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  • 23-PC Prepared slides set
  • High quality microscope slides
  • Human and mammal histology
  • Set for education
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Prepared slides sets

MODELS Slide set for Human histology Mammal histology Number of slides Supplied in  
PB.5211 education 23 plastic box  
PB.5222 education 23 plastic box  

How Are Cells Stained and Slides Prepared?

Cell staining techniques and preparation depend on the type of stain and analysis used. One or more of the following procedures may be required to prepare a sample:

• Permeabilization - treatment of cells, generally with a mild surfactant, which dissolves cell membranes in order to allow larger dye molecules to enter inside the cell.

• Fixation - serves to "fix" or preserve cell or tissue morphology through the preparation process. This process may involve several steps, but most fixation procedures involve adding a chemical fixative that creates chemical bonds between proteins to increase their rigidity. Common fixatives include formaldehyde, ethanol, methanol, and/or picric acid.

• Mounting - involves attaching samples to a glass microscope slide for observation and analysis. Cells may either be grown directly to the slide or loose cells can be applied to a slide using a sterile technique. Thin sections (slices) of material such as tissue may also be applied to a microscope slide for observation.

• Staining - application of stain to a sample to color cells, tissues, components, or metabolic processes. This process may involve immersing the sample (before or after fixation or mounting) in a dye solution and then rinsing and observing the sample under a microscope. Some dyes require the use of a mordant, which is a chemical compound that reacts with the stain to form an insoluble, colored precipitate. The mordanted stain will remain on/in the sample when excess dye solution is washed away.

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PB.5221 23 Set of human and mammal slides (education)

The set contains: 

EPHITELIUM AND CONNECTIVE TISSUES

SH.1001 Loose connective tissue, rabbit
SH.1005 Hyaline cartilage rabbit, section
SH.1011 Hard bone grinding, human, section
SH.1049 Muscle types, striated, smooth, heart muscle, dog, l.s.
SH.1060 Tendon, dog, l.s.
SH.1070 Squamous epithelium, human, isolated cells from mouth, smear
SH.1072 Skin section through hair follicle, human
SH.1078 Stratified flat epithelium, dog, section

RESPIRATORY, BLOOD CIRCULATION AND ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

SH.1120 Trachea rabbit, c.s.
SH.1130 Artery and vein, rabbit, c.s.
SH.1150 Blood smear human, Giemsa stained

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

SH.1210 Stomach wall, dog, section
SH.1230 Small intestine, dog, c.s.
SH.1250 Liver, pig, section

URINARY AND GENITAL SYSTEM

SH.1310 Injected kidney rabbit, sec.
SH.1330 Testis rabbit, c.s.
SH.1340 Ovary rabbit with developed eggs
SH.1376 Human chromosomes in blood, female

NERVOUS SYSTEM AND SENSORY ORGANS

SH.1410 Nerve, rabbit, c.s. and l.s.
SH.1430 Cerebrum section, dog
SH.1450 Spinal cord, rabbit, c.s.
SH.1470 Taste buds, rabbit, l.s.
SH.1490 Retina, rabbit, sec.

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Used abbreviations:
c.s. = cross section
l.s. = longitudinal section
w.m. = whole mount

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PB.5222 23 Set of human and mammal slides (education)

The set contains: 

EPHITELIUM AND CONNECTIVE TISSUES

SH.1006 Elastic cartilage, rabbit
SH.1012 Hard bone grinding of rabbit, tooth, de-calcium
SH.1040 Smooth muscle, teased preparation, rabbit, l.s.+c.s.
SH.1043 Cardiac muscle, dog, l.s.
SH.1045 Skeletal muscle, dog, l.s and c.s.
SH.1075 Skin section with sweat gland, human
SH.1080 Ciliated epithelium, trachea, rabbit

RESPIRATORY, BLOOD CIRCULATION AND ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

SH.1110 Lung with injected blood vessels, rabbit, c.s.
SH.1140 Pancreas, rabbit, section
SH.1160 Lymph node, rabbit, section
SH.1170 Thyroid gland, rabbit, section
SH.1180 Adrenal gland, rabbit, section

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

SH.1220 Oesophagus dog, c.s.
SH.1235 Large intestine, dog, c.s.
SH.1260 Gall bladder, dog, section
SH.1280 Golgi apparatus in Basal spinal ganglion, dog

URINARY AND GENITAL SYSTEM

SH.1315 Kidney rat, sec. cortex & medulla
SH.1360 Sperm human, smear 
SH.1375 Human chromosomes in blood, male
SZ.1724 Fruitfly, drosophila, giant chromosomes of salivary gland, w.m.

NERVOUS SYSTEM AN SENSORY ORGANS

SH.1415 Motor nerve cells with end plates, rabbit, w.m.
SH.1420 Cerebellum section, dog
SH.1480 Eyeball section, rabbit, sagittal section

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Used abbreviations:
c.s. = cross section
l.s. = longitudinal section
w.m. = whole mount

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