Histology Equipment

Histology Equipment Tissue dissection, slicing, preparation, probing, staining, and analysis require tools that reliably produce high-quality samples. Histology equipment for these experimental segments can be compared on our site for price and suitability. Any histology procedure involves embedding tissue followed by a slicing or chopping step for slide preparation. Microtomes, cryostats, freezing stages, and tissue choppers are available, as well as blades that cut embedded tissue to the desired thickness. Additionally, staining tools, such as automated stainers, are available for immunohistochemistry that is performed simultaneously. Many histology experiments require perfusion; perfusion systems and chambers are listed for easy evaluation. Successfully completing any histology procedure can be accomplished by preparing your lab with the right equipment that will prepare and analyze your samples simply and accurately.