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Amphotericin B

Catalog number: 15290018
Gibco™

Amphotericin B

Catalog number: 15290018
Catalog Number
15290018
also known as 15290-018
Unit Size
20 mL
Price (USD)
26.85
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Catalog Number
15290026
also known as 15290-026
Unit Size
50 mL
Price (USD)
62.25
Your Price:
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Quantity
Catalog NumberUnit SizePrice (USD)AvailabilityQuantity
15290018
also known as 15290-018
20 mL
26.85
Your Price:
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15290026
also known as 15290-026
50 mL
62.25
Your Price:
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Amphotericin B is the generic version of Fungizone. 'Fungizone' is a trademark of E.R. Squibb & Sons, LLC. Amphotericin B is an antifungal, produced by Streptomyces nodosus. It prevents the growth of fungi by causing an increase in fungal plasma membrane permeability. It actively binds to sterols and leads to the formation of pores. It is used to prevent the contamination of cell cultures by yeast and multicellular fungi. Gibco Amphotericin B contains 250 µg of amphotericin B and 205 µg of sodium deoxycholate per mL of distilled water. The recommended working concentration ranges from 0.25 to 2.50 µg/mL.

Dual-site cGMP manufacturing
For supply chain continuity, we manufacture Gibco Amphotericin B at two separate facilities located in Grand Island, NY and Scotland, UK. Both sites are compliant with cGMP manufacturing requirements, are certified to the ISO 13485 standard, and are registered with the FDA as medical device manufacturers.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Product Type
Antifungal
Agent
Amphotericin B
Shipping Condition
Dry Ice
Validated Application
Prevention of Cell Culture Contamination
Product Line
Fungizone™
Form
Liquid
Shelf Life
12 Months
Quantity
20mL
Reagent Type
Anti-Mycotic

Contents & Storage

Storage conditions: -5°C to -20°C
Shipping conditions: Frozen on dry ice
Shelf life: 12 months from date of manufacture

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