Fungi

Fungal (molds and yeasts) contamination is a common source of biological cell culture contamination due to their ubiquitous distribution in the environment and laboratory facilities. Without the use of antimycotics, molds and yeasts can grow quickly in nutrient rich cell culture media making the media turbid and rapidly increasing the pH of the culture.

To prevent fungal contamination, the following antimycotic compounds can be used in cell culture media to prevent or control mold and yeast contamination.
 
 
 
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Oligomycin B, EvoPure� packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Oligomycin B, a minor component of the oligomycin complex isolated from selected strains of Streptomyces, is an inhibitor...
Oligomycin A, EvoPure� packaged and labeled in glass vial.
Oligomycin A is the dominant analogue of a class of macrocyclic lactones isolated from selected strains of Streptomyces sp.. Oligomycin A...
Paclobutrazol packaged and labeled.
Paclobutrazol acts as a plant growth inhibitor by preventing the biosynthesis of gibberellin, a plant hormone.
Thimerosal packaged and labeled.
Thimerosal is a mercury containing compound commonly used as a preservative in medical applications namely...
Validamycin packaged and labeled.
Validamycin is a antibiotic and fungicidal compound produced by Streptomyces hygroscopicus. Validamycin...
21-hydroxyoligomycin A packaged and labeled in glass vial.
21-Hydroxyoligomycin A is a rare member of the oligomycin class isolated as a co-metabolite of nemadectin, hence...
Propineb
Propineb is an agricultural broad-spectrum fungicide protectant from the...
Oligomycin
Oligomycin is a macrolide antibiotic complex that exhibits apoptotic...
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