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Y04C-02-5PK CellASIC ONIX plate for haploid yeast cells (4 chamber, 3.5-5 micron)

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      Catalogue NumberY04C-02-5PK
      Trade Name
      • CellASIC ONIX
      DescriptionCellASIC ONIX plate for haploid yeast cells (4 chamber, 3.5-5 micron)
      Product Information
      Device Configuration4 chamber
      ApplicationThe Y04 plates for Haploid Yeast Cells utilize a microfabricated silicone ceiling with a height similar to yeast cells to restrict their growth in a single focal plane & maintaining x,y position over time.
      Biological Information
      Physicochemical Information
      Dimensions85.48 mm Wide x 127.76 mm Long x 14.35 mm Height
      Cell Size Range3.5–5.0 µm
      Materials Information
      Device Material
      • PDMS
      • PMMA
      • Glass
      • Polycarbonate
      Toxicological Information
      Safety Information according to GHS
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      Product Usage Statements
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      Material Size5
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      CellASIC ONIX plate for haploid yeast cells (4 chamber, 3.5-5 micron) SDS


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