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1,9-Dimethylmethylene blue-chloride pure
Histological stain with strong metachromic properties (1, 2). Particularly suitable for the quantitation and discrimination of sulfated glycosamino gl
Alcian Blue 8 GS
Copper phthalocyanine dye. Stain for glycoproteins in electron microscopy (1). In electrophoresis (2, 3). For determination of glycosaminoglycans (4,
λ max. (0.001 % in water)A 1 cm/λ max (0.001 % in water) 514 - 522min. 0.4
Carmine research grade
For application in Orth's lithium carmine staining and Schneider's acetocarmine staining.
Congo Red research grade
Tested for use in histology. Indicator pH 3.0 - 5.2 blue-reddish orange.λmax. 496 nm.
Crystal Violet research grade
This dye is chemically homogeneous and well-defined, particularly recommended for Flemming and Gram-staining because of reproducible results. Commerc
Eosin Y·Na-salt research grade
Tested for use as histological stain and as fluorescent indicator ( Y = yellowish).
Fast Red TR-salt
Coupling with 1-naphthol.
Fuchsin acid pure
Indicator pH 12 - 14.
Fuchsin basic pure
Mixture of homologues of parafuchsin.
Tested for use in Delafield-Heidenhain staining. Light-sensitive.
Hemin cryst. research grade
Highly purified standard substance; specially developed for determination of hemoglobin (1). As labelling catalyst for luminescence immunoassay (2).