fixative solution reagent / phosphate buffer / for histology / liquid

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    fixative solution, phosphate buffer

  • Applications:

    for histology

  • Other characteristics:

    liquid

Description

Acetone: For hardening and dehydrating tissues. The EM grade Acetone can also be used for the extraction of various principles from animal and plant substances.

Formalin, 10% neutral buffer (phosphate buffer) A widely used fixative for processing tissues in routine histology laboratories. The Formalin, 10% neutral buffered is for IHC in clinical laboratories for paraffin embedded tissue.

Zinc Formalin Fixative, pH 6.25 Excellent morphological preservation of nuclear & cytoplasmic components. Zinc Formalin Fixative can replace neutral buffered formalin for routine tissue and immunohistochemical procedures. Best used as a primary fixative, minimizing denaturation.

PARAClear™ - Xylene Substitute removes alcohol during the final steps of routine tissue processing PARAClear™ Xylene Substitute is miscible with paraffin for infiltration, and it has a higher flash point than xylene, reducing the flammability danger to the laboratory.

Reagent Alcohols Perfect for virtually all preparing and staining strategies in the lab.