A microplate is a critical part of your discovery process. Microplates have the capability to generate valuable, information-rich data that bring great insights into discovery screening.
Microplate planarity and inaccurate data collection are common issues caused by microplates that are not carefully designed for the unique challenges of sample screening which can result in missed data points, sample re-screening, missed project timelines, and ultimately higher costs.
Drawing on many years of experience in high throughput screening, PerkinElmer’s expert team has developed microplates that address the most common screening challenges. Our microplates have been engineered to deliver the highest quality data for high throughput screening as well as imaging applications.
Footprint dimensions meet the SBS industry standard, guaranteeing compatibility with microplate-based instrumentation
Carefully monitored microplate planarity to ensure superb data and image acquisition
Custom microplate services including barcoding, custom packaging, as well as plate surface coatings to fit your application
Full range of validated reagents and instruments to compliment microplates
By using PerkinElmer’s microplates specifically engineered for high throughput screening and imaging applications, you can be confident that you’ll acquire high quality results providing more information-rich data and experience fewer re-screens reducing your overall screening costs.
96-well black 1/2 area microplate. Half-area plates utilize the same well spacing as a regular 96-well plate, but contain wells with half the diameter of a typical 96-well plate. This enables miniaturization to lower assay volumes while retaining ease-of-pipetting.
96-well transparent high protein binding microplate for solid phase absorbance (colorimetric) assays, such as ELISA. The high bind treatment enables you to coat the plate with your own biomolecule-of-interest.
96-well white with clear bottom 1/2 area microplate with tissue culture treatment (TC-treated) for cell-based assays. Half-area plates utilize the same well spacing as a regular 96-well plate, but contain wells with half the diameter of a typical 96-well plate. This enables miniaturization to lower assay volumes while retaining ease-of-pipetting.
Basic 96-well FlashPlates contain only the scintillant, and are typically used as the base plate for coating a protein, enzyme substrate, attaching live cells, or other material of interest to build an assay upon.
These are plastic bags used for direct counting of filters in MicroBeta TriLux. The samples are enclosed in the bags allowing convenient and economical use of scintillant and minimizing disposal volumes. The bags provide additional safety when handling biohazardous materials.