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CellCarrier Spheroid ULA 96-well Microplates, pack of 10

Round bottom, clear 96-well polystyrene microplates coated with Ultra Low Attachment (ULA) surface for 3D culture of mammalian cells. This ULA coating in round-bottom wells facilitates formation of round spheroids after incubating seeded cells.

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Overview

Our CellCarrier Spheroid ULA microplates enable the use of three-dimensional (3D) cell culture models for cell-based microplate assays. The unique Ultra-Low Attachment (ULA) surface enables the formation of consistently round spheroids for highly reproducible imaging data. The 3D spheroid cellular model can better simulate natural cellular interactions and mimic in vivo microarchitecture for more biologically-relevant information.

Packaging Notes:

  • Cases of 10 are packaged as individually-packed lidded plates
  • Cases of 40 are packaged as 2 sleeves of 20 plates, lids included

Specifications

Automation Compatible Yes
Coating Treatment ULA
Color Clear
Detection Method Confocal Imaging, High Content Imaging
Material Polystyrene
Product Brand Name PhenoPlate (formerly CellCarrier Ultra)
Shape Round-bottom
Shipping Condition Ambient
Unit Size 10 plates
Wells Number 96 well plate
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Application Note

Determination of Cytokines Present in a CAR-T Co-Culture Environment by AlphaLISA and HTRF Technologies

While fundamental knowledge about tumor immunology has exploded recently, a new therapeutic approach to cancer is taking off: immunotherapy. Instead of directly attacking tumor cells, the idea is to help the immune system recognize and destroy them.

The use of CAR-T cells (Chimeric Antigen Receptor-T Cells), a new avenue of immunotherapy, consists in genetically modifying the patient's immune cells to arm them against a tumor. Concretely, T lymphocytes are taken from the patient's blood and modified in vitro. This leads to their expression of specific surface receptors, which recognize a tumor antigen. Once modified, these CAR-T cells are multiplied and re-injected into the patient's body in large quantities. There they go on to destroy cancer cells after binding to the tumor antigen, releasing a mixture of cytokines and pro-inflammatory chemokines.

This application note focuses on detecting cytokine and chemokine secretion using two orthogonal no-wash immunoassays, AlphaLISA® and HTRF®, in an in vitro co-culture model with CAR-T cells and CD19 positive Raji cells targeting tumors.

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3D Cell Culture Solutions Brochure

Download our brochure to learn how our solutions help you to grow, detect, and analyze 3D cells.

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Drug Discovery Screening Solutions Brochure

Find out about our range of integrated solutions for drug discovery screening in this e-brochure.

Our screening solutions for high-throughput screening, phenotypic screening and data analysis help to streamline drug discovery workflows in labs across the globe. Our portfolio includes automated liquid handling, assays and reagents, imaging and detection systems, and informatics.

Working independently or together, with our solutions you can achieve consistent and accurate results. By accelerating the identification and characterization of effective and safe drug candidates, the PerkinElmer portfolio enables you to optimize efficiency in your lab and deliver more actionable, real-world results.

Download the brochure to learn more about how we can partner with you so that you can discover smarter, more effective, data-driven breakthroughs in the critical screening stages of drug discovery and development.

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User's Guide to CellCarrier Spheroid ULA Microplates

User's Guide to CellCarrier Spheroid ULA Microplates

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