BioGnost’s Oil Red O kit is used for histological visualisation of lipids in tissues. It is used with frozen tissue sections; lipids melt if processed in xylene or in alcohol. Oil Red O dye has mostly replaced Sudan stains (Sudan III and Sudan IV) previously used for detecting lipids because it provides more intense red staining and is simpler to use.
Oil Red O Kit
Four-reagent kit for selective staining and detection of fat cells and neutral fats according to Johnson. It can be used with frozen sections and fresh smears to detect obesity-linked pathologies such as dyslipidemia and diabetes type.
Papanicolaou Rapid Staining Kit, for 100 Tests
Ready-to-use eight-reagent kit (in 18 containers that can be used as staining jars) for rapid progressive gynecology and non-gynecology cytological samples. Contains xylene substitute as clearing agent and xylene substitute-based medium for permanent covering of samples.
PAP-100T for 100 tests
TB-Stain Auramine O Kit
Three-reagent kit for staining acid-fast bacteria using fluorescence method. Contains TB Auramine O reagent, double amount of TB Decolorizer Fluorescent and counterstain of TB Permanganate reagent.
4 x 100ml bottles.
Three-reagent Hematoxylin-Basic Fuchsin-Picric acid staining kit for detection of cardiac muscle changes after ischemia or myocardial infarction. H.B.F.P. kit is a non-enzymatic histochemical technique for detection of early myocardial ischemia with vivid contrast.
Elastica-Van Gieson kit
Four-reagent kit for staining elastic fibres and differentiation between elastic tissue, collagen and other types of connective tissue. The rapid method enables a satisfactory result with shorter section staining time.
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.