Our diagnostic tools, such as histological equipment and reagents, support a full range of detection and monitoring methods.
From the visualization of stem cells in tissue sections to the characterization of cell cultures, histology, cytology, and immunohistochemistry have become essential tools in stem cell research. From in vitro culture to in vivo functional assays, stem cell researchers depend on high quality histology equipment and reagents to assess the state of stem cell of cultures, identify the transplanted stem progenitors, and assess the pluripotency of their human embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cell lines. When developing screening assays, stem cell researchers require reliable, consistent and reproducible equipment and reagents.
Reliability, consistency and reproducibility are qualities at the core of our Shandon histological equipment and reagents and allow you to have confidence in your results.