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Eppendorf™ Polypropylene 384-Well Microplates

Outstanding transparency, purity and stability

Manufacturer: eppendorf™  951040481

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Catalog No. E951040481

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Description & Specifications


Certifications/Compliance ISO
Color Black
For Use With (Application) Storing and analyzing samples
Material Polypropylene
Sterile No
Type 384/V, 384-Well Microplate
Volume (Metric) Well 0.14μL
Volume (Metric) Working 0.005 to 0.15μL

With the easy-to-read OptiTrack™ matrix and a clarity, unique and unbeaten for polypropylene microplates, the identification of the correct plate or an individual well is easier, less error-prone and up to 30% faster.

  • Highest transparency for better sample visibility
  • OptiTrack™ matrix for easy and fast well identification
  • g-safe™ for time saving centrifugation up to 6000xg
  • RecoverMax™ well design for maximum sample recovery
  • Reduced risk for cross-contamination due to smooth contours that reduce capillary effects in well corners (“wicking”)
  • Raised rims for effective sealing
  • Black and white microplates for improved sensitivity in fluorescence and luminescence assays
  • Made from polypropylene (PP) for high chemical resistance
  • Batch certified in PCR clean and sterile quality
  • PCR clean plates are free of human DNA, DNase, RNase and PCR inhibitors
  • Microplate 384, 80 plates (5 x 16)
Microplate 384/F
  • Well color: clear
  • OptiTrack border color: white
  • Total well volume: 150μL
  • Working volume: 10-120μL
  • Applications: storing and analyzing samples
  • Flat bottom excellent for optical measurements and microscopic examinations
Microplate 384/V
  • Well color: clear
  • OptiTrack border color: white
  • Total well volume: 140μL
  • Working volume: 5-120μL
  • Applications: storing and analyzing samples
  • Conical V-bottom ideal when working with small sample volumes and when maximum sample recovery is needed
  • Also recommended for precipitation of low concentrated samples by centrifugation