38Special GPS® Dish

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38Special GPS® Dish

CE Marked (CE 0086)
10 dishes per sleeve

SP38-006 (6 sleeves)
SP38-012 (12 sleeves)
SP38-024 (24 sleeves)
SP38-048 (48 sleeves)

Indications for Use   The 38Special GPS® micro-wells dish is specifically designed for oocyte and embryo handling and culture. This 38mm dish replicates the 60 mm μDrop GPS® dish but uses a suspended well design. The suspended round wells use a well bottom with an increased slope to enhance their GPS function. The sloped concave micro-well bottoms of the 38Special GPS® dish allow oocytes and embryos to settle at a central location away from the well walls. The dish is a 12 round well pattern in 4 rows. Two large triangle shaped wells are closer to the dishes exterior vertical walls. The triangle wells are by design recommended for washing oocytes and embryos. The concave nature of the wells provides the thinnest well bottom possible, helping to reduce refraction and allow for optimal visualization. The wells may reduce droplet collapsing/mixing, offer better orientation/optics, and reduce set-up/observation time.
Storage   Store at room temperature.
Composition   The 38Special GPS® dish is constructed of polystyrene and is non-pyrogenic. It has passed USP class VI testing and is sterilized by gamma irradiation.
Instructions for Use  

Link to 38Special GPS® Dish IFU

Quality Control Specifications  
Paramater Specification
LAL Endotoxin < 20 EU/device
1-cell Mouse Embryo Assay (% blastocysts at 96 h of culture) > 80%

Precautions and Warnings
  1. Caution: Federal Law (USA) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician (or properly licensed practitioner).
  2. Caution: The user should read and understand the Directions for Use, Precautions and Warnings, and be trained in the correct procedure before using the 38Special GPS® dish.
  3. Do not use the product if the product packaging appears damaged or broken.
  4. For single use only. Do not use after expiry date.
  5. To avoid problems with contamination, always practice aseptic techniques.