Geneticin® Selective Antibiotic (G418 Sulfate) is produced by the bacterium Micromonospora rhodorangea and acts by binding the ribosome, thus inhibiting protein synthesis in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Resistance to Geneticin® Selective Antibiotic (G418 Sulfate) is conferred by the E. coli APH (3’) – I and APH (3’) – II resistance genes. Gibco® Geneticin® Selective Antibiotic (G418 Sulfate) is used as a selective antibiotic in the concentration range of 100 - 200 µg/ml for bacteria, or 200 – 500 µg/ml for most mammalian cells. This product is supplied as a powder and should be made into a stock solution of 10 – 50 mg/ml in water. We offer a variety of cell culture antibiotics for your convenience.
Product Use For Research Use Only: Not intended for animal or human diagnostic or therapeutic use.
Dual site cGMP Manufacturing and Quality System For supply chain continuity, we manufacture Gibco® Geneticin® Selective Antibiotic (G418 Sulfate) at two separate facilities located in Grand Island, NY and Scotland, UK. Both sites are compliant with cGMP manufacturing requirements, are certified to ISO 13485, and are registered with the FDA as medical device manufacturers.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
Eukaryotic Selection⁄Stable Cell Line Generation
Contents & storage
Storage conditions: 15 to 30°C Shipping conditions: Ambient Shelf life: 24 months from date of manufacture