Antimycotic definition and use in microbiology.
Antimycotics are compounds that inhibit the growth of, or kill fungi (yeasts and molds). In microbiology, antimycotics can be used in selective media formulations to inhibit the growth of fungi in environmental or food samples to facilitate the isolation of bacterial pathogens. Antimycotics can also be used in susceptibility tests to determine how effective a given antimycotic is against a fungal pathogen or to trace antimycotic resistance patterns. In selective media formulations, amphotericin B and cycloheximide are the most frequently used antimycotics.
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4-Aminobenzoic acid packaged and labeled.
4-Aminobenzoic acid (PABA, para-aminobenzoic acid) is a B-vitamin derivative and is used by bacteria to synthesize folate (vitamin B9).
Amphotericin B, EP packaged and labeled.
Amphotericin B, EP is a polyene antifungal or antimycotic compound derived from Streptomyces nodosus. 
Blasticidin S packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Blasticidin S is a nucleoside produced by several species of Streptomyces.
Elaiophylin packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Elaiophylin is a highly characteristic metabolite produced by Streptomyces hygroscopicus. Elaiophylin inhibits testosterone 5-reductase...
Miconazole nitrate packaged and labeled.
Miconazole nitrate is an imidazole antimycotic compound. Miconazole targets fungi that cause tinea...
Nonactin packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Nonactin is the smallest member of the macrotetrolide complex produced by a range of Streptomyces species. Originally the name...
Nourseothricin (Streptothricin) Sulfate
Nourseothricin is an antibiotic in the Streptothricin class of antibiotics.
Amphotericin B, solubilized packaged and labeled in glass bottle.
Amphotericin B, Solublized is a solubilized form of Amphotericin B.
Cycloheximide packaged and labeled.
Cycloheximide is a protein synthesis inhibitor in eukaryotic cells.
Amphotericin B, USP packaged and labeled in glass bottle.
Amphotericin B, USP is a polyene antifungal/antimycotic compound derived from Streptomyces nodosus.
Toxoflavin packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Toxoflavin (PKF 118-310) is an azapteridine antibiotic produced by Burkholderia gladioli, that has shown potent anticancer and antibiotic properties.  It is an effective antagonist of Tcf4/b-catenin signaling as well as an inhibitor of multiple anticancer targets, such as Survivin, KDM4A, and SIRT1/2.
Caspofungin acetate packaged and labeled.
Caspofungin acetate is a sparingly soluble (0.367 mg/mL) lipopeptide antifungal which specifically targets the fungal...
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