Infiltration, embedding and demolding media
Paraffin is the most commonly used medium for infiltration, embedding and formation of tissue blocks. It provides support to the tissue block during the cutting of thin histology sections.
Blend of paraffin waxes with low melting point at 52/54°C for processing wide range of different samples. Lower melting point makes it suitable for working with delicate tissues without deforming or damaging and allows good preservation of tissue morphology during processing.
Blend of paraffin waxes with melting point at 56/58°C for optimal infiltration and routine work, enables easier formation of ribbons, virtually no cut resistance and better overall results.
Blend of blue paraffin waxes with a melting point at 56/58°C and added plastic polymers for optimal infiltration. Especially suitable for small tissue samples. Blue color provides the contrast that enables easier visualization during processing. It is also recommended for use in immunoperoxidase methods.
BioWax Plus 56/58
An optimal blend of paraffin wax and plastic polymers with a melting point at 56/58°C. Its properties include a low-shrinkage rate during cooling down and excellent section creation without deformations. It provides excellent infiltration into tissues and reduces the tendency of tissue to crack.
Medium in spray bottle for freezing histological samples.
Embedding matrix for cryosectioning of tissue samples known as OCT medium (optimal cutting temperature). Efficient at temperatures of -10°C and below. Available in 6 different colors.
Solution for refilling DeMold Spray bottle.
Solution in a spray bottle for easy removal of paraffin tissue blocks from the mold.