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.

EMC 2016 Lyon France

aurion Aurion will be present at the 16th European Microscopy Congress in Lyon France on August 28, 2016 - September 2, 2016. You are welcome to visit us at our booth #16!


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 2016

October 17-21, 2016, Workshop IGSS and cryosectioning, University of Maryland, Core Imaging Facility, Baltimore, USA

November 22-24, 2016, Masterclass IGSS, Laboratory...

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Nieuwe Catalogus Electron Microscopy Sciences

De nieuwe catalogus 2014/2015 (nummer XVI) van Electron Microscopy Sciences is onlangs verschenen. Daarin vindt u een uitgebreid assortiment aan...

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Novel cryofixation method

A successful immuno detection experiment combines high quality detection reagents and an optimized incubation protocol with specimens displaying well-preserved antigens and...

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