Antibiotics / Antimycotics

Antibiotics / Antimycotics Antibiotics and antimycotics are widely used in microbiology, genetics, diagnostics, and cell culture research efforts. Choosing an antibiotic or antimycotic depends on its type and origin, quality, and quantity. Antibiotics, such as Penicillin and Streptomycin, have been routinely used in cell culturing media to inhibit infection of cell cultures by preventing the growth of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. Conversely, clinical tests commonly use antibiotics, such as Erythromycin, for Mycoplasma detection. Diverse antibiotics including Actinomycin D, Kanamycin, and Tetracyclin, are available on our site in various quantities, consistencies, and purities. Included in our compilation of microbial-based reagents are various antimycotics for fungal assessments. Antimycotics may come in mixtures with antibiotics or on their own, like Amphotericin B. Biocompare’s complete guide to antibiotics and antimycotics will facilitate any requirements in diagnostics or basic research.

  • Mycoplasma Detection Kits

    Mycoplasma Detection Kits
    Wednesday, February 09, 2011
    It's 5pm; do you know how clean your eukaryotic cell cultures are? They may not be as pristine as ...
  • Cell Culture Media & Consumables

    Cell Culture Media & Consumables
    Wednesday, March 03, 2010
    The landscape of cell culture looks much more vibrant these days. Gone is the bland horizon of a few...