Falcon™ FlouroBlok™96 Well HTS Insert Systems

Simplify detection of migrating fluorescently labeled cells. Corning™ Falcon™ FlouroBlok™96 Well HTS Insert Systems are designed with a unique light-tight PET membrane that blocks the transmission light within the range of 400 to 700nm.

Overview
Brand: Falcon

Manufacturer Part Number: 351162

X5 FluoroBlok HTS 96-Well Permeable Support System

UNSPSC: 41122107

Code: 67

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.55000kg



Product Code. 10172822

Quantity Price
1 £ 1930.75 / Pack of 5
Estimated Shipment
11-01-2017
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Description and Specification

Specification

Closure Yes
Culture Area 0.08cm2
For Use With (Equipment) Fluorescence plate reader or inverted fluorescence microscope
Includes Insert plate with 96 square well, flat bottom plate and lid
Material Polystyrene
Membrane PET
No. of Wells 96
Pore Size 3μm
Quantity 5/Cs.
Sterile Yes
Type FluoroBlok™ HTS 96 Well Multiwell Permeable Support System
Lid Yes

 

  • Homogeneous fluorescence assay system
  • Collect data without plate washing, cell scraping, and counting
  • Chart cell migration or bioavailability in real time without dismantling or destroying the insert
  • Each insert is fitted with a fluorescence blocking Corning Fluoroblok membrane
  • Migrated cells below the membrane are easily detected by a fluorescence plate reader while those remaining above the membrane are made “invisible”
  • Migrated cells are no longer shielded from the light source and are easily detected with a fluorescence plate reader or inverted fluorescence microscope
  • Store at room temperature, away from direct sunlight.

Applications
  • Study a wide range of cell types and activities such as: 
  • Inflammation with neutrophils, transepithelial and transendothelial migration; and analysis of blood-brain barrier, dendritic cells, and Macrophages
  • Pathways for stem cell differentiation
  • Screening for population-specific neuronal motogens
  • Migration of normal, transformed and transfected cells
  • Chemoinvasion assays, drug discovery