Richard-Allan Scientific® Histology/Cytology Reagents come in easy-to-pour containers to reduce spills.
- Achieve brilliant cytoplasmic staining and complete dehydration
- Achieve fixation and dehydration of specimens simultaneously with uniquely buffered alcoholic formalin fixatives
- Patented formulations minimize over-dehydration in smaller biopsies
- Product identification bands make the products easy to identify and distinguish from other laboratory chemicals
- Reagents are excellent for lipid extraction allowing for increased paraffin infiltration
- Solvents may be used for special stains
- Reduce spills with easy-to-pour high-quality dehydrants
Replace xylene in both manual and automated system applications with citrus clearing solvent. These enhance nuclear detail in immunohistochemistry techniques with buffered zinc formalin, obtain similar results to 10% neutral buffered formalin. Process and stain histological and cytological specimens with dehydrant 100, 95, 80, 70 (denatured ethyl alcohol reagent specifically designed for processing and staining of histological and cytological specimens) fix and store tissue specimens in histological applications with formaldehyde (37%). Obtain clear differentiation and contrast between the hematoxylin and eosin with differentiating solution a standard formulation of hydrochloric acid in denatured alcohol. These reagents effectively identify plasma cells and RNA in tissue sections and cytological preparations with methyl green-pyronin Y stain. Reduce exposure to toxic fumes with the premixed neutral buffered formalin (10%). AFIP formulated.
These reagents achieve brilliant cytoplasmic staining and complete dehydration and also fixation. Achieve dehydration of specimens simultaneously with Signature Series™ Pen-Fix™, a uniquely buffered alcoholic formalin fixative. These utilize toluene, produced to rigid specifications for tissue processing and the staining of histological and cytological specimens. Safely dispose of both 10% buffered and unbuffered formalin, including zinc formalin, using the formalin disposal system. This simple, economical system eliminates the need for expensive waste hauling and onsite permits.