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Medical Surface Protein Binding Plate is designed to
covalently bind proteins while significantly reduce
background non-specific protein binding. It can be used
in assays where proteins / antibodies / biologics are
covalently bound in the microtitre plates and the plates
are used to capture analytes / anti-drug antibodies (ADA)
in clinical samples, such as NAb assays. When the
analytes are eluted from the plates, the covalently
bound proteins / antibodies / biologics will not be co-
CellShield Embryoid Bodies Cell Culture Plates
Characteristics of Medical Surface Protein Binding
Aldehyde Activated surface allows attachment of
amine-containing proteins / antibodies to
microplate wells for use in assays.
Low non-specific binding 3-D matrix minimizes
non-covalent binding of proteins / antibodies to
CellShield Surface has exceptionally low cell attachment and is suitable for...
Culturing Stem Cells; embryoid body formation / neurosphere formation
Cancer research; spheriod formation, cancer stem cell studies
Cell culture in an unattached state; primary cell cultures, spheroids, suspension based screening
Leukocyte activation mechanism studies; monocytes, lymphocytes, macrophages, phagocytes
Assays requiring an extremely low protein binding surface
Culturing unattached cells, tissues and sheets for tissue engineering applications
C6 glioma cells were cultured in 10% serum media
for 2 days. Uniform C6 spheroids formed on
CellShield treated plates but not on control plates.
hES cells were cultured on CellShield coated
plates. Well-formed embryoid bodies are
evident on CellShield plates after 2 days.
Rat glioma cell line C6 Cells
Human embryonic stem cells
Medical Surface Protein Binding Plates
Product Sub-category: Coated Plates for
Protein Binding and Stem Cell Culture
CellShield is an innovative hydrogel coating that is designed
specifically to prevent cell attachment and to significantly
reduce protein binding.
CellShield coated surfaces are...
Biologically inert and non-degradable
Eliminate Charge Interactions, Hydrogen Bonding and
Reaction Scheme of Aldehyde Surface for Covalent Protein Binding