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CLS431082

Corning® cell culture flasks

surface area 225 cm2, angled neck, cap (vented), rectangular flask

Synonym: culture flask, flask cell culture, tissue culture flask

  •  eCl@ss 32040501

  •  NACRES NA.75

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Properties

Related Categories Cell Culture Supplies, Corning, Corning Cell Culture Flasks, Corning Flasks, Corning Plastic Cell Culture Flasks,
material   angled neck
  cap (vented)
  polystyrene
  rectangular bottom flask
  rectangular flask
  vent cap
sterility   sterile
feature   cap
  graduations
packaging   case of 25
mfr. no.   Corning, 431082
maximum volume   370 mL
surface area   225 cm2
working volume   45-67.5 mL
matrix active group   TC-Treated surface treatment
binding type   Tissue Culture (TC)-treated surface

Description

General description

Available in a variety of sizes, designs and cap styles to meet your needs.
• Manufactured from optically clear virgin polystyrene
• Treated for optimal cell attachment
• Printed with lot numbers for ease in traceability
• 100% integrity tested
• Sterilized by gamma irradiation and certified nonpyrogenic

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Protocols & Articles

Protocols

Protocol: Human Follicle Dermal Papilla Cells Culture

*Be sure to wear face protection mask and gloves when retrieving cryovials from the liquid nitrogen storage tank. The dramatic temperature change from the tank to the room could cause any trapped liq...
Keywords: Cell culture, Sterilizations

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