PriCoat T25 Flasks

G29910 Flasks



These PriCoat? T25 flasks are coated with an extracellular matrix composed mainly of type I collagen to optimize the growth, proliferation and expansion of primary and immortalized cells. Type I collagen is the most abundant form of collagen and differs from other collagens by its low lysine hydroxylation and low carbohydrate composition.

Growth Area25 cm^2
Storage Condition

2-8°C for storage up to 18 months and room temperature for short term storage.

Unit quantity10 Flasks

Supporting Protocol





          Do/can you supply higher surface flasks (75cm2 or 175cm2)?
          To allow more flexibilities, ABM offers special liquid formulation for you to coat your culture vessels/ flasks, which involves a simple and direct coating procedure. Please visit for more information. To place an order, please contact [email protected]
          Do you have other size flask? for example T75 or More than that? and what type material is coated in the G299?
          You can coat different sizes of culture vessels by using our Applied Cell Extracellular Matrix (G422). For more information on the coating materials, please visit To place an order, contact [email protected]
          What is the composition of the matrix used in the coating?
          Our flasks are coated with ABM's Applied Cell Extracellular Matrix (Cat. G422). This is composed mainly of type I collagen, isolated from rat tail tendon. Type I collagen is the most abundant form of collagen and differs from others by its low lysine hydroxylation and low carbohydrate composition. This extracellular matrix has been shown to enhance cell attachment in a variety of primary cells including hepatocytes, fibroblasts and epithelial cells.

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