Additional Embedding Kits & Reagents

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  1. PEG 4000 Resin

    PEG 4000 Resin

    Starting at: $63.00

    This water soluble, nonionic material is used like paraffin to infiltrate and embed tissue. Easily removed from sections with 95% ethanol for immunocytochemical and x-ray microanalytical techniques.

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  2. PolyCut-Ease

    PolyCut-Ease

    Starting at: $63.00

    The addition of 1% PolyCut-Ease to any epoxy embedding recipe will enable many stress free sections to be cut from a single area of a knife. It preserves the life of your diamond knife edge as it markedly reduces friction of the knife as it cuts through the plastic. The additive will not change the block color or EM image quality. Does not contain Silicone.

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  3. Epoxy Resin Removal Kit

    Epoxy Resin Removal Kit

    Starting at: $218.00

    Quickly removes epoxy resin from thin sections in five minutes under mild conditions preserving delicate immunogenicity of specimens.

    Kit contains: 100ml of solution A and 3ml of solution B

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  4. Poly(ethylene glycol) (n) distearate, Flaked

    Poly(ethylene glycol) (n) distearate, Flaked

    Starting at: $77.00

    A removable embedding medium for thin and thick sections. In thicker sections the exterior surface of mitochondria can be observed whereas in resin-embedded thin sections the mitochondria are most frequently observed in a cross section. DGD is used to prepare tissue for immunofluorescent localization of cytoskeletal components. It is also used for tissue preparation for in situ hybridization with nucleic acid probes.

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  5. Methyl Methacrylate-Butyl Methacrylate Embedding Kit

    Methyl Methacrylate-Butyl Methacrylate Embedding Kit

    Starting at: $209.00

    Can be used to embed tissue for thin or thick sectioning. By varying butyl methacrylate amount in embedding mix, block hardness is changed. Can be UV catalyzed. For use in electron microscopy.

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  6. Methyl Methacrylate Embedding and Casting Kit

    Methyl Methacrylate Embedding and Casting Kit

    Starting at: $335.00

    Resin cures thermally (preferably under pressure) under anaerobic conditions and is capable of producing the highest quality hard, clear, colorless castings.

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  7. Unicryl™ Resin

    Unicryl™ Resin

    Starting at: $368.00

    A unique, largely hydrophilic, acrylic resin, developed for universal use in LM and EM applications. When fully polymerized, Unicryl™ demonstrates excellent cutting characteristics. Sectioning surface follows the contours of the tissue during cutting action, producing a highly exposed surface of proteins and nucleic acids for subsequent immunohistochemistry techniques.

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  8. Quetol 651 Embedding Kit

    Quetol 651 Embedding Kit

    Starting at: $245.00

    Fast penetrating epoxy embedding medium for EM and LM. Water miscible. Polymerized blocks section easier than in ordinary epoxy resin mixture and show excellent electron image contrast. Acts as a dehydrating agent.

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  9. Dodecenylsuccinic anhydride (DDSA)

    Dodecenylsuccinic anhydride (DDSA)

    Starting at: $32.00

    Epoxy hardener, suitable for use in embedding procedures.

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  10. Balsam, Canada

    Balsam, Canada

    Starting at: $98.00

    A natural resin used as mounting medium for microscopy.

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  11. Poly(ethylene glycol) distearate 400

    Poly(ethylene glycol) distearate 400

    Starting at: $77.00

    A removable embedding medium for thin and thick sections. In thicker sections the exterior surface of mitochondria can be observed whereas in resin-embedded thin sections the mitochondria are most frequently observed in a cross section. DGD is used to prepare tissue for immunofluorescent localization of cytoskeletal components. It is also used for tissue preparation for in situ hybridization with nucleic acid probes.

    MW = Molecular weight of PEG.

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  12. Poly(ethylene glycol) distearate 200

    Poly(ethylene glycol) distearate 200

    Starting at: $77.00

    A removable embedding medium for thin and thick sections. In thicker sections the exterior surface of mitochondria can be observed whereas in resin-embedded thin sections the mitochondria are most frequently observed in a cross section. DGD is used to prepare tissue for immunofluorescent localization of cytoskeletal components. It is also used for tissue preparation for in situ hybridization with nucleic acid probes.

    MW = Molecular weight of PEG.

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  13. DMP-30

    DMP-30

    Starting at: $44.00

    Curing catalyst for epoxy resins.

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  14. Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE)

    Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE)

    Starting at: $48.00

    Curing agent for epoxy resins.

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  15. Propylene Oxide, EM Grade

    Propylene Oxide, EM Grade

    Starting at: $39.00

    Solvent used in the last stage of dehydration of tissue for epoxy embedding.

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  16. Epon® Resin 1001F

    Epon® Resin 1001F

    Starting at: $81.00

    (Bisphenol A diglycidyl ether) WPE: 525-550

    Higher MW epoxy resin cured by amine catalyst, used for embedding.

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  17. Epon® Resin 828

    Epon® Resin 828

    Starting at: $114.00

    (Bisphenol A diglycidyl ether) WPE: 185-192

    Epon® Resin 828 is a standard epoxy resin used in formulation, fabrication and fusion technology. Widely used for embedding and potting. When cross-linked or hardened with appropriate amine curing agents, very good mechanical adhesive, dielectric and chemical resistance properties are obtained.

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  18. Dibutyltin dilaurate

    Dibutyltin dilaurate

    Starting at: $129.00

    Catalyst for polymerizing lactide and glycolide and isocyanate reactions.

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  19. Poly(ethylene glycol) distearate 6,000

    Poly(ethylene glycol) distearate 6,000

    Starting at: $77.00

    A removable embedding medium for thin and thick sections. In thicker sections the exterior surface of mitochondria can be observed whereas in resin-embedded thin sections the mitochondria are most frequently observed in a cross section. DGD is used to prepare tissue for immunofluorescent localization of cytoskeletal components. Also used for tissue preparation for in-situ hybridization with nucleic acid probes.

    MW = Molecular weight of PEG.

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