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Gibco™ Hygromycin B (50 mg/mL) Non-distribution product as customer accommodation.

Water-soluble antibiotic purified from bacterium Streptomyces hydroscopicus

Manufacturer:  Gibco™ 10687010

Catalog No. 10-687-010

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Hygromycin B acts by binding to the 80S subunit of the bacterial ribosome and inhibiting protein synthesis.

  • Used as bacterial selection antibiotic in concentration range of 200–500μg/mL
  • Supplied as 50mg/mL solution
  • Resistance to Hygromycin B is conferred by the E. coli hygromycin resistance gene (hyg or hph)
  • Hygromycin B has a different mode of action than Geneticin™, Blasticidin S, or Zeocin™ selection reagents, making it an excellent choice for dual-selection experiments

Cell Culture, Drosophila S2 Cell Culture, High Five™ Cell Culture, Insect Cell Culture, Mammalian Cell Culture, Selection, Sf9 & Sf21 Cell Culture, Transfection

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Shipping Condition: Room Temperature



Storage conditions: 2 to 8°C
Shipping conditions: Ambient
Shelf life: 24 months from date of manufacture
Antibiotic (Selective)
Room Temperature
50 mg⁄mL
Mammalian, Insect
24 Months
Eukaryotic Selection⁄Stable Cell Line Generation
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