NON-BINDING POLYSTYRENE MICROPLATES

Polystyrene microplates with non-treated surfaces are commonly used for homogeneous biochemical HTS assays and demonstrate low and reproducible biomolecule binding.

However, even low amounts of biomolecular binding (e. g. DNA, RNA, proteins, peptides) can cause an undesirable increase in background, resulting in decreased signal-to-noise ratio. Greiner Bio-One’s non-binding microplate surfaces prevent unwanted non-specific binding, especially advantageous for sensitive biochemical assays. Characterised by low protein, DNA, RNA and peptide binding properties the non-binding surfaces significantly increase assay sensitivity by reducing background and improving signal- to-noise ratio.

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Product Highlights

Application Note: Enhanced Transfection Efficiency on Protein Coated Microplates
Application Notes / PDF, 451 KB
Forum No 6: Sealers for microplates and their areas of application in molecular biology and cell culture
Scientific Publications / PDF, 479 KB
Application Note: Establishing a cell culture assay based on time-resolved fluorescence resonance energy transfer (TR-FRET) for screening G-Protein coupled receptors
Scientific Publications / PDF, 445 KB
Forum No 16: 96 Well Half Area Microplates and their Application in Fluorescence, Luminescence and Transmission Measurements
Scientific Publications / PDF, 2 MB
Microplate Selection Guide
Brochure / PDF, 1 MB
Forum No 15: SCREENSTAR: A new 1536 Well Microplate for High Content and High Throughput Screening
Scientific Publications / PDF, 2 MB
Non-Binding Microplates
Flyer / PDF, 976 KB
Forum No 11: A New 384 Well Storage Plate Reducing Compound Consumption and Supporting Assay Miniaturisation
Scientific Publications / PDF, 3 MB
Application Note: UV/VIS Spectroscopy in Microplates UV-Star®, µClear®, MICROLON® and CELLSTAR®
Application Notes / PDF, 1 MB
Forum No. 20 1536 Well CO Microplate for Compound Storage
Scientific Publications / PDF, 3 MB
OEM - From standard products to fully customized solutions
Brochure / PDF, 2 MB
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