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Paraffin wax not only forms a base for medical ointments, it can be used ‘as is’ for skin and joint treatments

Imported Embedding cassettes with Lid, strip holes

Ideal for in-situ hybridization. The slide surface is loaded with a permanent positive charge that firmly anchors all types of sections. This treatment prevents the loss of tissue sections or cells to frequent washing, and eliminates the disturbing background effect caused by traditional adhesives. Slides feature color-coated ends.

Low-Profile Disposable Microtome Blades / Triple Facet Microtome Blades are manufactured from high carbon stainless steel. Close attention is paid to providing consistently sharp, finely honed blades necessary to meet the high quality sectioning standards required in today’s histology laboratories. The blades fit a standard low profile blade holder and are supplied in an ejector […]

An incubator is a device used to grow and maintain microbiological cultures or cell cultures. The incubator maintains optimal temperature, humidity and other conditions such as the carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxygen content of the atmosphere inside. Incubators are essential for a lot of experimental work in cell biology, microbiology and molecular biology and are […]

Microcentrifuges for sedimentation of sensitive materials in micro tubes, microbiological research, biochemistry and micro-hematocrit centrifugations. Depending on the application requirements, uncooled and cooled microcentrifuges and devices with brushless drive motor are available. Microcentrifuges with large displays allow high legibility of the values for speed, relative centrifugal force and running time.

Choose an upright microscope if your task is to analyze zebrafish embryos, stained tissue selections or brain slices

The aim of Tissue Processing is to remove water from tissues and replace with a medium that solidifies to allow thin sections to be cut. Biological tissue must be supported in a hard matrix to allow sufficiently thin sections to be cut, typically 5 μm (micrometres; 1000 micrometres = 1 mm) thick for light microscopy […]