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Micropatterned SlidesMicropatterned µ-Slides from ibidi GmbH are designed for precisely controlled cell adhesion.

µ-Patterning technology uses defined adhesion spots that are surrounded by a nonadhesive Bioinert surface. Adherent single cells from a cell suspension are caught by these spots, leading to spatially controlled cell adhesion. The samples can be observed through a thin polymer coverslip bottom with high optical quality for high-resolution microscopy.

For single-cell assays, µ-Slides with Single-Cell µ-Patterns are available, with single cells being individually analyzed. Multi-cell assays can be performed using the µ-Slides with Multi-Cell µ-Patterns, which allow multiple cells to adhere to one single spot, forming 2D monolayers or 3D spheroids in a defined and controllable way. For scientists who have not yet determined the optimal pattern for their assays, the µ-Slides with Test µ-Patterns include 15 patterns, of different sizes and shapes, on one µ-Slide.

Sep/Oct 2021

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