PrimeSurface® 3D culture: Ultra-low Attachment Slit-well Plate, 96 well by PHCbi

Manufacturer PHCbi  |   Model: MS-9096SZ  |  Available Worldwide
A new design of ultra-low attachment 3D plate to facilitate easy handling of media exchange without disturbing spheroid formation 


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PrimeSurface® 3D culture: Ultra-low Attachment Slit-well Plate, 96 well
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New product, PrimeSurface® 96 Slit-well plate has been added to the ULA ccultureware PrimeSurface® series.

Cell culturing involves frequent media replacement  to provide nutrition to growing cells.  In a standard  96 well ultra low cell attachment plate, media aspiration or dispensing has to be done extremely carefully to avoid disturbing the unattached spheroid, making this a time consuming operation. With the introduction of  PrimeSurface® 96 Slit-well Plate, media exchange for 96 well plates can be efficiently handled with one step dispensing or aspiration for all 96 wells decreasing the pipetting time by over 80% while minimizing the risk of 
spheroid damage.

PrimeSurface® cultureware are ultra low attachment (ULA) dishes and plates that promote scaffold free, self assembly of spheroid formation. The plates are pre-coated with unique ultra hydrophilic polymer which prevents cells from adhering to plastic surface and enables spontaneous spheroid formation of uniform size and shape.   

  • Promotes uniform size spheroid formation
  • Superior optical clarity  
  • Compatible with brightfield and fluorescent imaging and confocal microscopy.  
  • For assays such as cell proliferation, cytotoxity, apoptosis 
  • For drug screening and regenerative medicine
  • Sterile, individually packed
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