Generic bar coded Corning microplates are now available in stock and ready to ship. Code 128 bar code format ensures compatibility with most bar code scanning and software systems. To avoid mix-ups, the surface treatment of the microplate wells is easily identified in the human readable portion of the bar code (NT = not treated; TC = tissue culture treated; NB = nonbinding surface).
Labels applied to all 4 sides of the plate
No sequence number duplicates
Exceptional print quality and resolution
Resistant to commonly used laboratory reagents
Resistant to temperature ranges of -80_C to +52_C
See Product Details below for bar code label specifications
Black wall plates have reduced autofluorescence, higher signal to background ratio and lower CV’s.
Nonbinding (NBS) surface is a Corning proprietary treatment technology used on polystyrene microplates to create a nonionic hydrophilic surface (polyethylene oxide-like) that minimizes molecular interactions
Ideal for reducing protein and nucleic acid binding at low concentrations, and increasing assay signal to noise
Designed to reduce well-to-well cross-talk during fluorescent and luminescent assays.