• µ-Slide 18 Well - Flat
  • µ-Slide 18 Well - Flat

µ-Slide 18 Well - Flat

A µ-Slide with 18 wells for use in matrix tests and quick immunofluorescence stainings

  • Low volume screening slide for medium throughput
  • Cost-effective experiments using small numbers of cells and low volumes of reagents
  • Compatible with multi-channel pipettes

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Cat. No. Description Pcs./Box
81826 µ-Slide 18 Well - Flat, ibiTreat: #1.5 polymer coverslip, tissue culture treated, sterilized 15
81822 µ-Slide 18 Well - Flat, Collagen IV: #1.5 polymer coverslip, sterilized 15
81824 µ-Slide 18 Well - Flat, Poly-L-Lysine: #1.5 polymer coverslip, sterilized 15
81821 µ-Slide 18 Well - Flat, Uncoated: #1.5 polymer coverslip, hydrophobic, sterilized 15

Applications:

  • Quick immunofluorescence staining of adherent cells
  • Optimization of both surface functionalizations and coatings
  • Fast toxicological screening of small microscopy samples
  • Spotting samples such as RNA assays
  • Cultivation of small organisms


Technical Features:

  • Lettered and numbered wells (A-C; 1-6)
  • Suitable for fluorescence scanners
  • Excellent optical quality for fluorescence microscopy
  • Has a very small open volume and thus suffers from high evaporation rates, i.e., it is only suitable for short-term experiments*

* For longer experiments use the 15 well µ-Slide Angiogenesis 

 

Specifications:

Number of wells 18
Height with / without lid 5.0 / 1.6 mm
Volume per reservoir 30 µl
Well diameter 5 mm
Growth area per well 0.2 cm2
Coating area per well 0.25 cm2
Bottom: ibidi Polymer Coverslip


Define and print your experimental setup


Note:
Also available with a 1 μm foil for Laser Microdissection applications


To prevent evaporation during
long-term assays place the slides
in an Olaf Humidifying Chamber.


Fully compatible with multipipettes
(detach the two outer pipette tips)
For multiple immunofluorescence
stainings or toxicological screenings
To test cell attachment, coat the surfaces with different cell adhesion factors, followed by cell seeding and incubation.



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