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Hollande's Fixative from ScyTek Laboratories

ProductsHollande's Fixative from ScyTek Laboratories
Company ScyTek Laboratories
Item Hollande's Fixative
Price $3,075.00
Description Hollandes is a fixative useful for routine procedures. Hollandes contains formaldehyde for cytoplasmic fixation. It is stable and will decalcify small bone specimens. Tissue that is fixed with Hollande's can be stained successfully with most stains, and the cupric acetate in the solution stabilizes red blood cell membranes and cosinophil and endocrine cell granules so that less lysis occurs than with Bouin's solution. Hollande's is widely used as a fixative for biopsy specimens of the gastrointestinal tract.
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205 South 600 West
Logan, UT 84321
Customer Service: (800) 729-8350
Fax Number: (435) 755-0015
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