Akura™ 3D Spheroid Microplate Solutions
Microplates are an important tool in scientific research for a variety of applications including cell culture, drug discovery, and biochemical assays. These plates allow researchers to run multiple experiments at the same time, increasing their efficiency. The most common microplates are 96-well and 384-well, with the former being popular for cell culture experiments. Furthermore, Ultra Low Attachment (ULA) microplates have a unique surface coating that prevents cells from adhering to the wells, making them ideal for suspension cell culture or applications requiring minimal cell attachment.
Spheroid microplates are specifically designed for 3D cell culture and organoid models, which are in high demand. The plates' unique geometry allows cells to aggregate into spheroids, which can then be used for a variety of applications, including drug screening. Microplates are available in a variety of shapes and sizes, including spheroid and organoid microplates, allowing researchers to choose the best option for their experiments.
Overall, microplates are a versatile and necessary tool for scientific research, allowing researchers to conduct multiple experiments concurrently while improving efficiency.
InSphero's market-leading microplates are used for a reliable and uniform formation of spheroids and organoids.
Say goodbye to losing your valuable spheroids during liquid handling, and say hello to perfect 3D cell-based culture and assays!