A combination of two hematoxylin stains- hematoxylin and eosin make H&E. The hematoxylin stains cell nuclei blue, and eosin stains the extracellular matrix and cytoplasm pink, with different designs taking on various shades, hues, and mixes of these colours. For regular diagnosis, the method of Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E) is by far favoured for observing cellular and tissue structure detail by pathologists. The variety of stain energy is regularly determined by the pathologist's learning experience and personal preference. Since this stain shows a particularly wide scope of cytoplasmic, nuclear, and extracellular matrix features, virtually all teaching texts use H&E pictures. This simple and essential stain is used even today, the process being unchanged for over a century.
Biopsy specimens are grossed and proccesed to produce Tissue sections which are Universally stained with Hematoxylin & Eosin to make them visible by Microscope. Automated H&E stainer makes this process consistent and faster, with optimised staining Protocol.
DSS has been representing the H&E solution combines the advanced Dako CoverStainer with ready-to-use reagents, a validated, optimized protocol, and features - an intelligent, automated reagent handling system.