Deep well plates are laboratory tools that are used for a wide range of applications, including cell culture, protein expression, and DNA isolation. They are designed with multiple wells or chambers, which allows for simultaneous processing of multiple samples.
Deep well plates are typically made of plastic or polypropylene and are available in various sizes and configurations. They can have up to 96 wells, with each well typically having a volume of between 0.5 and 2 mL. The wells in a deep well plate are typically arranged in a grid pattern, which allows for easy handling and organization.