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MicroTissues® 3D Petri Dish® micro-mold mixed spheroid kit

3 small and 3 large, fits 12 well plates

3D, 3D Cell Culture




sterile; autoclaved


lid: no


MicroTissues Inc. 12-1


pack of (Contains 3 small and 3 large)

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General description

Mixed spheroid pack for 12-well plates. Mixed pack of six autoclavable precision micro-molds to cast 3D Petri Dish for forming small or large spheroids. 3D Petri Dish for use in 12-well plate. Contains 3 x Z764000 micro-molds for making small spheroids and 3 x Z764019 micro-molds for making larger spheroids. Perfect for determining which size spheroid is right for your experiments.
When the gelled agarose is removed from the micro-mold, it is transferred to a standard 12 well or 24 well tissue culture dish and equilibrated with cell culture medium.

Since the agarose is transparent, the spheroids or microtissues that form at the bottom of each agarose micro-well can be easily viewed using a standard inverted microscope using phase contrast, bright field or fluorescence microscopy.

  • The micro-molds are reusable up to 12 times and can be sterilized via a standard steam autoclave (30 min, dry cycle)
  • The micro-molds should be stored in a covered container to maintain sterility and to avoid collecting dust or fibres on their small features
  • Any microscope with sufficient magnification and resolution functions for cell based views or images will be suitable for use with the 3D Petri Dish products

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3D Petri Dish is a registered trademark of MicroTissues Inc.
MicroTissues is a registered trademark of MicroTissues Inc.

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