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Giemsa Staining in Parasitology and Mycology Find a distributor
Recommended by the World Health Organization

Giemsa Staining in Parasitology and Mycology

Giemsa Staining in Parasitology and Mycology
Recommended by the World Health Organization

Giemsa technique is the most useful panoptic staining method in parasitology, namely in the field of tissular and blood protozoa. It can be used in medical and veterinary mycology. Giemsa stains cytoplasmic structures blue, and nuclear structures or other DNA-containing organites (like the kinetoplast of trypanosomatids) purple red.

Components

Name Reference Packing
Giemsa Stain R in solution 320310 125, 500, 1000, 2500 ml
Giemsa Stain L in solution 320300 125, 1000 ml
Buffer pH=7.0 (6 doses) 361600 6 doses pour 6x1 litre
Buffer pH=6.8 (6 doses) 363568 6 doses for 6 x 1 litre
Buffer Ph=7.2 (6 doses) 363572 6 doses for 6 x 1 litre
Buffer Ph=7.0 in solution for hematology 330370 1000, 5000 ml
Buffer Ph=6.8 in solution for hematology 330368 1000, 5000 ml
Buffer pH=7.2 in solution for hematology 330372 1000, 5000 ml
Amann Lactophenol 320600 125 ml
Giemsa Staining in Parasitology and Mycology Find a distributor
Recommended by the World Health Organization
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