Eppendorf Cell Imaging Plate 24-Well Black with Clear 170µm coverglass F-Bottom. Supplied with Lid and Sterile - Pack of 20
Eppendorf Cell Imaging Plate 24-Well Black with Clear 170µm coverglass F-Bottom. Supplied with Lid and Sterile 0030741021. Pyrogen, DNAse, RNAse, human and bacterial DNA free and non-cytotoxic. Pack of 20 plates.
About the range
The Eppendorf Cell Imaging Plates are black 24- or 96-well plates with clear bottom. You have the choice between a 170µm coverglass bottom or an ultrathin 25µm film bottom.
Independent of the choice of material the plates are suitable for growing adherent cells due to their TC treated surfaces.
Eppendorf Cell Imaging Plates with film bottom have excellent light transmission rates even for UV-A and UV-B light. The autofluorescence of the material is lower than a conventional polystyrene bottom with a significant reduction in background signaling. Furthermore, the film bottom enables high gas transfer: oxygen supply and equilibration with the atmosphere are achieved directly through the plate bottom.
The glass bottom plates offer excellent planarity for sophisticated microscopic analysis.
Eppendorf consumables are available in a variety of purity grades: Eppendorf Quality as well as more advanced purity grades: Sterile, PCR clean, Biopur and Forensic DNA Grade.
Below are the minimum shelf lives for the ranges of Eppendorf consumables. Please note, shelf life can only be guaranteed for sealed and adequately stored items (stored at room temperature, out of direct sunlight, please check each items individual Instructions for use for full storage guidance).
Eppendorf consumables with each purity grade has a combination of features:
|Eppendorf Quality||Sterile||PCR Clean||Sterile & PCR Clean||Biopur||Forensic DNA Grade|
|Human DNA - Free||X||X||X||X|
|PCR Inhibitor Free||X||X||X||X|
|Pyrogen Free (endotoxin free)||X||X||X|
Dowload full guide here.
Lot certificates are available to download here for the following grades - Sterile, PCR Clean, Biopur and Protein-free which are issued by an external accredited lab. The lot number is located on the label on the folding box containing the plastic consumable.
Eppendorf general quality certificates are available for all grades and can be downloaded here.