BD BioCoat Cellware, Poly-Lysine, BD Biosciences is a reliable and dependable addition to the BD Labware & Accessories family of products. Combining top-notch and uncompromising quality with an affordable price, the BD BioCoat Cellware, Poly-Lysine, BD Biosciences 354467/ 62406-038 can fulfill your laboratory needs while still offering a great value for the money.
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BD BioCoat Poly-L-Lysine cellware products consist of a family of microwell and multiwell plates, culture dishes, flasks, coverslips, and CultureSlides coated with a uniform application of Poly-Lysine. BD BioCoat Poly-Lysine Cellware is designed to promote neuronal attachment and differentiation and adhesion of transfected cell lines and other fastidious cell types. Convenient, ready-to-use cellware offers lot-to-lot consistency and reliable cell culture performance. Ideal for the culture of primary neurons, glial cells, neuroblastomas, and transfected cell lines, such as HEK 293 and CHO cells.
Poly-D-Lysine/Poly-L-Lysine Source: synthetic molecule. BD BioCoat Poly-Lysine cellware is tested for ability to promote firm attachment of rat cerebellar granule (RCG) cells. Pre-sterile; tested and found negative for bacteria and fungi. Poly-D-Lysine 96-well and 384-well plates are tested for signal from BD EcoPack2*-293 cells and washed on Skatron washer.
Poly-D-Lysine 384-well black/clear and white/clear plates have been reformulated to further enhance their performance in a number of specialized assays that demand superior cell attachment. Convenient and economical bulk packaging on all 96-well and 384-well plates allows for high volume use.
Culture flasks with a 25cm2 cell growth area have a volume of 70mL; 75cm2 flasks have a volume of 250mL; 150cm2 flasks have a volume of 600mL; and 175cm2 flasks have a volume of 750mL.
Poly-D-Lysine and Poly-L-Lysine cellware are stable for six months from date of shipment at 4 to 30°C (39.2 to 86°F). Poly-D-Lysine/Laminin cellware and Poly-D-Lysine/Poly-L-Lysine CultureSlides and coverslips are stable for at least three months at 2 to 8°C (35.6 to 46.4°F).