UNIFILTER Microplate, 384-well, 100 μL, DNA binding plate, clear polystyrene, filter bottom with long drip director
GE’s Whatman UNIFILTER 384 well microplates with filter bottom wells are used in DNA template clean-up, cell capture, removing unwanted debris from sample and reagents, and removing dye blobs in biological samples.
- Usable with gel filtration media, allowing high-throughput removal of dye blobs
- Long drip director prevents well-to-well cross contamination
- Rigid, clear polystyrene microplate can withstand centrifugation
- Membrane media option of DNA binding polymer or glass microfiber
Whatman UNIFILTER microplate options include membrane types and well volumes appropriate for a variety of applications. Browse the Whatman range from GE Healthcare’s Life Sciences business for small sample microplates, sample recovery microplates, and more.
Polystyrene microplate for clean-up and cell capture
A high-throughput microplate can facilitate cell capture or dye removal and other sample clean-up processes requiring high recovery. Whatman UNIFILTER microplates are a good choice because of their long drip director and their ability to support gel filtration media.
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