35 mm Glass bottom dishes
Designed for high resolution imaging such as confocal microscopy.
Our 35 mm glass bottom dishes have the same size as BD's 35 mm culture dishes. They are slightly bigger than the glass bottom dishes by some other vendors (such as Mattek) that are made from Corning's 35 mm culture dishes. They are bigger and sturdier thus are easier to handle.
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 of the dishes in product detail page. If your adapter is too small, you should use our 29 mm glass bottom dish instead.
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- 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 or glass-like cover slip 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.
Cited publications before 2019 (161)
Induced neural progenitor cells abundantly secrete extracellular vesicles and promote the proliferation of neural progenitors via extracellular signal–regulated kinase pathways
Y Ma, et al., Neurobiology of Disease Volume 124, April 2019, Pages 322-334
Quote: "2.5 × 10 5 WT-NPCs were treated with 15 μg/ml EVs on 35 mm Coverglass-Bottom Dish (Cellvis, #161115) for 24 h"
The effect of low-intensity ultrasound and met signaling on cellular motility and morphology
N Mazzawi,, Applied Acoustics Volume 143, 1 January 2019, Pages 1-6
Quote: "The fluorescently tagged MDCK cells (pEYFP-mem & pmCherry) were seeded on a glass-coverslip bottomed 35 mm Petri dish (10 mm micro-well #1.5 cover glass, catalog number D35-10-1.5-N, Cellvis), 24 h before experiment"
Proteomic signature of neuroblastoma cells UKF-NB-4 reveals key role of lysosomal sequestration and the proteasome complex in acquiring chemoresistance to cisplatin
MA Merlos Rodrigo, et al., J. Proteome Res., December 28, 2018
Quote: "Confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) The cells were grown on 35 mm glass bottom culture dishes (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA, USA) for 24 h before treatment."
A high-avidity biosensor reveals plasma membrane PI(3,4)P2 is predominantly a class I PI3K signaling product
Brady D. Goulden, et al., JCB, December 27, 2018
Quote: "For transfection, cells were seeded in 35-mm tissue culture dishes with 20-mm number 1.5 cover glass apertures (CellVis) coated with 5 µg fibronectin (Life Technologies 33016-015)"
Muscle-specific stress fibers give rise to sarcomeres in cardiomyocytes
Aidan M Fenix1, et al., ElifeScience, 2018
Quote: "For both live and fixed cell micros-copy, cells were plated and imaged on 35 mm glass bottom dishes with a 10 mm micro-well #1.5 cover glass (Cellvis, Mountain View, CA) coated with 25 mg/mL laminin (114956-81-9, Sigma-Aldrich)."
Mechanical loading of desmosomes depends on the magnitude and orientation of external stress
Andrew J. Price, et al., Nature Communications volume 9, Article number: 5284 (2018)
Quote: "For imaging experiments, MDCK cell lines were treated with 0.1 μg mL−1 (DPI-ctrl) or 0.5 μg mL−1 (DPI-TS and photometric controls) doxycycline in order to achieve similar levels of construct expression for the cell lines, and plated onto collagen-coated coverslips (Cellvis, D35-20-1.5-N) 48 hours (h) prior to imaging."
A Litopenaeus vannamei Hemocyanin-Derived Antimicrobial Peptide (Peptide B11) Attenuates Cancer Cells’ Proliferation
Shangjie Liu, et al., Molecules 2018, 23(12), 3202
Quote: "Analysis of Subcellular Localization: HeLa cells (1 × 105) were plated onto a 35-mm glass-bottom dish (In Vitro Scientific) overnight"
A positive feedback mechanism ensures proper assembly of the functional inner centromere during mitosis in human cells
C Liang, et al., JBC, November 29, 2018
Quote: "Cells expressing H2B-GFP were plated in four-chamber glass-bottomed 35-mm dishes (Cellvis) coated with Poly-D-Lysine, and filmed in a climate-controlled and humidified environment (37°C and 5% CO2). Images were captured every 2 min"
Optical sensor revealed abnormal nuclease spatial activity on cancer cell membrane
Yongliang Wang, et al., Journal of Biophotonics, 29 November 2018
Quote: "First, 100 µg/ml BSA-biotin (Bovine serum albumin labeled by biotin, A8549, Sigma-Aldrich) and 5 µg/ml fibronectin were incubated on a glass-bottom petri dish (D35-14-1.5-N, In Vitro Scientific) for 30 min."
Multi-color live-cell super-resolution volume imaging with multi-angle interference microscopy
Youhua Chen, et al., Nature Communications, volume 9, Article number: 4818 (2018)
Quote: "Cells were seeded in 35-mm glass-bottom dishes (Cellvis) and fixed and permeabilized with a –20 °C methanol for 10 min."