Our cellQART® Cell Culture Inserts will come with PET membranes in translucent or clear optics in 6-, 12- and 24-Well format.
From the beginning we offer a standard porfolio of pore sizes and membranes but can always design the product around your individual needs with our in-house membrane and plastics manufacturing capabilities – Please also explore our MYcellQART section.
Find out more about our product advantages which come with our patented design and explore our product portfolio:
"With the cellQART product line SABEU has created something that is of vital importance for our work and which we are absolutely excited about. The products we work with are easy to use and at the same time robust in handling while delivering reliable and reproducible results. And this applies to the cellQART filter inserts in every respect. Since we have been using cellQART inserts in our experiments we reduced the failure rate to zero. For us at InSCREENeX an essential factor for a perfect partnership is delivering on commitments – And that is what SABEU has always proven to us."
“We are thrilled to collaborate with SABEU. We have tested SABEU´s cellQART cell culture inserts and they are compatible with our Locsense Artemis automated real-time Transepithelial Electrical Resistance (TEER) detector. The Artemis monitors the barrier integrity and cell confluence, while the cell culture is located inside an incubator. With regular time-intervals, and a monitoring time of more than 3 weeks, the Artemis puts an end to cross contamination while reducing complexity and labour intensity.”
"cellQART inserts are ideally suited for use in our devices for impedance-based analysis of barrier forming cell cultures. The combination of cellQART inserts with instruments of the cellZscope product line makes a reliable and precise system for automatic measurements of the transepithelial or transendothelial electrical resistance (TER). This allows to systematically study the influence of substances such as drugs, toxins or nanoparticles on the barrier function of cell layers under physiological conditions.”