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MALA Scientific Products


  • Three Blood Cell Kits

  • One Human Skin Kit

  • One Cancer Booklet

Everything you need to know

 Visual Human Blood Cell Models (US Patent)

Students find it difficult to visualize blood cells using conventional light microscopy.  Our classroom-tested novel blood cell visual models enable students to instantly grasp normal blood cell biology, various types of leukemia, and infectious disease-related disorders.  Students also learn quantitative biology using a macroscopic hematocytometer grid to key down specific diseases or conditions.

Blood Cell Kits come complete with:

  • Teachers Models that are macroscopic, 3-dimensional, and tactile

  • A detailed lesson plan booklet with three clear lessons

  • Student supplies that represent various blood cell types enabling students to visually and quantitatively understand specific blood cell diseases

A: Full kit representing normal control plus 8 specific blood diseases

  • Normal Control

  • Sickle Cell Anemia

  • Polycythemia

  • Hairy Cell Leukemia

  • Lymphatic Leukemia

  • Monocytic Leukemia

  • Myeloid Leukemia

  • Basophilia

  • Eosinophilia

How does it work?  A detailed lesson plan booklet takes students through 3 lesson plans:

1. Using novel 90mm Petriscope Models and information in the lesson plan, students learn the basics of blood cell biology.

2. Using models and biodegradable supplies, students learn qualitative defects and the changes in blood cells leading to disease.  Students construct similar models and learn details of each disease.

3. Using the same supplies and a macroscopic hemacytometer, students learn the quantitative differences between each disease, and key down unknown samples thus reinforcing their knowledge of the disease and learning quantitative biological approaches.

Lesson Plan Booklet
Student supplies
Macroscopic hemocytometer
Blood cell models

B: A leukemia kit representing normal control and 3 blood cell malignancies

This kit uses the same qualitative and quantitative approaches to teach students about specific leukemias:

  • Lymphatic Leukemia

  • Myeloid Leukemia

  • Monocytic Leukemia

  • Normal Control

Leukemia blood cell models, lesson plan and student supplies

C: An infection-related kit representing normal control and 3 blood cell responses to infections

This kit uses the same qualitative and quantitative approaches to teach students about specific blood cell conditions related to infectious diseases:​

  • Basophilia

  • Eosinophilia

  • Sickle Cell Anemia

  • Normal Control

Infection related blood cell models, lesson plan booklet, and student supplies

D. Human Skin Model Kit: “Think Inside the Box”

The Integumentary system is often the first major organ system studied in many Biology and Anatomy/Physiology labs.  Students often cannot comprehend the complexity of human skin structures using current educational methods.


‘Think Inside the Box’ is the first-ever, hands-on model to study the integumentary system by building various skin layers in a small clear box using a colorful original materials.

The kit includes:

  • A detailed lesson plan with information on all skin layers.

  • Materials for constructing a model of human skin

  • Colorful original hand-drawn illustration materials

Human Skin kit with lesson plan and model supplies

Working in groups of 2-4, students read and learn from the lesson plan, write answers to the questions provided, and retain information as they build the skin layers in a clear plastic box.

The activity is engaging, fun, and leaves students with a lasting memory

E. Booklet: Cancers that Affect High School & College Age Students

MaLa Scientific has created an easy-to-read booklet to educate young adults on cancer education and prevention. 

The booklet covers 8 cancers that can impact young people:

Included are detailed information, original illustrations, and ten proactive measures for cancer prevention.

  • Leukemia

  • Lymphoma

  • Skin

  • Thyroid

  • Brain

  • Lung

  • Cervix

  • Testicular 

Cancer booklet on cancers that can affect HS and College age students
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