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      *AccuQuik™ Microscope Slides are CE, ISO, USFDA certified.

      ** AccuQuik™ Microscope Slides are manufactured in our facilities located in China/India/USA.

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      25.4 x 76.2 mm;25 x 75 mm;26 x 76 mm




      Plain;Single Frosted;Double Frosted


      50 pieces/box;72 pieces/box

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        Product Information

        AdvaCare is a CE, ISO and USFDA manufacturer of Microscope Slides.

        The AccuQuick™ brand of Microscope Slides, manufactured in multiple sizes and configurations, are internationally distributed and recognized for reliable quality and exceptional value. With distribution across developed and developing markets alike, our products are uniquely positioned as the brand of choice for medical professionals.

        Manufactured from high-quality glass material, AdvaCare’s microscope slides are subject to rigid quality control procedures designed to ensure maximum flatness without impurities or defects. Our microscope slides feature perfectly cut microtome sections and fine ground edges that ensure reasonable thickness which in turn allows for maximum resolution of the structural components.

        AdvaCare’s microscope slides are pre-washed, polished and are manufactured following strict GMP, CE, ISO, and USFDA standards.

        Additional Information

        AccuQuik microscopic slides can be used both for dry mounting and wet mounting.

        In dry mounting a thinly sliced section is put in the middle of the slide and then slid is put on top of the sample.

        Dry mounts are ideal to observe feathers, airborne particles, dust, and dead matter, for example, insects and hair. If the specimen is opaque a very thin slice is required for proper illumination. Dry mount specimens are usually inorganic or dead matter so therefore dry mounts can last a long time.

        Wet mounts are usually used for living organisms and wet samples that contain water, glycerin, brine and immersion oil. When using a wet mount, you will also need tweezers, liquid, pipette, and paper towels.

        Preparing a wet mount requires dropping a drop of fluid on the slide. The next step is putting the sample into the liquid on the slide with tweezers. Put the cover on without making any air bubbles that would disturb the examination. Lastly, remove the excess water.

        The wet mount is used to prepare a lot of different microscopic slides.

        Adding petroleum jelly to the outer edges will make organisms as protozoa live longer because the seal will be created.

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        Benefits of Microscope Slides

        • Sterile and easy to control for proper examination of specimen;
        • They are available, affordable, and convenient to use.
        • This technology is portable, automatic, and easily disposable;


        There are in total four common ways to mount a microscope slide:

        • In a dry mount, the specimen is placed directly on the slide – Feel free to use a coverslip to keep the specimen in place and simultaneously protect the objective lens of the microscope;
        • In a wet mount, a drop of water is used to suspend the specimen between the slide and coverslip – This method is most effective in preventing air bubbles from being trapped under the coverslip;
        • In a suction mount, an extremely thin cross-section of a specimen is used (cut using a microtome);
        • In a smear mount, a smear is made by carefully smearing a thin layer of the specimen across a slide and then applying a coverslip.


        • Can break if not handled properly;
        • Humidity and temperature can adversely affect results;
        • The used slide should be discarded according to local regulations.

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