Multiwell Plates

Plate Utilization

Q1: How are multi-well glass bottom plates typically used?
Q2: What are the advantages of using multi-well glass bottom plates compared to the standard glass bottom culture dishes?
Q3: Who are the main users of multi-well glass bottom plates?

Q4: What kind of feedback have you received from customers?
Q5: What type of microscope is best for multi-well glass bottom plates?

Q6: Can the coverslips be removed from the glass bottom 6-well, 12-well and 24-well plates?
Q7: How can I use the glass bottom multi-well plates for Nomarski Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) microscopy?
Q8: Can the glass bottom multi-well plates be re-used?

Plate Properties

Q9: How deep are the wells of the glass bottom multi-well plates? What is the height of the well sidewall?
Q10: What is the diameter of the wells in the standard glass bottom multi-well plates?
Q11: What is the volume of medium to use for the glass bottom multi-well plates?
Q12: What is the adhesive used to attach the coverslips to the plates?
Q13: What is the chemical compatibility of Glass Bottom Dishes and Multi-Well Plates? Can they be used with organic solvents?
Q14: How do I know that the glass bottom multi-well plates are sterile?
Q15: Do you offer multi-well glass bottom plates that are black to eliminate cross-talk between wells?

Plate Coatings

Q16: Can I order poly-d-lysine or collagen coated glass bottom multi-well plates?