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      This mixture is less viscous than the final embedding mixture of EMbed-812.

      • Electron Microscopy Sciences' replacement for the discontinued Epon-812. Produces the same results in terms of preservation, handling, sectioning, and staining as the old Epon-812.

        • €184.80 €219.91
          €184.80 €219.91
          Slow-curing transparent epoxy, particularly suited for vacuum impregnation and mounting very delicate specimens. By adding Epodye (a fluorescent dye), the identification of pores and cracks is made very easy.
          • Starting at €11.10 €13.21

            Starting at €11.10 €13.21

            Provides excellent penetration for embedding biological tissues and rapid infiltration.

            • Starting at €8.10 €9.64

              Starting at €8.10 €9.64

              A water miscible epoxy resin used for both light and electron microscopy. Its low viscosity permits easy infiltration and embedding, and yields light-colored blocks.

              • An aromatic polyepoxide, a colorless resin of relatively low viscosity, with virtually no shrinkage.

                • Starting at €8.10 €9.64

                  Starting at €8.10 €9.64

                  Luft's Formula. Polymerization takes place overnight so blocks can be sectioned the next day. J. Biochem. Biophy. Cytol. 9, 409 (1961).

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                    Mollenhauer Epon-Araldite Formula. For hard blocks and high image contrast. Blocks are easily sectioned. Stain Tech., 39,11 (1964)

                    • Three different mixtures: one for relatively soft blocks, another for harder blocks for collagenous tissue, and a tougher one if required.

                      • €547.40 €651.41
                        €547.40 €651.41
                        A Modification of the Dr. Spurr’s Formula for Biological, Material, and Mineralogical Specimens.