35 mm Glass bottom dish with 10 mm micro-well #0 cover glass
35mm glass bottom dish, dish size 35mm, well size 10mm, #0 cover glass(0.085-0.115mm). Designed for high resolution imaging such as confocal microscopy.
Note: We found that a small percentage of microscope adapters are too small for our 35 mm glass bottom dishes. Please check carefully the dimension diagram. If your adapter is too small, you should use our 29 mm glass bottom dish instead.
- Suitable for long term tissue culture
- Manufactured in a class 100,000 clean room
- Dish made from virgin polystyrene, tissue culture treated.
- German cover glass of superior optical quality
- A USP class VI adhesive is used to assemble the cover glass and the dish.
- Packed in easy to open peelable bag
- Sterilized by Gamma radiation.
- Differential Interference Contrast (DIC)
- Widefield Fluorescence
- Confocal Microscopy
- Two-Photon and Multiphoton Microscopy
- Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching (FRAP)
- Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET)
- Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM)
- Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF)
- Super-Resolution Microscopy
|Coverslip||#0 cover glass (0.085-0.115 mm)|
|Temperature Range||-20°C to 50°C|
Dimension diagram (units in mm)
Cited Publications before 2019 (3)
Characterization of drug effect on leukemia cells through single cell assay with optical tweezers and dielectrophoresis
J Hou,, IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience
Quote: "A 35 mm Petri dish with a thin glass bottom (Catalog #D35-10-0-N, Cellvis) was used to culture the OCI-AML3 cells."
Selective Cell Elimination from Mixed 3D Culture Using a Near Infrared Photoimmunotherapy Technique
K Sato, et al., Journal of Visualized Experiments
Quote: "35 mm glass bottom dish, dish size 35 mm, well size 10 mm, Cellvis (Mountain View, CA, USA), D35-10-0-N"
Three-dimensional direct cell patterning in collagen hydrogels with near-infrared femtosecond laser
Kolin C. Hribar, et al., Nature, Scientific Reports 5, Article number: 17203 (2015)
Quote: "The mixed solution was then added to 35 mm glass-bottom dishes with 10 mm wells (#0 cover glass, In Vitro Scientific) and placed in the incubator (37 degrees C, 5.0% CO 2 ) for 30 minutes"