AURION Immuno Gold (Silver) Staining

aurion Aurion develops and manufactures a comprehensive line of the highest quality immuno gold and auxiliary reagents: conventional gold conjugates as well as signature products such as subnanometer Ultra Small immuno gold conjugates, R-Gent SE-EM, an electron microscopy grade silver enhancement reagent and Aurion BSA-c™, an incubation buffer additive for minimizing background. While each product meets its promised quality, the synergistic combination of Aurion's products yields optimum results. For succesful immuno detection experiments: choose for the Aurion method.

Microscience Microscopy Congress 2015

Aurion will be exhibiting at the Microscience Microscopy Congress 2015, Europe's largest exhibition of microscopy equipment and accessory products. The Congress takes place on June 29 - July 2, 2015 at Manchester Central, United Kingdom. You are very welcome to visit us at stand 96!


aurion Aurion provides high quality workshops world-wide for researchers seeking a firm understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of the immunogold/silver staining techniques. Participants bring their own ready-to-use specimens and primary antibodies so that they may learn, practice and evaluate the labeling on-site with guidance.
Forthcoming workshops.

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AURION Products

Aurion is representative of:
Diatome and Electron Microscopy Sciences

To order Aurion products contact a distributor from the listing below. For The Netherlands, Belgium and non-listed countries you can contact Aurion.
Listing of Aurion Distributors


Workshops/lectures and Masterclasses IGSS 2015

May 28-29, 2015, Lecture at EM Techniques Workshop, the University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA

June 2-4, 2015, Masterclass IGSS, Laboratory Aurion, Wageningen,...

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Nieuwe catalogus Electron Microscopy Sciences

De nieuwe catalogus XVII van Electron Microscopy Sciences is onlangs verschenen. Daarin...

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International Masterclass IGSS 2014

November 18-20, 2014, Laboratory Aurion, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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