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Peel-A-Way embedding molds

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disposable paraffin molds for embedding





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General description

Peel-A-Way® embedding molds are disposable paraffin molds that are designed to be peeled from solidified embedding blocks. The dimensions are 22mm x 22mm square x 20mm deep. They are used in histology and pathology laboratories for embedding tissue or for embedding cells generated from suspension cultures in paraffin wax or other embedding media. Peel-A-Way® embedding molds feature a unique design, which allows for easy orientation of tissue samples.


Peel-A-Way® Embedding molds are used for multiple applications like:
  • for histology and immunohistochemistry studies of Multicellular Tumor Spheroids (MTSs) embedded in 1% agarose gel.
  • in sample preparation for confocal microscopy, image acquisition, and image analysis of brain tissues. PBS containing 6% low-melt agarose solution was poured to cover tissues into Peel-A-Way® Embedding molds.
  • Peel-A-Way® embedding mold is suitable for sectioning of embryos and in preparation of acute tissue slices of mouse spinal cord.


288 molds per case

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Peel-A-Way is a registered trademark of Polysciences, Inc.
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