Cyclic olefin polymers: innovative materials for high-density multiwell plates.

@article{Niles2008CyclicOP,
  title={Cyclic olefin polymers: innovative materials for high-density multiwell plates.},
  author={Walter D. Niles and Peter J. Coassin},
  journal={Assay and drug development technologies},
  year={2008},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={
          577-90
        }
}
Extension of ultra-high-throughput experiment (UHTE) approaches to new assay methodologies is often limited by compromised data quality when samples are miniaturized. Overcoming this challenge requires attending to all components of an automated laboratory system contributing to assay variability. A key but often neglected source is the high-density multiwell platform or microtiter plate. Materials from which plates are fabricated may degrade or otherwise compromise an assay through a variety… CONTINUE READING

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