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Haematology reagents

Haematology stainings are routine methods in clinical laboratories to study abnormalities of blood. Reagena May-Grünwald and Giemsa solutions are intended for use in morphological inspection and differential counting of blood cells. As it is essential to use buffered distilled water throughout the staining procedure, Reagena Phosphate buffer is recommended to use together with MGG stains.

For rapid staining of blood smears Reastain QUICK-DIFF Kit enables only 3 -minute staining procedure. Reastain Quick-Diff Kit is an optimised colour and fixative composition of staining reagents for the differential staining of cellular elements in peripheral blood smears. The kit includes ready-to-use solutions as 500 ml vials of Fix, Blue and Red.

Reagena staining solutions are used in many automated slide-maker stainer for blood samples including Sysmex SP-1000i, Sakura RSG and Mirastainer II. They are available in convenient and economical package sizes or in bulk quantities.

Product
 

Volume

Product code

May-Grünwald-Giemsa staining   

 

 

Giemsa solution

 

 

May-Grünwald solution 0.2 %

 

 

Phosphate buffer 67.0 mmol/l, pH 6.8

100 ml

1 L

5 L

100 ml

1 L

5 L

500 ml

10 L

140119

180119

190119

140211

180211

190211

170105

110105

QUICK-DIFF staining
 

REASTAIN® Quick-Diff Kit

REASTAIN® Quick-Diff Blue

REASTAIN® Quick-Diff Red

REASTAIN® Quick-Diff Fix

3 x 500 ml

3 L

3 L

500 ml

3 L

102164

102035

102034

172033

102033

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Brilliant Cresyl Blue 1.0 %

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Cleaning Solution for Microscope

 

Phloxine 0.05 %

For Mallroy's phloxine-methylene blue or HPS stains.

100 ml

 

50 ml

500 ml

100 ml

140047

 

132022

172022

840104

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