Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces Online Plate Selector Tool

Thermo Scientific Nunc Plates – Choosing the Best Option for Every Application

Online PR News – 22-July-2011 – – Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, today announced its Thermo Scientific Nunc online plate selector guide, a fast and easy-to-use tool for users to select the correct plate format for their applications. Choosing the right plate surface for cell- and protein-based assays can optimize resulting data while increasing lab efficiency. The new plate selector guide enables users to enter their selection criteria and view the range of Thermo Scientific Nunc plates that match their requirements. Available at, the innovative tool is ideal for any user looking for a quick and simple method to optimize their plate selection.

Users of the online plate selector guide can choose specific criteria such as: well format, polymer type, sterility, surface treatment and shape. Results are subsequently displayed in an organized table that includes the catalog number for each product. Detailed product information can be found by simply clicking on the catalog number.

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