Used in Tzanck preparations of herpetic lesions and to differentiate acidophilic and basophilic structures. Stain can be directly applied to frozen sections, epoxy or JB-4® embedded sections and utilized as a general cytoplasmic and nuclear stain. MSS also differentiates various cytologic processes including basal cell & squamous cell carcinomas, malignant melanoma, B-cell lymphoma, acute myelomonocytic leukemia, and metastatic breast cancer. Replacement for the former Paragon Multiple Stain (PMS).
- Easy to Use - One step procedure with H & E quality staining
- Save Time - Stain directly in GMA, MMA, Paraffin and Frozen Sections
- Quick & Easy - Stain for Neural Anatomical Studies in Paraffin and Frozen Sections
- Flammable liquid
- Gloves & fume hood
- Store at room temperature
- C5g - (hazard/handling/storage codes)