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Laboratory bottle
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laboratory bottle
laboratory bottle
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Improve Cell Attachment with Corning CellBIND Surface, a Negatively Charged Advanced Tissue Culture Part of a family of enhanced Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surfaces that alter the surface charge of culture vessels, CellBIND surface improves the attachment and growth of fastidious cell types. This advanced surface features a net négative surface charge due to oxygen-containing functional groups incorporated in the polystyrène surface. The surface is more hydrophilic: and thus more wettable, compared to standard TC-treated surfaces, which facilitâtes cell attachment and spreading. Characteristics and Applications Applications Enhanced cell survival following cryopreservation More quickly adapts cells to reduced sérum and serum-free growth conditions A possible replacement for biological coatings and poly-D-lysine Helps reduce cell loss during assay manipulations such as washing steps Surface Technology/Charge Corona-gas treatment; negative net charge Formats Corning vessels Plates: 6-well, 12-well, 24-well, 48-well, 96-well, 384-well, 1536-well Dishes: 35 mm, 60 mm, 100 mm Flasks: T-75, T-150, T-175, T-225, Corning HYPERF/asF®, Corning CellSTACK®, Corning HYPERStack®, Corning CellCube®, Corning Microcarriers Features and Benefits • An advanced tissue culture treatment resulting in improved cell attachaient • Incorporation of significantly higher levels of oxygen into the surface, rendering it more hydrophilic, while increasing surface stability and wettability • Non-biological surface treatment • No special handling, stable at room température • Available in a wide variety of formats
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