Wright's Blood Stain Kit, (#BZ1250, BZ1250L)
Wright's Blood Stain and Phosphate Buffer in 1 convenient package. Wright's stain is used in histology to differentiate blood cells. Composed of a mixture of red and blue dyes, it is used primarily to stain peripheral blood smears and bone marrow aspirates which are examined under a microscope. Phosphate Buffer is used in conjunction with Wright's stain in the staining and rinsing process. Basic instructions are included. Methods and preferences vary, therefore, we recommended you research options for your application and choose the method best for you. Available in 2 sizes.
- A Red/Blue Histologic Stain that Differentiates Blood Cells
- Small Kit contains 15 ml Wright's Blood Stain and 30ml Buffer (BZ1250)
- Large Kit contains 120ml Wright's Blood Stain and 250ml Buffer (BZ1250L)
- Includes Basic Instructions
- Safety Data Sheets
- For educational laboratory use only. Keep out of reach of children.
DOT Info: Small quantity exemption for land and rail transportation only.
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Will you ship wrights blood stain to Canada - Calgary, AB
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Why is is only for educational laboratory use?
Thank you visiting BenzMicroscope.com! Our chemical kits and solutions do not include Certificates of Analysis, which are required in some laboratory settings. Because of this, our manufacturer specifies them for educational use. These items are produced in the USA and of top quality, so it is to the discretion of the user how they are utilized. Please let us know if we can be of any futher assistance!