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Visit Corning at SBI2 2017

Don't Let 2D Cell Culture Hold You Back

Visit Corning at SBI2 2017

Increase the predictive power of your assays with 3D cell culture tools from Corning.

Visit Corning at SBI2 exhibit 5, to learn how Corning is easing the transition from 2D to 3D with tools, protocols, applications, and scientific support. You'll also learn more about solutions for high content screening, drug discovery and more. Find out how Corning can help you conduct more biologically relevant research and better predict how your next discovery will behave in the real world.

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Application Note

Corning® High Content Imaging Cyclic Olefin Copolymer (COC) Microplates Prove to be Effective Tools for High Throughput Data Capture and Analysis.

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Guidelines for Use

Considerations for Three-Dimensional Cell Culture when using the Corning Spheroid Microplate.

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Application Note

Instrument and Microplate Considerations to Improve Image Capture and Data Generation During High Content Screens.

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Resources

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