We now offer a complete line of prepared, ready-to-use, high quality staining solutions for all standard staining procedures used by the Biological Staining Commission and the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.
All solutions and concentrations are packaged and prepared in convenient and precise quantities.
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For a partial list of all of our stains, please see the
Stains Chart and for descriptions of the stains, see chemicals section.
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Ultrastructural probes on DNA templates within human bone marrow and lymph node cells. Used to detect changes in DNA template
Used as a fixative, stain, and wetting agent.
Certified for Staining Bone. Stain for nervous tissue in small invertebrates, and for sections of nervous tissue. Use to differentiate bone from cartilage in mammalian embryos; used with Toluidine Blue.
Used with biebrich scarlet for staining collagen, reticulum, muscle, plasma, and nuclei. All connective tissues. Used as a counterstain with red nuclear dye.
Used for staining paraffin sections of infected tissue. Acid-fast organisms exhibit fluorescence.
For research only. Alpha, beta, and all D-cells of the islets of Langerhans and in all animals. Not meant for drug, food or household use.
Used in nuclear staining; A polychromatic blood stain.
Important component of Giemsa's stain for blood protozoa. Used for staining semi-thin sections of plant tissue. Polychromatic stains for thin sections.
For the morphological details of marrow cells, nuclei, and bacteria.
Water-soluble; Alcohol-slightly soluble. An important component of Giemsa's stain for blood protozoa. Used for staining semi-thin sections of plant tissue.
Stain for epoxy-embedded tissuue. Gram positive/negative bacteria. A pituitary stain.
Used as bacteria stain and counterstain for botanical material.
Used with picric acid/aniline blue for staining collagen, recticulum, muscle, and plasma. Also Luna's method for erythrocytes & eosinophil granules and Guard's method for sex chromatin and nuclear chromatin.
PAP for staining smears. Nuclei & granules. Mucin & calciform cells of intestine, cartilage & embryo.
Platelets & reticulum of immature red cells. Counterstained with Wright's stain.
3',3",5 '5"-Tetrabromophenol-sulfonthalein, F.W. 669.97 CAS #115-39-9
Alum Lake of Carminic acid.
Vogt's method for nerve cells. A neurological tissue stain. Nissl substance & PAS-positive material. Powers & Clark method for spinal cord and brain with formalin or Bouins fixed.
For Gram positive/Gram negative bacteria, filaments, Holzer's method for glial fibers, Amyloid in human tissue and chromatin and nucleoli in plant tissue.