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HRP Magenta

HRP Magenta chromogen for Dako Omnis
A new color for the EnVision FLEX family on
Dako Omnis

Introducing HRP Magenta, a new chromogen available for your Dako Omnis solution that complements the brown color obtained with DAB chromogen.

HRP Magenta offers:

  • Clear, distinct staining
  • High contrast, vibrant color
  • Visible details

Staining Examples

Seamless integration of
HRP Magenta
Seamless integration

Adding HRP Magenta is simple and seamless, and introduces only one new vial. All other vials are interchangeable with the other high-quality EnVision FLEX products for your Dako Omnis instrument and mixing is performed onboard the instrument. IHC protocols on Dako Omnis can easily be validated for use with HRP Magenta.

HRP Magenta simplifies your IHC visualization
  • Two colors integrated in one workflow
  • Load 'red' cases as an integral part of your routine IHC
  • Only adds one new vial to the plug-and-play EnVision FLEX system for Dako Omnis
  • Gives your lab a lean workflow and fast turnaround times

Dako Omnis in lab

Why is HRP Magenta
unique?

HRP Magenta is a unique Agilent invention. Derived from a well-known chromogen used for many years in other industries, the molecule has been chemically modified to fit perfectly into HRP-based visualization on Dako Omnis. The stable structure of HRP Magenta offers:

  • A clear, transparent color that
    also makes HRP Magenta
    ideal for image analysis
  • Stains that can be
    permanently mounted

Enabling confident patient diagnosis

  • Superior cellular details
  • Excellent contrast and morphology
  • Crisp, clear staining supports easy assessment

HRP Magenta offers a crisp, clear
contrast
Crisp, Clear contrast

As a contrast to hematoxylin and pigmentation in tissue, the high intensity staining and color nuance provided by HRP Magenta offer an excellent complementary color for your stains

See inside like never before

See inside like never before

Unlike many other chromogens, HRP Magenta is transparent, yet still clearly visible and intense. Nuclei are easily identified and details are visible.

Interested in learning more about HRP Magenta?