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Nunc™ Poly-D-Lysine or Collagen I Coated Multidishes

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Microplates, Dishes and Flasks

Enhance cell attachment to the culture surface with the extracellular matrix coating on Thermo Scientific™ Nunc™ Poly-D-Lysine or Collagen I Coated Multidishes, ideal for culturing fastidious cells that do not attach to the regular cell culture-treated surfaces.
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Product overview
  • Aseptically sterile and non-pyrogenic
  • Poly-D-Lysine is a chemically synthesized animal-free material
  • Collagen Type I is from rat tail tendon
Poly-D-Lysine
Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) is a chemically synthesized extracellular matrix that is used to promote cell adhesion by altering surface charges on tissue-culture treated glass or plastic surfaces.  It specifically facilitates neuronal differentiation and expansion. PDL is animal origin-free and contains polymers with a molecular weight of 50,000–150,000 Daltons.

PDL is available in a coated multidish ready to use format to reduce preparation time. The plates can be stored at room temperature for a maximum shelf life of 24 months. PDL-coated plates are available as a case of 20 plates with 5 plates per vacuum sealed foil pack with a desiccant. Coating is done in a highly controlled, aseptic manufacturing environment that ensures lot-to-lot consistency and reproducibility.  Each lot is tested to help ensure we meet these standards.

Precoated plates save time & labor costs while increasing productivity and allowing you to focus on performing experiments. To meet all your application needs, PDL coating comes in a wide variety of formats - 6 well plate, 24 well plate, 96-well clear plate, 96-well black-walled imaging plate, 96-well white-walled imaging plate, 384-well black-walled imaging plate, T25, T75 and T175 flasks. PDL is used to promote adhesion of a variety of cell types like primary neurons, glial cells, PSC-derived neurons and transfected cells.

Collagen I
Collagen is the most abundant protein in mammals and a key structural component of several tissues. Collagen type I is the most commonly used extracellular matrix (ECM) protein for cell culture, facilitating cell attachment, growth, differentiation, migration, and tissue morphogenesis.

Collagen I, Rat Tail, is available in a coated multidish ready to use format with no preparation time. The plates are coated with Gibco™ Collagen I and can be stored at room temperature for a maximum shelf life of 12 months. Collagen I plates are available as a case of 20 plates with 5 plates per vacuum sealed foil pack with a desiccant. Coating is done in a highly controlled, aseptic manufacturing environment that ensures lot-to-lot consistency and reproducibility.  Each lot is tested to help ensure we meet these standards.

Precoated plates save time & labor costs while increasing productivity and allowing you to focus on performing experiments. To meet all your application needs, Collagen I coating comes in a wide variety of formats - 6 well plate, 96-well clear plate, 96 well black-walled imaging plate, 96-well white-walled imaging plate, T25, T75 and T175 flasks. Collagen I coated products are commonly used to culture endothelial cells, hepatocytes (human and rat), muscle cells, and a variety of other cell types.
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