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JB-4® Embedding Kit - Solution A (Monomer)

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0226A-800 800 ml
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Description

Solution A (Monomer) is a water-soluble 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA), more commonly known as "glycol methacrylate" used with JB-4® Embedding Kit (Cat. # 00226).
Reference(s):

Sullivan-Brown J., Bisher M.E., Burdine R.D., (2011) Embedding, Serial Sectioning and Staining of Zebrafish Embryos Using JB-4™ Resin. Nature Protocols 6(1):46-55

Xiaofang Wang X., Johnson D.H., (2000) mRNA In Situ Hybridization of TIGR/MYOC in Human Trabecular Meshwork. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 41:1724–1729

Duello T.M., Gumkowski F.C., (1986) Immunocytochemical localization of protein antigens in large sections of tissues embedded in water-soluble embedding media.  J Histochem Cytochem 34(4): 535-538

Horton W.A., Dwyer C., Goering R., Dean D.C., (1983) Immunohistochemistry of types I and II collagen in undecalcified skeletal tissues. J Histochem Cytochem 31(3):417-425.

Tacha, D.E., Richard T.C., (1981) Comparison of Glycol Methacrylate-and Paraffin-Embedded Tissues for identification of Tritium-Labeled Cells after Emulsion Radioautography. J Histotech 4(2):59-62

Higuchi S., Suga M., Dannenberg A.M. Jr, Schofield B.H., (1979) Histochemical demonstration of enzyme activities in plastic and paraffin embedded tissue sections. Stain Technol, 54(1):5-12. 


Hazards:
Irritant , Skin sensitizer
Handling:
Gloves & fume hood
Storage:
Store at 4 degrees celsius
Code:
HO5d - (hazard/handling/storage codes)

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