Xylene

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Last Updated: 08 May 2022
a study to evaluate the efficacy of xylene-free hematoxylin and eosin staining procedure as compared to the conventional hematoxylin and eosin staining: an experimental study. "a study to evaluate the efficacy of xylene-free hematoxylin and eosin staining procedure as compared to the conventional hematoxylin and eosin staining: an experimental study.", by Ankle MR, Joshi PS. F4: Photomicrograph showing (a) deterioration of cytoplasmic staining in (10 of 60) xylene- and alcohol-free sections. Xylene- and alcohol-free H and E, 40×, (b) out-of-focus areas in the xylene- and alcohol-free H and E-stained sections,...

Xylene is a colorless, flammable fluid with a wonderful odor. Some examples of employees at risk of being subjected to xylene consist of the following: Painters and furniture refinishers that use paint slimmers, solvents, lacquers and repaint eliminators; Biomedical lab workers that use it as a solvent to deal with tissue specimens and wash spots; Workers associated with purification and filtration of xylene; Workers employed in markets that use xylene as a resources; Gas station and vehicle garage workers with exposure to petroleum items. If you operate in a market that uses xylene, please review chemical tags and the accompanying Safety Data Sheets for threat information.

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