55 mm Glass bottom dishes
Designed for high resolution imaging such as confocal microscopy.
55 mm glass bottom dishes allow a flatter angle for injection, and the 30mm micro-well dishes have a large cover glass area that allows more cells for sampling.
|Product #||Well Size||Coverslip » view coverslip spec||Packing||Price(case)|
|D60-30-0-N||30.0 mm||#0||100/case||$214.00 USD|
|D60-30-1-N||30.0 mm||#1||100/case||$214.00 USD|
|D60-30-1.5-N||30.0 mm||#1.5||100/case||$214.00 USD|
- 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.
Cited publications before 2019 (5)
Cell density modulates intracellular mass transport in neural networks
P Cintora, et al., Cytometry
Quote: "The neurons were plated on 60 mm Poly-D-Lysine coated glass bottom dishes (Cellvis, China)"
zWEDGI: Wounding and Entrapment Device for Imaging Live Zebrafish Larvae
K Huemer, et al., Zebrafish
Quote: "The No. 1.5 glass bottom dish (60 mm dish, 30 mm glass well; In Vitro Scientific) and the zWEDGI PDMS device were placed into the PDC-001 Plasma Cleaner"
Radiation Promptly Alters Cancer Live Cell Metabolic Fluxes: An In Vitro Demonstration
David Campos, et al., Radiation Research
Quote: "Cells were plated to approximately 50% confluence in 60 mm glass bottom dishes with 35 mm cover slip wells [cat. no. D60-30-1 5-N; Cellvis (In Vitro Scientific)"
Stable chemical bonding of porous membranes and poly (dimethylsiloxane) devices for long-term cell culture
Christopher G. Sip, et al., Biomicrofluidics 8, 036504 (2014)
Quote: "The PDMS replicas were plasma-bonded to cover glass-bottom 55 mm dishes (No. 60-30-1-N, In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA) to produce a self-contained cell culture format."
Wong Po, Foo Cheryl, Heilshorn, Sarah C., United States Patent Application 20100183720
Quote: "within a Teflon mold (Rainin Instrument, Oakland, Calif.) glued to the cover slip glass bottom of a 60-mm tissue culture plate (In Vitro Scientific, Sunnyvale, Calif.)"