96-well white with clear bottom 1/2 area microplate with tissue culture treatment (TC-treated) for cell-based assays. Half-area plates utilize the same well spacing as a regular 96-well plate, but contain wells with half the diameter of a typical 96-well plate. This enables miniaturization to lower assay volumes while retaining ease-of-pipetting.
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PerkinElmer's ½ AreaPlate offers same well depth at half the size to help you miniaturize your assay, designed to utilize cost reduction advantages without going to a 384-well format.
Leveraging years of assay and instrument experience in plate detection, PerkinElmer designs better microplates for better performance that guarantees better results for all PerkinElmer applications.
|Coating Treatment||TC-treated, Sterile|
|Detection Method||Time-Resolved Fluorescence (TRF), Luminescence, Radiometric|
|Product Brand Name||1/2 AreaPlate, ViewPlate|
|Quantity in a Package Amount||40.0 Units|
|Unit Size||Case of 40|
|Wells Number||96 well plate|
|Well Shape||1/2 Area|
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