VECTABOND® Reagent, Tissue Section Adhesion

SP-1800-7
SKU Unit Size Price Qty
SP-1800-7 7 ml
$129.00

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Description

The VECTABOND® Reagent for Tissue Section Adhesion is designed to significantly increase the adherence of both frozen and paraffin-embedded tissue sections and cell preparations to glass slides and coverslips. It chemically modifies the surface of the glass with positive charges to form a highly adherent surface.

Features:

  • Tissues remain attached even under extreme conditions such as high temperature antigen unmasking techniques and in situ hybridization
  • VECTABOND Reagent treated slides can be stored for long periods
  • 7 ml concentrate dilutes to 350 ml
  • Treats at least 500 standard slides

Specifications

More Information
Unit Size 7 ml
Applications Immunohistochemistry / Immunocytochemistry, Immunofluorescence, In situ hybridization
Recommended Usage The VECTABOND® Reagent for Tissue Section Adhesion is designed to significantly increase the adherence of both frozen and paraffin-embedded tissue sections and cell preparations to glass slides and coverslips. It chemically modifies the surface of the glass with positive charges to form a highly adherent surface.
Recommended Storage Room temperature. For best results, we recommend that the entire contents be used at once. If a partially used bottle is to be kept, store the sealed bottle at room temperature and protect from moisture.

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Product FAQs

How long can I store VECTABOND® working solution once diluted in acetone?

VECTABOND Reagent is supplied as a 7 ml concentrate that is diluted in acetone immediately prior to use. Once diluted in acetone, as per the instructions for use, it is recommended that the working solution be used as soon as possible. Storage of this working solution is not practical beyond a few hours as the chemicals will start to break down and the solution will turn a yellowish color. Once this has happened, slide coating will not be optimal and the working solution should be discarded.

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