(TCH), Thiocarbohydrazide, Highest Purity

H2NNHCSNHNH2   F.W. 106.15   CAS #2231-57-4
b.p. 171°C (decomposed)
Osmiophilic reagent.

An indefinite shelf life due to a special purification process.

  • Seligman A.M. et al (1965).Histochemical demonstration of some oxidized macromolecules with thiocarbohydrazide (TCH) or thiosemicarbazide (TSC) and osmium tetroxide. J. Histochem. Cytochem., 13:629
  • Seligman, A.M. et al (1966). A new staining method (OTO) for enhancing contrast of lipid-containing membranes and droplets in osmium tetroxide fixed tissue with osmiophilic thiocarbohydrazide (TCH). J. Cell Biol., 30:424
  • Thiery, J.P. (1967). Mise en evidence des polysaccharides sur coupes fines en microscopie electronique. J. Microsc., 6:987
  • Lo, H.K. et al (1987). A modified periodic acid-thiocarbo-hydrazide-silver proteinate staining sequence for enhanced contrast and resolution of glycogen depositions by transmission electron microscopy. J. Histochem. Cytochem., 35:393
  • Neiss, W.F. (1988). Enhancement of the periodic acid-Schiff (PAS) and periodic acid-thiocarbohydrazide-silver proteinate (PA-TCH-SP) reaction in LR White sections. Histochemistry, 88:603
  • Hanker, J.S. et al (1964). Osmiophilic reagents: new cytochemical principles for light and electron microscopy. Science, N.Y., 146:1039
  • Derenzini, M., et al (1986). An improved periodic acid-thiosemicarbazide-osmium technique to reveal glyco-conjugates at the molecular level in situ. J. Histochem. Cytochem.,34:1161
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Pack: 5 g
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