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Cell Culture Flasks

Corning® and Costar® flasks

are available in a variety of sizes, designs and cap styles to meet your needs.

  • Corning CellBIND® surface is a novel cell culture treatment that increases surface wettability
  • for more even and consistent cell attachment.
  • Ultra-Low Attachment surface flasks feature a covalently bound hydrogel layer that minimizes
  • cell attachment, protein absorption, and cellular activation.
  • Manufactured from optically clear virgin polystyrene
  • Treated for optimal cell attachment
  • Printed lot numbers for traceability
  • 100% integrity tested
  • Sterile


Flask Cap Styles

Plug seal caps feature one-piece linerless construction and are designed for use in closed systems, providing a liquid- and gas-tight seal. When loosened, this cap can also be used in open systems. This cap design was a Corning innovation that first appeared in 1974.

Phenolic-style caps are designed (when loosened) for use in open systems requiring the gas exchange. With the caps slightly loosened, gas is exchanged between them environments inside and outside of the flask.

Vent caps contain a 0.2 μm pore, hydrophobic membrane sealed to the cap, providing consistent, sterile gas exchange while minimizing the risk of contamination.

These caps are highly recommended for use in all CO2 incubators, especially for long-term use. The vent cap was a Corning innovation that first appeared in 1988.

Flask Neck Styles

Straight neck flasks are ideal for larger medium volumes since this design reduces medium sloshing into the cap. Canted neck flasks allow easier pouring and improved access to the flask for pipetting or scraping. The canted neck design was a Corning innovation that first appeared in 1974.

Angled neck flasks improve pipet access and reduce medium sloshing into the neck. This design was a Corning innovation that first appeared in 1988.

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