Tissue Culture plates

Tissue Culture Treated Plates have an ideal surface which enables most adherent cells to grow healthily and reproducibly.

The Tissue Culture Plates (also generically called TC plates) offer optimal, uniform and compatible surface support for animal cell attachment and growth. This particular surface is obtained by proprietary vacuum plasma treatment that, thanks to its strictly controlled parameters, warrants consistency of behavior of the surface. Untreated polystyrene surface isn’t suitable for cell attachment due to the surface chemistry of the polystyrene; the Tissue Culture surface treatment guarantees that the surface chemistry offers a uniform surface with both hydrophilic and negative charge properties. This treatment will lead to increased cell attachment.

Cell Culture Treated Plates are inexpensive, disposable and are the most extensively used cell culture material both afore mentioned qualities both for biological affinity. 

Cell culture is one the primary tools used in molecular and cellular biology because it provides an excellent model system for studying the physiology and biochemistry of cells.

Cell Culture and Tissue Culture are two types of processes used to artificially grow cells of multicellular organisms outside their natural environment, in an artificial and controlled medium where it is basically reproduction and survival of cells. The main difference between cell culture and tissue culture is that cell culture is the laboratory process in which cells are grown under controlled conditions in vitro whereas tissue culture is the growth of cells taken from a multicellular organism.