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HS200

Histo-Clear

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Catalog Number: HS-200

  • Rapid Clearing without the Toxic Hazards of Xylene
  • Biodegradable:  Natural Product with Food Grade Rating Worldwide
  • Compatible with Most Popular Mounting Media
  • Superior Results with Low Citrus Odor
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HS402

Eosin Solution

Catalog Number: HS-402
Size: 10 ml
  • 1% Aqueous Stock
  • Ready for use in your preferred protocol
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HS103

Histomount

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Catalog number: HS-103

  • Museum-quality mounting media
  • Permanent clarity
  • Stringently controlled optical specifications
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HS101

Mirsky’s Fixative (ready-to-use)

Catalog number: HS-101
  • Saponin/Glyoxylate Fixative
  • Preserves Immunohistological Activity
  • Contains No Formaldehyde
  • Fast-Acting
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Xylenecyanole

Xylene Cyanole FF

Catalog Number: HS-608
Size: 25 g
Xylene Cyanole is a tracking dye for DNA electrophoresis.
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pyroniny

Pyronin Y

Catalog Number: HS-607
Size: 5 g
Methyl Green in conjunction with Pyronin Y will differentiate RNA and DNA.
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methylgreen

Methyl Green

Catalog Number: HS-606
Size: 10 g
Methyl Green in conjunction with Pyronin Y will differentiate RNA and DNA.
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coomassieblueg250

Coomassie Blue G-250

Catalog Number: HS-605
Size: 10 g
Coomassie Blue G – 250 is a useful stain for protein detection in PAGE gels. Coomassie staining gives blue bands on a clear background, with a sensitivity of 100 – 500 ng/band. The G – 250 dye is converted to a leuco form below pH 2-3. The leuco form regains color on protein binding, and is the basis for the Bradford Protein Assay.
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coomassiebluer250

Coomassie Blue R-250

Catalog Number: HS-604
Size: 10 g
Coomassie Blue R-250 is a sensitive stain for protein detection in PAGE gels. Coomassie staining gives blue bands on a clear background, with a sensitivity of 50 – 100 ng/band.
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bromophenolblue

Bromophenol Blue

Catalog Number: HS-603
Size: 10 g
Bromophenol Blue is used as a tracking dye, because its charge/mass ratio allows it to comigrate with smaller macromolecules through PAGE and Agarose gels. The dye undergoes a color shift to yellow at acidic pH.
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bromocresolgreen

Bromocresol Green

Catalog Number: HS-602
Size: 5 g
Bromocresol Green is used as a tracking dye for DNA electrophoresis in agarose.
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amidoblack

Amido Black 10B

Catalog Number: HS-601
Size: 25 g
Amido Black is a useful forensic stain typically used for enhancing latent prints contaminated with blood. Amido Black is very sensitive to the proteins found in blood. It leaves a black/blue stain and is usable on both porous and nonporous surfaces.
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methyleneblue

Methylene Blue

Catalog Number: HS-525
Size: 25 g
Sensitive stain specific for DNA and RNA.
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basicfuchsinsmall

Basic Fuchsin

Catalog Number: HS-518
Size: 25 g
Basic Fuchsin is the main ingredient of Schiff’s reagent, a pH indicator, and can be used as stain for glycoproteins and mucopolysaccharide proteins in acidic pH systems. Usually used with NaphtholBlue Black as a post stain color enhancer.
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fastgreen

Fast Green FCF

Catalog Number: HS-516
Size: 25 g
Recommended as a substitute for Light Green SF Yellowish in Masson’s trichrome because it is less likely to fade. It may be substituted for Light Green in many other procedures as well.
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biebrichscarlet

Biebrich Scarlet

Catalog Number: HS-506
Size: 25 g
Biebrich Scarlet can be used as a plasma stain instead of Acid Fuchsin in Masson’s trichrome.
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