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.

Overview
Brand: Corning™

Manufacturer Part Number: 3987

X4 24-well Culture plate, PS, Osteo Assay Surface, Lid, Sterile, Individually Wrapped

UNSPSC: 41122107

Code: 66

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.45359kg



Product Code. 11357791

Quantity Price
1 £ 491.0 / Pack of 4
Estimated Shipment
16-02-2017
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Description and Specification

Specification

Lid Yes
Volume (Metric) Well 3.4mL
Well Color Clear
Well Color Clear
Closure Yes
Format 24-well
Closure Yes
Surface Coating Osteo assay surface
Type 24-Well Osteo Assay Surface Multiwell Microplate
Volume (Metric) Working 380 to 570μL
Culture Area 1.9cm2
Material Polystyrene
Volume (Metric) Well 3.4mL
Color Clear
Applications Osteoblast and osteoclast differentiation and functional studies
Well Shape Round
Bottom Plate Material Polystyrene
For Use With (Application) Osteoblast and osteoclast differentiation and functional studies
Surface Coating Osteo assay surface
Sterile Yes
Well Design Round

 Features:

  • 3 dimensional structure mimics in vivo bone and in vitro bone cell assays
  • Inorganic, non-biological
  • Nonreversible lids with condensation rings to reduce contamination
  • Individual alphanumeric codes for well identification
  • Individually wrapped
  • Sterilized by gamma irradiation

Surface is designed for:

  • Direct assessment of osteoclast and osteoblast functional in vitro activity
  • Osteoclast and osteoblast precursor differentiation
  • Co-culture of osteoclast and/or osteoblasts with other cell lines
  • Solution-based quantitative assays
  • Studies related to bone remodeling and pit formation