H is for Haematoxylin

In our last post, we explored Gram staining and mentioned that it was more common than some of our other … Continue reading “H is for Haematoxylin”

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G is for Gram Stain

In the seventh of our A-Z series, we look at a more common stain and one you are likely to … Continue reading “G is for Gram Stain”

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F is Fontana-Masson

Welcome to the sixth post of our staining A-Z, last time we spoke about eosin– one of the most common … Continue reading “F is Fontana-Masson”

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E is for Eosin

As one of the most commonly used laboratory chemicals, many of you will be familiar with the uses of eosin. … Continue reading “E is for Eosin”

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D is for DPX

Welcome to the fourth in our A-Z series- D is for DPX.   What is DPX? First, the mysterious initials- … Continue reading “D is for DPX”

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Supporting CellPath Equipment Users

We caught up with Callum Jervis, longstanding CellPath employee, to find out more about his new role in the company … Continue reading “Supporting CellPath Equipment Users”

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C is for Carbol Fuchsin

Welcome to the third post in our A-Z of staining series. Here, we discuss the letter C, that’s C for … Continue reading “C is for Carbol Fuchsin”

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B is for Bluing

The process of bluing is to convert the soluble red component of haematoxylin into an insoluble blue. It is a … Continue reading “B is for Bluing”

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Laboratory Support – Understanding your environmental commitments and obligations

Welcome to the Laboratory Support series where we discuss some of the challenges laboratories face in their day-to-day operations. We … Continue reading “Laboratory Support – Understanding your environmental commitments and obligations”

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