96-well polyvinyl plates

Pete Kwasowski P.Kwasowski at surrey.ac.uk
Thu Dec 12 11:41:26 EST 1996

At 07:24 04/12/96 -0800, you wrote:
>I'm running a modified version of an ELISA method and for that I need
>flexible 96-well polyvinyl plates. Up to now I have been using the Costar
>round-bottom ones with acceptable result. I would, however, prefer to use
>flat-bottom plates. I have come across such plates from Falcon but they are
>a little too big for my plate-shaker and almost too big for my ELISA-reader. 
>Does anyone know about other brands of flat-bottom flexible 96-well
>polyvinyl plates????
>Thanks in advance
>vigfrid.ness at veths.no

We have always used Dynatech (now Dynex) plates with good results. But, I'm
not too sure how they what their relative size is.

Dr P Kwasowski
ClifMar Associates Limited
School Biological Sciences
University of Surrey
Guildford, GU2 5XH
United Kingdom

Tel/FAX: +44 (0)1483 259708
E-mail: P.Kwasowski at surrey.ac.uk

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