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Chromogen in Medical Products

Genetic Systems HBsAg EIA 3.0

Features:...eps For use in diagnostic and blood screening laboratories to test human serum, plasma and cadaveric samples Stable and safe reagent Non carcinogenic chromogen substrate with long stability after reconstitution (8 hours at room temperature) ...
Company:Bio-Rad Laboratories
Chromogen in Biological Products

FAST RED Chromogen (SIGNET) from Covance Research Products, Inc

Description: Signets FAST RED Chromogen System consists of FAST RED chromogen tablets and substrate buffer. FAST RED reacts in the presence of alkaline phosphatase to produce red staining with minimal background noise. The FAST RED tablets provides enough material for 1000 tests....
Company:Covance Research Products, Inc

NBT/BCIP Chromogen System (SIGNET) from Covance Research Products, Inc

Description: SIGNETs BCIP/NBT Chromogen system consists of [5-Bromo-4-Chloro-3- Indolyl Phosphate/Nitro Blue Tetrazolium] chromogen in a single component solution. The ready-to-use BCIP/NBT solution reacts in the presence of alkaline phosphatase to produce purple staining with minimal background noise. ...
Company:Covance Research Products, Inc

NBT/BCIP Chromogen System (SIGNET) from Covance Research Products, Inc

Description: Covance's BCIP/NBT Chromogen system consists of [5-Bromo-4-Chloro-3- Indolyl Phosphate/Nitro Blue Tetrazolium] chromogen in a single component solution. The ready-to-use BCIP/NBT solution reacts in the presence of alkaline phosphatase to produce a purple staining with minimal background noise. ...
Company:Covance Research Products, Inc

FAST RED Chromogen System (SIGNET) from Covance Research Products, Inc

Description: Signets FAST RED Chromogen System consists of FAST RED chromogen tablets and substrate buffer. FAST RED reacts in the presence of alkaline phosphatase to produce red staining with minimal background noise. The FAST RED System provides enough material for 300 tests. The System Contains: ...
Company:Covance Research Products, Inc

Crystal / Mount mounting medium - general purpose from GeneTex

Description:.... Crystal/Mount can also be used on tissue sections stained with chromogens that are insoluble in organic solvents, such as the horseradish peroxidase chromogen diaminobenzidine (DAB). Tissue sections stained with DAB can be mounted immediately from water, thereby eliminating the time and reagent expense requi...
Company:GeneTex

Clarion mounting medium - DAB NBT TNBT Vega Red and Fuchsin from GeneTex

Description:...dine (DAB), Vega Red, New Fuchsin, and any other organic solvent compatible chromogen substrates on tissue sections. Clarin can be used for histology and cytolog...igin. The absence of xylene makes Clarin an excellent choice where BCIP/NBT chromogen is used, due to the great reduction in crystalline precipitation. The advan...
Company:GeneTex

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