The difference between cell culture plate and ELISA plate

- Jul 06, 2019-

The cell culture plate is mainly PS material, and the material is treated sufface, which is convenient for cell adhesion growth and stretching. Of course, there are also growth materials for planktonic cells, as well as low binding surface.

The difference between cell culture plate and ELISA plate

The ELISA plate is generally more expensive than the cell culture plate. The cell plate is mainly used for cell culture, and can also be used to measure the protein concentration. The ELISA plate includes the coated plate and the reaction plate, and generally does not need cell culture, and it mainly performs immune enzyme-linked reaction. After protein detection, higher requirements and specific enzyme-labeled working fluids are required.

Common bottom plate area of different culture plates and recommended liquid addition amount

The liquid level of the culture medium added to the different orifice plates should not be too deep. Generally, in the range of 2 to 3 mm, the appropriate liquid addition amount of each culture hole can be calculated by combining the bottom areas of different pores (refer to the following table). If the amount of liquid is too much, it will affect the gas (oxygen) exchange, and it will easily overflow and cause pollution during the moving process. The specific cell density is flexibly controlled according to the purpose of the experiment.