Penicillin-Streptomycin (10000 U/mL)

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Pen-Strep: Penicillin G from Penicillium notatum and Streptomycin from Streptomyces griseus... daha fazla
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Pen-Strep: Penicillin G from Penicillium notatum and Streptomycin from Streptomyces griseus prevent together against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria the bacterial contamination of cell cultures. Penicillin G acts by interfering directly with turnover of bacterial cell wall and indirectly by triggering release of enzymes that alter the cell wall. Streptomycin works by attaching to the 30S subunit of the bacterial ribosome, which leads to an inhibition of protein synthesis and the subsequent death of bacteria.

Penicillin G potassium salt is soluble in water. At +4°C or room temperature, the dry substance is stable for approximately 5 years. The buffered solution (pH4,5-7) will loose 5% activity after 20 days at +4°C respective 20% after 60 days at +4°C. At room temperature, reduction in activity will be 5% after only 48 hours, 10% after 7 days, and 20% to 50% after 14 days. In an unbuffered solution stability is considerably lower (about 3-7 days at +4°C).

Pen-Strep: Penicillin G and Streptomycin against bacterial contamination of cell cultures.

Genaxxon bioscience offers besides Pen-Strep a broad range of Antibiotics and Antimycotics as powder or solutions, e.g., Geneticin G418 or Gentamycin sulfate.

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• 10,000 mg/mL Streptomycin • 10 mg/mL Penicillin • 0.9% NaCl • effective against gram + and gram - bacteria • can be used prophylactic • Streptomycin-Penicillin is a broad band antibiotic • inhibits protein biosynthesis (streptomycin) • inhibits cell wall synthesis (penicillin)
Specifications: Penicillin G content: 9,000 – 11,000 U/mL Streptomycin content: 9 – 11 mg/mL... daha fazla

Technische Daten:

Penicillin G content: 9,000 – 11,000 U/mL
Streptomycin content: 9 – 11 mg/mL
0.9% NaCl (physiological NaCl solution)
pH: 6.0 – 7.0
Osmolality: 280 – 400 mOsmol/kg
Endotoxin: <0.1 EU/mL
Bioburden: 0 CFU/mL
Shelf-life at 37°C: 5 days

sterile filtered solution for cell culture applications


cell culture applications


Steptomycin is isolated from Actinomycetes Streptomyces griseus

Sicherheits Hinweise / Safety

Klassifizierungen / Classification

eclass-Nr: 32-19-90-90
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Äquivalent/Alternative zu: Biochrom Cat.-no. A 2213, oder zu Bio&Sell Nr. BS.A2213.

Change in colour of the Pen/Strep solution:
Normally this change in colour does not mean that you can not use the solution anymore. There are different reasons for it.
1. Chemical reaction of Penicillin and oxygen which will form a substance that absorbs light to get a pale yellow colour. But this does not mean that the majority of the Penicillin is degraded. THere is still enough antibiotic in the solution.
2. The other point is, sometimes, that the Streptomycin source does still contain some pigments from the strain from which Streptomycin is isolated. These pigments may also undergo a reaction with oxygen that turns them more yellowish.

In any case you feel not good about the yellowish colour you should discard it, at this will be the only possibility to have no uncertainty for explanations of further results.

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PMCID: PMC5964073


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PMCID: PMC5680241


Synthetic Deletion of the Interleukin 23 Receptor (IL-23R) Stalk Region Led to Autonomous IL-23R Homodimerization and Activation

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A widespread sequence-specific mRNA decay pathway mediated by hnRNPs A1 and A2/B1

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PMCID: PMC4863738


MicroRNA-34a promotes genomic instability by a broad suppression of genome maintenance mechanisms downstream of the oncogene KSHV-vGPCR

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PMCID: PMC4281739


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PMCID: PMC4139227


Identification of autophagy as a longevity-assurance mechanism in the aging model Podospora anserina

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PKCβ Phosphorylates PI3Kγ to Activate It and Release It from GPCR Control

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PLoS Biol. 2013 Jun; 11(6): e1001587.  Published online 2013 Jun 25. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001587

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Identification of Canonical Tyrosine-dependent and Non-canonical Tyrosine-independent STAT3 Activation Sites in the Intracellular Domain of the Interleukin 23 Receptor

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