- Product code: ACMBS-38
- Specifications: 20mL, 100mL (Box)
- Intended use: Intended for identifying glycogen and other polysaccharides
- Store temperature: 2℃～8℃
- Expiry date: 12 Months
Amylase is a generic term for enzymes that hydrolyze starch and glycogen. Amylase generally acts on soluble starch, amylose, glycogen, etc., and cuts off the α-1,4-chain indiscriminately, and decomposes it into disaccharides and monosaccharides. Since monosaccharides are extracted during histochemical operations such as immobilization, dehydration, and embedding, the sugars that can be displayed on general tissue specimens are mainly polysaccharides, including glycogen, mucopolysaccharides, mucins, glycoproteins, glycolipid and so on. Therefore, to determine whether the red substance after PAS staining is glycogen, it is also necessary to carry out amylase digestion comparison experiments.
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Cell smear staining:
Tissue section staining:
1. Chinese Medical Association. Clinical technical operating specifications-pathology volumes [M]. People's Military Medical Publishing House.
2. Ling Qibo. Practical pathology special staining and histochemistry technology [M]. Guangdong Higher Education Press.
3. People's Republic of China national health and Family Planning Commission of medical affairs authority. The clinical laboratory operating procedures [M]. Fourth edition. Beijing: People's Medical Publishing House, 2014.
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