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Ibidi Culture-Insert 4 Well in µ-Dish 35 mm, high ibiTreat 80466

ibidi GmbH -- Item TECPIM000115260
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The Ibidi Culture-Insert 4 Well in µ-Dish 35 mm, high ibiTreat 80466 is a specialized tool designed to facilitate cell culture experiments. It consists of a 35 mm dish with four removable culture inserts, allowing for the creation of separate cell compartments for various applications such as co-culture experiments, migration and invasion assays, and cell-cell interaction studies. The dish is coated with ibiTreat, a cell-friendly surface that promotes optimal cell attachment and growth while preventing cell damage.

- Benefits/Advantages:

- Versatility: With four removable culture inserts, this product provides a convenient way to create separate cell compartments for different experimental needs.

- Easy handling: The inserts are easily removable, allowing for straightforward and efficient sample preparation.

- Optimal cell growth: The ibiTreat coating promotes ideal cell attachment and growth, ensuring reliable and consistent results.

- Compatibility: The 35 mm dish size is compatible with various microscopy techniques and imaging systems.

Product Details

Product Type Consumables
Part Number 80466
Brand ibidi GmbH
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Gross Weight (kg)
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Coverslip Material Polymer Coverslip
Number of Wells 4

ibidi GmbH

ibidi is a leading global supplier for functional cell-based assays and advanced products for cellular microscopy. A shared passion among the team for innovation, quality, service and a strong relationship to the customers, are the keys to ibidi's excellence and success.

ibidi is committed to supplying the highest quality products and service at a good value. Its innovative research tools enabling scientists to achieve outstanding success and breakthroughs in life sciences, pharma, biotechnology, and medical diagnostics. ibidi’s goal is to provide scientists with standardized workflows that result in reproducible and truly objective scientific data, which can also be translated into therapies.