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96 well Plate, 8 well strips on 12x8 Frame, Flat Bottom, Clear Polystyrene, Medium Binding

  • Code:208108
  • Unit Amount:50

Product Details

High-grade polystyrene microplates optimised for efficient capture of a wide range of biomolecules to surfaces required for affinity binding assays such as ELISA's. Capture and detect biomolecules with uniformity, stability and reproducibility.

  • Manufactured from high-quality crystal polystyrene
  • Flat-bottom for superb crisp detection every time
  • Working volumes up to 320µl
  • Ideal for high-throughput applications
  • All plates are tested for uniformity, stability and reproducibility

Medium Bind Surfaces

Hydrophobic passive adsorption of large molecules have large hydrophobic regions. The medium binding plates have a binding capacity of approximately 100 ng to 200 ng IgG/cm². These are ideal for passive adsorption of lipid-rich biomolecules and antigens including viral antigens (non-protein).


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Solid plates





8 well strips





High and Medium Bind Plates

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