Did I imagine...?

williams at bscr.uga.edu williams at bscr.uga.edu
Wed Jun 28 15:22:12 EST 1995


In article <3sdsgq$jql at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, grggta at picr.cr.man.ac.uk (Graham Atherton) writes:
>I am doing an expt in 96 well microtitre plates with an adherent cell line.
>It would be very useful if there were some way each well could be numbered
>so that the number would be in the field of view when I photograph the 
>cells growing in the wells - it makes it much easier to be sure i am looking
>at the right photo! More to the point, it would make it much easier to 
>reassure my boss that I am showing him the right photo!
>I have a very vague memory that there is a commercial product for this 
>purpose but I cannot find it - anyone any ideas?
>Cheers
>Graham
>grggta at picr.cr.man.ac.uk

Nunc microwell plates (cat # 2-69620) have each well labeled (A1, B3 etc) just 
outside the upper left corner of the wells.  This particular # is not sterile, 
but they undoubtedly sell similar plates sterileized.r
Good luck.




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