Microplates Microplates Enhance Cell Growth and Survival
Manufactured from ultra-pure polystyrene in a clean room environment, Sero Krystal Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) coated microplates were developed by Porvair Sciences to promote superior cell attachment, growth and proliferation for a wide range of cell types in serum-free media.
Poly-D-Lysine is a synthetic (animal-free) extracellular matrix used in cell culture applications to promote cell adhesion. Available in 96- and 384-well formats these new microplates are uniformly coated with a 70 to 150 kDa PDL polymer using proprietary methods.
The coating creates a uniform net positive charge on the surface of the plate wells. This positive surface charge improves electrostatic interactions between the coated surface and the negative charges of the cell membrane resulting in improved cell attachment. They microplates are ideal for the culture of transfected cell lines, primary neurons, glial cells and fibroblasts.
Analytica: Hall A1, Stand 521