Porvair Sciences'' TheSero Krystal PDL range of coated microplates set a new standard for reproducible cell culture even with challenging cell types.
Porvair Sciences, which was built from ultra-pure polystyrene in a safe environment, decided to develop microplates that would provide superior cell attachment, growth, and proliferation for a wide range of cells.
Poly-D-Lysine is a synthetic (animal-free) extracellular matrix used in cell culture applications to promote cell adhesion. These new Sero Krystal PDL microplates are uniformly coated with a 70 to 150 kDa PDL polymer using proprietary methods. This positive surface charge improves cell attachment and results in improved cell success.
Sero Krystal PDL coated microplates are available in clear, black and frame versions. The consistent flatness of the Sero Krystal microplate base allows for superior light transmission and a flat optical plane for growing cells. The Sero Krystal PDL coated microplates are the first part of the Sero range of cell culture plates to be launched from Porvair Sciences.