Alcian Yellow Toluidine Blue kit

Six-reagent kit for staining Helicobacter pylori in gastric tissue sections. This method is one of the most popular non-silver methods for staining of H. pylori, where bacteria are stained blue in contrast to yellow mucins.

BioGram Histo kit

Five-reagent kit for identification of bacteria according to Gram. For differentiation between Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria in histology sections.

Field kit

Ready to use two-reagent kit for rapid and efficient staining and detection of parasites in haematology samples. Primarily used for staining thin and thick blood smears (dense drop) for purpose of diagnosing blood parasites. Reagents are stored in containers that can be used as staining jars.

Giemsa HP kit

Four-reagent kit for staining Helicobacter pylori in gastroscopic sections according to Lennart. Advantages of this method for detecting H. pylori are sensitive and reproducible results and easy performance.

Grocott kit

Six-reagent kit for visualisation of fungi and histological argentaffin structures in general (such as basal membranes). Green counterstain provides clear and visually rich contrast to target structures stained black.

M.I.F kit

Two-reagent merthiolate-iodine-formalin kit for fixing and staining fecal parasites (especially protozoa, cysts, helminthic eggs and larvae). The stool sample is fixed with formalin and stained with two colouring agents; iodine and Eosin Y.

TB-Stain Histo kit

Three-reagent kit for staining acid-fast bacteria (pathogenic mycobacteria) in histology sections, sputum, smears and culture smears according to Ziehl-Neelsen. Heating of the carbol-fuchsin solution is avoided in this protocol hence omitting the release of hazardous phenolic vapours.

Warthin Starry kit

Five-reagent kit for staining Spirochaeta, Helicobacter pylori, Microsporidia and Legionella pneumophila. The kit contains 12 jars with gelatine that enables both incubation and staining of sections, as well as other reagents that enable precipitation of silver on the bacterial surface. The bacteria are found in the mucus of the surface epithelium, in the apical gastric glands and in the gastric mucosa.