplate Case of 50 Each for $657.39
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Lid Yes
For Use With (Application) Promote cell attachment, spreading, proliferation and differentiation
Color Clear
Sterile No
Shelf Life 6 Months
Source Gelatin
Storage Requirements 4° to 30°C
Surface Coating ECM/Attachment Factors
Well Design Round

Commonly used in the culture of normal and transfected cell types, including vascular endothelial (i.e., BME, BAEC), muscle, embryonic stem (ES), HUVEC for E-Selectin expression and VEGF induction, and F9 teratocarcinoma cells for gene expression studies

  • Provides attachment and growth-promoting substrate for the culture of a variety of cells
  • Lot-to-lot consistency results in reproducible experiments
  • Designed to closely mimic in vivo environments and enhance expression of cell-specific morphology Supplied with preapplied extracellular matrices, facilitating cell adaption to in vitro cultivation
  • Microporous membranes permit diffusion of ions, low-molecular-weight proteins and other substances to both apical and basolateral cell surfaces, simulating the natural environment of cells in vivo
  • Low pore-density, track-etched polyethylene teraphthalate (PET) membranes offer convenient viewing of living cells with a phase-contrast microscope
  • Have low-binding properties that minimize small molecule loss

These products are for research use only and are not intended for diagnostic purposes

Supplied in ready-to-use Falcon™ Companion Tissue Culture Plates