Specialty Coated Cellware Products (49)

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  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Poly-L-Lysine Coverslips

    Promotes neuronal cell attachment and differentiation and adhesion of transfected cell lines Poly-L-Lysine (PLL) are synthetic molecules used to enhance cell attachment to plastic and glass surfaces. For many anchorage-dependent cells, the nature of the culture substrate has a major effect on cell...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Poly-D-Lysine Multiwell and Assay Plates

    Promotes neuronal cell attachment and differentiation and adhesion of transfected cell lines Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) are synthetic molecules used to enhance cell attachment to plastic and glass surfaces. For many anchorage-dependent cells, the nature of the culture substrate has a major effect on cell...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Poly-D-Lysine Coverslips

    Promotes neuronal cell attachment and differentiation and adhesion of transfected cell lines Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) are synthetic molecules used to enhance cell attachment to plastic and glass surfaces. For many anchorage-dependent cells, the nature of the culture substrate has a major effect on cell...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Matrigel®™ Invasion Chambers

    An in vitro system for assessing the invasive potential of both malignant and normal cells Corning® Matrigel®™ Matrix serves as a model for the basement membrane and creates a barrier to noninvasive cells Standard protocol includes procedure to quantify percent invasion The Corning®...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Collagen I Multiwell and Assay Plates

    Improves cell attachment and increases proliferation rates for a variety of normal and transformed mammalian cell types Collagen is an integral part of the framework that holds cells and tissues together and has been recognized as a useful matrix for improving cell culture. In vitro use of collagen...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ HTS Caco-2 Assay System

    Promotes the rapid differentiation of Caco-2 cells in vitro - saving both time and labor Permits testing for intestinal permeability, including bioavailability, with Caco-2 cells in three days instead of three weeks Time saving Labor saving and increased productivity Maximum convenience Automation...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Matrigel®™ Matrix Thin-Layer Multiwell and Assay Plates

    A three-dimensional model of basement membrane that promotes differentiation of a variety of cell types, especially epithelial, endothelial, muscle, and neuronal cells Corning® Matrigel®™ Matrix is a reconstituted basement membrane isolated from the Engelbreth-Holm-Swarm (EHS) mouse sarcoma, a...

  • Thumbnail Image for 24 mm Transwell Collagen-Coated Inserts

    Supplied sterile Individually packaged 0.4 or 3.0 µm membrane pore sizes Transparent collagen treated PTFE membrane promotes cell attachment and spreading and allows cells to be visible during culture. The Transwell-COL membrane has an equimolar mixture of types I and III collagen derived from...

  • Thumbnail Image for 12 mm Transwell Collagen-Coated Inserts

    Supplied sterile Individually packaged 0.4 or 3.0 µm membrane pore sizes Transparent collagen treated PTFE membrane promotes cell attachment and spreading and allows cells to be visible during culture. The Transwell-COL membrane has an equimolar mixture of types I and III collagen derived from...

  • Thumbnail Image for 6.5 mm Transwell Collagen-Coated Inserts

    Supplied sterile Individually packaged 0.4 or 3.0 µm membrane pore sizes Transparent collagen treated PTFE membrane promotes cell attachment and spreading and allows cells to be visible during culture. The Transwell-COL membrane has an equimolar mixture of types I and III collagen derived from...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Collagen I Culture Dishes

    Improves cell attachment and increases proliferation rates for a variety of normal and transformed mammalian cell types Collagen is an integral part of the framework that holds cells and tissues together and has been recognized as a useful matrix for improving cell culture. In vitro use of collagen...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Poly-D-Lysine Culture Slides

    Promotes neuronal cell attachment and differentiation and adhesion of transfected cell lines Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) are synthetic molecules used to enhance cell attachment to plastic and glass surfaces. For many anchorage-dependent cells, the nature of the culture substrate has a major effect on cell...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Control Cell Culture Inserts

    Without ECM Corning® BioCoat™ Control Cell Culture Inserts are Corning® Falcon™ Cell Culture Inserts, without ECM, packaged ready-to-use in Corning® Falcon™ Cell Culture Insert Companion Plates. They may be used as control inserts alongside ECM-treated inserts while studying...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Poly-D-Lysine Coverslip-Bottom Dishes

    Promotes neuronal cell attachment and differentiation and adhesion of transfected cell lines Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) are synthetic molecules used to enhance cell attachment to plastic and glass surfaces. For many anchorage-dependent cells, the nature of the culture substrate has a major effect on cell...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Poly-D-Lysine Culture Dishes

    Promotes neuronal cell attachment and differentiation and adhesion of transfected cell lines Poly-D-Lysine (PDL) are synthetic molecules used to enhance cell attachment to plastic and glass surfaces. For many anchorage-dependent cells, the nature of the culture substrate has a major effect on cell...

  • Thumbnail Image for Corning® BioCoat™ Collagen I Cell Culture Inserts

    Cell culture on permeable membranes permits diffusion of media components to both apical and basolateral cell surfaces Membranes with extracellular matrix (ECM) further improve in vitro cell culture systems by providing cells with relevant protein substrates Corning® BioCoat™ Cell Culture...

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