staining

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staining

The application of a liquid dye solution to a porous surface to impart color.
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Report from the Biological Stain Commission: FDA issues final rule for classification/reclassification of immunochemistry (IHC) reagents and kits.
Quality assurance and standardization in the immunohistochemistry: a proposal for the annual meeting of the Biological Stain Commission, June 1991.
The Stains & Dyes Product Guide lists 55 dyes certified by the Biological Stain Commission as well as over 300 of Sigma-Aldrich's most popular stains or dyes, listed by grade.
The patent will also cover use of this video analysis method in combination with any biological stain, including Zila(R) Tolonium Chloride.
used their proprietary EMP protocols to analyze all of the medical-purpose dyes that are used to make biological stains that are routinely certified each year for medical and research use by the Biological Stain Commission.
Haber is creating applications and protocols for its EMP technology in niche markets for dye, biological stain, DNA, protein, and forensic chemistry.