Glass Bottom Optical Plates Used for Imaging

 

The Swissci 96, 384 and 1536 Well Glass Bottom Microplates are designed for laser scanning, confocal imaging analysis and tissue research. Combining the benefits of high quality glass and low background fluorescence plastic along with no crosswalk well design results in the highest possible optical quality for imaging.

 

Swissci Glass Bottom Microplates are both optically clear and conform to the highest flatness tolerances. With unmatched imaging bottom flatness the individual window flatness is better than 2 microns over a 0.75mm. This ensures confluence and planarity for imaging devices to eliminate autofocus failures and results in a quicker overall reading time as well as increased throughput.

 

Manufacturing and quality programs tightly control the production and validation to ensure the highest level of error-free performance with all automated assay instrumentation. The plates comply with ANSI/SBS standards and are scratch resistant.

 

With a bottom thickness of 0.17 and 0.72 mm the 96 and 384 Well Glass Bottom Microplates have been used successfully with a variety of different cell types in many biological applications. 

 

Swissci Glass Bottom optical imaging plates offer exceptional quality for high-content cell based assays using imaging systems such as the IN Cell Analyzer 1000, ImageXpress, Array Scan, LEAP in process, IsoCyte, and Opera analyzing and high content screening systems.

 

Applications Include:

  • Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS)

  • Confocal Imaging

  • Fluorescence Polarization (FP)

  • Cell-based Assays

  • Microarrays

  • Laser-induced Fluorescence (LIF)

  • Cell Culture

 

Ordering Details:

  • 96 Well Glass Bottom Plate / 5 Plates / PS96B-G175

  • 384 Well Glass Bottom Plate / 5 Plates / PS384B-G175

  • 1536 Well Glass Bottom Plate / 5 Plates / PS1536B-G175

 

  • ETOH sterilisation available upon request

  • Coated plates available upon request

  • Patented Technology

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