PCR plates are a common tool used for analyzing PCR samples. These disposable plastic trays are made up of 96 wells that are separated by a V-shaped rim. These features help ensure that very little waste is produced during the PCR process. The V-shaped rim also helps prevent cross-contamination, since the rims are raised, which makes it easy for the enzymes to be re-injected into the wells.
How to Find PCR Plates
PCR plates are designed to hold a variety of different types of samples. There are two main varieties: single-well PCR and multi-well PCR. These two types are useful for various experiments and can be purchased in a variety of sizes. Depending on your needs, you may need a high-throughput PCR plate that can accommodate several amplifications. Whether you’re running a simple amplification or a high-throughput assay, there’s a PCR plate that meets your needs.
PCR plates are available in a wide variety of sizes and colors. Generally, 96-well PCR plates are clear and have raised letters. Some PCR plates are engraved. Alternatively, you can choose a white or colored plate with an alphanumeric sleeve. This method allows you to accurately analyze a range of data using a single sample. The high-quality, virgin plastic PCR plate ensures a perfect thermal transfer.