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  • Description

    Antibiotic-antimycotic solution is effective against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria as well as yeasts and other fungi in eukaryotic cell culture. The solution is composed of penicillin (10,000 units/mL), streptomycin (10,000 ug/mL), and amphotericin B (25 ug/mL) in 0.9% NaCl.

    Naleway et al. used antibiotic-antimycotic solution from TOKU-E in RPMI 1640 media to grow Primary Human Fibroblasts. "Metabolic Lysosomal Enzyme Probes." 

    Mechanism of Action

    The penicillin works by destroying the cell walls of non-resistant cells by preventing peptidoglycan linkage followed by the triggering of autolysis. Streptomycin disrupts bacterial protein synthesis by binding the ribosomes. Amphotericin B, the anti-fungal element, works by increasing the permeability of the fungal cell membrane by binding to ergosterol .

    • Eukaryotic Cell Culture Applications

      Antibiotic-antimycotic is a plant cell culture test for typical cell lines like HeLa cells and NIH3T3 for growth contaminants and is the most popular cell culture antimycotic and antibacterial solution.



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  • CAS Number61-33-6; 57-92-1; 1397-89-3
    Molecular FormulaC16H18N2O4S; C21H39N7O12; C47H73NO17
    Molecular Weight334.39; 581.57; 924.08
    AppearanceLight yellow solution
    Purity LevelN/A
    SolubilitySolubilized in a proprietary citrate buffer.
    Storage Conditions-20 °C
    AssayAmphotericin B: 25-30µg/mL
    Penicillin G Sodium: 10000-12000 units/mL
    Streptomycin Sulfate: 10000-12000 µg/mL