Biological Stains and Biological Reagents

Abbey Color is at the forefront regarding colorants supplied for biological stains and biological reagents. As a manufacturer of such dyes, Abbey Color can ensure that you receive the finest quality dyes used in critical biological stains, offering both certifiable and BSC certified dyes. Abbey Color is the only worldwide manufacturer of both eosin Y and hematoxylin used for the PAP smear cancer diagnostic test. In addition to these two critical biological stains, Abbey Color is the manufacturer of many other dyes for use in biological stains, including Crystal Violet and Orange G. Check this complete listing of dyes for stains.

Cross section of normal human skin taken with microscope. Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E) stain. Outer layer dead cells (top); epidermis (dark purple, middle); dermis (pink, bottom).Abbey Color is well-respected as a leading supplier of dyes used in biological stains and biological reagents. For example, Abbey Color is the preferred supplier of hematoxylin and eosin Y for the newly developing computer-based pre-screening diagnostic tools in the market today.

Dyes and Colorants for Biological Stains from Abbey Color – Benefits

As a leader in the supply of these important dyes, Abbey Color offers the following benefits:

  1. Guaranteed consistent quality material
  2. Supply of single lots up to 500 pounds
  3. Dyes in stock for immediate delivery – overnight shipping available upon request
  4. Competitive pricing

Histological kidney tissue section with eosin y biological stain taken with a microscope. Nuclei stain blue and cell cytoplasm is pink. Scattered red blood cells. Mostly tubules with two glomeruli present. Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E) stain.

What are Biological Stains?

Biological stains are used for the medical and biological industries to aid in detection of structures within tissues. This can include the detection of abnormalities, but is not limited to that. The stains are used to define and examine cell populations within the tissues, to mark cells, or to flag proteins.

As different stains react to different parts of the cell or tissue, they are useful in the identification of specific areas within the biological material which require focus.

 

Abbey Color – Your Manufacturer and Supplier of Dyes and Colorants for Biological Stains and Biological Reagents

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