We have a catalogue of reagents for manual stains:
KIT RAL 555
This is a quick hematology stain.
The complete protocol lasts between 15 seconds and 3 minutes.
The advantage of this kit is that the reagent bottles are ready, the staining is done by dipping the ports in them.
It does not require any dilution of the reagent so it saves work and standardizes staining.
MGG + BUFFER
The traditional staining of May Grünwald Giemsa.
It consists of 3 reagents: May Grünwald, GIEMSA (diluted with buffer) and buffer used to prepare the GIEMSA and for rinses
The GIEMSA solution is available in two versions, the R, which is the standard (tints in 10 minutes) and the slower-acting L (20 minutes) and is used for wet samples and tissue sections. Customers will use R generally,
Our MGG reagent has 2 advantages:
-Dilution 1/20 or 1/30: One of the most concentrated in the market, is diluted to 1/20 or 1/30 with the buffer, according to the protocol used.
-PH Buffer: Used for staining instead of water. It makes the staining much more stable and homogeneous over time. The constant PH produces a better stain, the GIEMSA solution lasts longer and allows to standardize the results. It also makes it easier to clean the instruments (staining glasses) once used, thus producing fewer artifacts in future stains.
The reagent you already know from the RAL Stainer in its manual version. It is the modification of the MGG to run without methanol.
-no dilution is necessary. In this way the staining is still more standardized and facilitates the work of the laboratory staff.
-High reagent stability, always obtaining good quality staining.
Reagent for the diagnosis of leukemia.
Once again it is a safe reagent because it is not toxic.
It is a standardized and reproducible method. All consumables and reagents are already included in a single kit and prepared with drip systems for ease of use.
Reagent for the staining of ferric salts through the reaction of Prussian blue.
The kit includes everything you need for staining.
All reagents are ready to be used.