New Automated Gram Staining Protocol
In these experiments the traditional method of Gram staining used around 500 ml of water, while the automated protocol used 0.5 ml of water, this demonstrates a roughly 1000x reduction in wash water that is contaminated with staining reagents.
Parhelia Omni-Stainer™ tissue staining techniques and tips
Yury Goltsev (int. CSO), will be taking us through the nitty, gritty practical details of setting up slide and coverslip samples for IHC, CODEX, RNA-FISH, IF and H&E stains.
Complete Automated Tissue Staining with Parhelia™ Bio’s Omni-Stainer™ on the OT-2
As the spatial biology sector explodes, there is a developing need for an effective, reliable, reproducible, and accessible tissue staining … Read more
Parhelia Biosciences Omni-Stainer™ Launch Webinar
Parhelia Biosciences are so pleased to be launching our new range of Omni-Stainer™ tissue staining instruments designed specifically to offer … Read more
Opentrons Interview with Parhelia Biosciences
In 2021, Parhelia Biosciences were proud to release our Early Adopter tissue staining device called the PAR2, a predecessor to … Read more