Micro test plates, also known as microtiter plates, are small, flat laboratory containers used in a variety of life science, pharmaceutical, and chemical applications. They consist of a flat bottom and a series of wells, usually in a 96-well or 384-well format, that can hold small volumes of liquid or other samples.
Micro test plates are made from a variety of materials including polystyrene (PS), polypropylene (PP), and polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and can be clear or opaque, with or without a lid. They are commonly used for a variety of applications, including cell culture, ELISA assays, PCR reactions, and drug screening.
These plates are designed for use in automated systems and robots, allowing for high-throughput screening and analysis. They are also stackable, which allows for efficient storage and handling.
Micro test plates have revolutionized many aspects of life science research and drug discovery, providing a cost-effective and efficient way to test large numbers of samples. They play a critical role in modern laboratory analysis and are widely used in both academic and industrial settings.