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Corning™ Osteo Assay Surface Microplates

Capable of supporting the functional properties of osteogenic cells. Corning™ Osteo Assay Surface delivers lot-to-lot consistency, translating to reliable and reproducible results in bone cell assays. The surface also offers a consistent and defined alternative to preparing dentine or bone slices, reducing the variability in assay systems and resulting in more predictable assay readouts.

$841.07 - $4,037.85

Specifications

Lid With Lid
For Use With (Application) Osteoblast and osteoclast differentiation and functional studies
Color Clear
Sterility Sterile
Surface Treatment Osteo Assay
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Products 3
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Culture Area Format Volume (Metric) Well Volume (Metric) Working Price Quantity  
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Culture Area Format Volume (Metric) Well Volume (Metric) Working Price Quantity  
09-762-100
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Corning™
C3987
1.9 cm2 Standard 380 to 570μL Case of 4 Each for $1,280.71
 
09-762-101
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Corning™
C3988
0.32 cm2 Standard 360 μL 75 to 200 μL Case of 4 Each for $4,037.85
 
09-762-102
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Corning™
C3989
Standard 360 μL 75 to 200 μL Case of 2 Each for $841.07
 
Description

Description

  • Individual alphanumerical codes for well identification, flat bottoms
  • Treated for optimal cell attachment (except where noted)
  • Corning™ CellBIND™ surface is a novel cell culture treatment that increases surface wettability for more even and consistent cell attachment.
  • Ultra-Low Attachment surface plates feature a covalently bound hydrogel layer that minimizes cell attachment, protein absorption, and cellular activation.
  • Corning Osteo Assay surface is an inorganic crystalline coating, creating a surface that mimics in vivo bone-like, for in vitro bone cell culture and assays.
  • Sterile
  • Nonpyrogenic
Specifications

Specifications

With Lid
Clear
Osteo Assay
Osteoblast and osteoclast differentiation and functional studies
Sterile
Polystyrene