Plates & Reservoirs

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Reservoirs
Reservoirs are designed for repetitive or robotic liquid transfers. Single and multi-well options safely contain the required liquids and accommodate all types of pipettors. Trough design and pour-off spouts on the corners make use simple.

Tissue Culture Plates

Marathon stocks tissue culture plates in a wide variety of sizes, ranging from 6 well to 96 well.  Each tissue culture plate is treated to improve cell adhesion.  Both round well and flat bottom wells ar available, with all wells uniform.


Deepwell Plates

Marathon offers both flat bottom and round bottom deepwell plate options. The flat bottom variation give more surface area, while round bottoms are typically found to be more effective for mixing. Our deepwell plates are made of high-quality polypropylene. They are all stackable, DNAse/RNAse free and have standardized uniformity from well to well.


Plate Seals

Marathon offers a variety of plate seals including versions made of silicone, foil, and translucent adhesive. Our plate seals are compatible with most 1.0ml and 2.0ml plates and also PCR plates.  Plate seals are effective in reducing evaporation and cross contamination, promoting uniform gas exchange. All plate seals are easily pierceable with pipette tips.


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