384 Well Microplates in different versions

Drug screening has undergone rapid development over the past years.

The number of tests with new targets and the number of active agents to be tested is constantly increasing. Volume reduction, simple testing and cost savings are some of the highest priorities and high format microplates with a low well volume are one of the most important tools in achieving this. One of the first higher format microplates was the 384 well plate, launched by Greiner Bio-One in 1994/1995. Compared with the 96 well microplate, the number of wells is quadrupled in this microplate, combined with a volume reduction from 382 μl up to 28 μl. 



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