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To facilitate your work, we now have available a complete line of Osmium Tetroxide Aqueous…
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To facilitate your work, we now have available a complete line of Osmium Tetroxide Aqueous Solutions with various concentrations. Sealed under dry nitrogen. Prepared in our plant daily. Exact concentrations and volume in pre-scored amber-ampoules. Technicals  Tips Technical TIP : osmium_tetroxide Technical TIP : air_osmium_tetroxide MSDS Special orders are encouraged for different solution concentrations and packaging requirements.
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To facilitate your work, we now have available a complete line of Osmium Tetroxide Aqueous…
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To facilitate your work, we now have available a complete line of Osmium Tetroxide Aqueous Solutions with various concentrations. Sealed under dry nitrogen. Prepared in our plant daily. Exact concentrations and volume in pre-scored amber-ampoules. Technical Tip : Neutralization and Disposal of Osmium Tetroxide Technical Tip : Maiking  and Air-Tight Container for Small Amounts of Osmium Tetroxide MSDS    
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Reusable – Made from soft silicone. It offers a simple way to break pre-scored glass…
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Reusable – Made from soft silicone. It offers a simple way to break pre-scored glass ampoules safely. Accommodates 5, 7, and 10 ml size ampoules. Reduces injury and spillage. each
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Rapid-Freezing on a polished metal surface, at the temp. of liquid helium or liquid nitrogen…
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Rapid-Freezing on a polished metal surface, at the temp. of liquid helium or liquid nitrogen, followed by freeze-substitution in osmium-acetone, has been shown to be a very useful technique for capturing rapid cellular events and for preserving cell ultrastructure. * John M. Robinson and Morris J. Karnovsky, 1991. “Rapid-freezing Cytochemistry: Preservation of Tubular Lysosomes and […]
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PURPOSE: B-5 fixative is routinely used for bone marrow biopsies, and on some lymph nodes…
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PURPOSE: B-5 fixative is routinely used for bone marrow biopsies, and on some lymph nodes when lymphomas are suspected. Stock solution (stable for approximately 1 year). Mix well and do not use any metal utensils or foil lined lids. 12.0g Mercuric chloride 2.5g Sodium acetate 200ml Distilled water 200 ml Working solution (prepare right before use) 20ml of stock solution 2ml of formaldehyde Storage : RT MSDS  
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Bouin's Fixative
A fixative that is used in light microscopy for the preparation of delicate structure. is…
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A fixative that is used in light microscopy for the preparation of delicate structure. is composed of picric acid, acetic acid and formaldehyde in an aqueous solution.  Bouin's fluid is especially useful for fixation of gastrointestinal tract biopsies Bouin solution, or Bouin's solution, is a compound fixative used in histology. Unit : 10 x 10ml Storage : RT MSDS  
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Bouin's Solution
Bouin's solution can be used as a fixation and a staining fluid. Bouin's fixative is…
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Bouin's solution can be used as a fixation and a staining fluid. Bouin's fixative is excellent for use on biopsy specimens of the gastrointestinal tract. Tissue from the endocrine system are well fixed and many antibodies react well with tissue fixed in Bouin's. Bouin's solution may be used as a routine fixative or a staining solution, but should not be used as a preservative for tissue. Tissue cannot be held in Bouin's solution for extended periods. The maximum fixation time in this solution should be less than 48 hours and should be transferred to alcohol. Packaged in leak-proof histo-containers, prefilled and ready-to-use. Formulated with Picric Acid saturated aqueous solution 75%, Formalin (40% aqueous formaldehyde) 25% and Glacial Acetic acid 5% in de-ionized water. Storage : RT MSDS
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Brasil Fixative
Ethanol, Picric Acid, Formalin, Acetic Acid, Glacial. This fixative is most popular when glycogen is…
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Ethanol, Picric Acid, Formalin, Acetic Acid, Glacial. This fixative is most popular when glycogen is the target. The solution is similar to Bouins Solution (alcoholic) offering quick hardening and good staining with acid dyes. Storage : RT MSDS  
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Break-Safe™ Ampoule Opener
  Break-Safe™ allowing you to safely open up to 3 ampoules at one timeeach
Buffered Ethanol Fixative, 70% BE-70
phosphate buffered ethanol (BE-70) with the addition of glycerol and glacial acetic acid.Unit :…
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phosphate buffered ethanol (BE-70) with the addition of glycerol and glacial acetic acid.Unit : 1L
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