µ-Dish 35mm, high
A 35 mm imaging dish with an ibidi Standard Bottom, used in high end microscopy and cell-based assays
- High walls with a standard height for easy handling
- Unique ibidi Standard Bottom combining
- Excellent cell culture conditions; and
- Supreme optical quality for high resolution microscopy
- Ideal cell growth conditions provided by the ibiTreat surface
- Lid with lock position, which minimizes evaporation
- Suitable for DIC, when used with the special DIC Lid
- Also available with a relocation grid
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|81156||µ-Dish 35 mm, high, ibiTreat, tissue culture treated, sterile, high wall, Ø 35 mm, 2 ml volume||60|
|81151||µ-Dish 35 mm, high, hydrophobic, uncoated, sterile, high wall, Ø 35 mm, 2 ml volume||60|
Immunofluorescence of mouse cells
Lid with Lock Position
The special lock feature in all ibidi µ-Dishes enables the user to minimize evaporation. The lock position provides excellent conditions for long term studies in non humidified environments. Gas exchange (carbon dioxide, oxygen) during cell culture is maintained thanks to the gas permeable plastic material of the dish.
TIP: Use the locking feature only if minimal evaporation is
ibidi µ-Dish Family: Versions and Variations
ibidi Standard Bottom vs. ibidi Glass Bottom
* Special glass DIC Lids are available separately
Anuradha Vajjala, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, Singapore
"To study the ultra structure of Streptococcus pyogenes biofilm grown on mouse embryonic fibroblasts, I used the ibiTreat 35mm μ-Dish to optimize the right conditions of biofilm growth. Simply awesome! It has made life so much simpler for me. Tissue culture combined with microscopy is so much easier now. The dishes are very user-friendly too. I have used the ibidi products to get very good quality images. I am really happy with the products!"
Nanyang Technological University
Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering
Randy Van Der Ploeg, St. Boniface Research Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
“We are pleased with the ibiTreat 35 mm culture dishes. I have given some of your product to one of our grad students to try and he is amazed with the robust axonal outgrowth that he finds only after one day of seeding cells. I have tested other dishes from your competitors and I did not get the reproducibility in growth characteristics like the ibiTreat µ-Dish.
The 35 mm dish holds up wonderfully to automated scanning over a wide scan area (essentially 98% of the growth surface area) which demonstrates the optical clarity and focal stability of the surface over such a wide area (1296 scan fields per well). I look forward to using more of the ibidi product lines in the future.”
Randy Van Der Ploeg
Division of Neurodegenerative Disorders
St. Boniface Research Centre
Matthew Taylor, PhD, Princeton University, Princeton, USA
"The 35 mm µ-Dish is invaluable for high resolution imaging performed in support of my work. The optical plastic is fantastic substrate for building compartmentalized neuronal cultures. Thank you for making great products.”
Department of Molecular Biology
Jason Jacoby, University of Illinois, USA
„Actually, ibidi dishes have single-handedly revolutionized my science. The cells that I use (horizontal retinal cells from fish) are extremely intolerant to being plated on any form of glass, even if the glass is treated with several different compounds. Because of this issue, I was only able to perform fluorescent microscopy on upright confocal microscopes; they allowed us to plate our cells on plastic dishes and image from above. Now, with the ibidi dishes, we are able to use better quality inverted microscopes and higher powered objectives. Our results have proven strong, and we have mentioned the power of ibidi products in our most recent publication.
I am so happy that I learned of your great products through a colleague. Microscopy will never be the same for our laboratory. So far I have purchased 3 boxes of 35mm ibiTreat high dishes. Thank you very, very much.”
Jason Jacoby PhD Candidate
Laboratory of Neuroscience
University of Illinois at Chicago