High transparancy and OptiTrack®
Eppendorf Microplates feature the highest level of transparency compared to other polypropylene plates and therefore facilitate sample identification considerably. Furthermore, the contrast–rich OptiTrack matrix allows considerably faster identification of individual wells. These advantages not only facilitate the work; in addition, errors and contamination are avoided, which would result in considerable amounts of extra work. The equally speedy well identification thus contributes to improved reproducibility when processing time–sensitive reactions. Application Note 202: Eppendorf Polypropylene Microplates – Fast and secure identification of samples.
RecoverMax® well design
Optimized well geometry for maximum sample recovery and excellent mixing/resuspension properties. The rounded and smoothed design of well corners prevent sample loss and minimize the residual volume. In square–well plates, the smooth contours also reduce capillary effects in well corners (”wicking”) thus minimizing the risk of cross-contamination.
Wide variety in line with high robustness and precision for all your application needs:
› Come in 96 and 384 well formats.
› available with 3 different bottom shapes:F–bottom (flat), U–bottom (round), and V–bottom (conical).
› Eppendorf PCR clean and Sterile purity grades.
› Also vailable as DNA and Protein LoBind.
› g–Safe®: exceptional centrifugation stability up to 6,000 x g for faster protocols and improved sample quality.
› Raised well rims and smooth surface for reliable closing, even with heat sealing.
› High–quality polypropylene guarantees high resistance to chemicals, mechanical stress and temperature extremes. Autoclavable (121 °C, 20 min).
› Manufactured without demoulding aids, softeners or biocides
› Materials which could have a negative effect on bioassays. For more information see Application Note 56: The best material for original Eppendorf Tubes® and Plates: Properties and chemical resistance of polypropylene. Application Note 239: Eppendorf Deepwell Plates and Microplates
› Investigations of sealing methods.