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  • Harmonized Tariff Code:  3822.00

  • Harmonized Tariff Code:  3822.00

  • Harmonized Tariff Code:  3822.00

  • ampicillin Application Suitable for selective cultivation of E. coli strains that contain plasmids conferring ampicillin resistance. The bacteria can be used for DNA plasmid production or production of recombinant proteins. Features and Benefits Miller’s LB Agar plates

  • LB Agar Plates (Miller formulation) with 200 µg/mL Ampicillin are for growth and maintenance of E. coli containing recombinant plasmids. LB Miller media is nutritionally rich, allowing for rapid growth. Ampicillin is used to select for mutated or transformed cells that are ampicillin resistant…

  • LB Agar Plates (Miller formulation) with 300 µg/mL Ampicillin are for growth and maintenance of E. coli containing recombinant plasmids. LB Miller media is nutritionally rich, allowing for rapid growth. Ampicillin is used to select for mutated or transformed cells that are ampicillin resistant…

  • LB Agar Plates (Miller formulation) with 150 µg/mL Ampicillin are for growth and maintenance of E. coli containing recombinant plasmids. LB Miller media is nutritionally rich, allowing for rapid growth. Ampicillin is used to select for mutated or transformed cells that are ampicillin resistant…

  • …µg/mL Ampicillin is the most commonly used concentration. If satellite colonies form due to extracellular secretion of lactamase, replace ampicillin with carbenicillin, a stable, semi-synthetic ampicillin analog. Typically, 150 mm round plates are for screening and rectangular plates can be…

  • Harmonized Tariff Code:  3822.00

  • Harmonized Tariff Code:  3822.00

  • …may consider replacing ampicillin with carbenicillin, a semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that is often more stable than ampicillin. Typically, 100 mm plates round plates are for growth/selection, while 150 mm plates round plates are for screening. Rectangular plates can be used with automated…

  • Ampicillin is the most commonly used concentration. If satellite colonies form due to extracellular secretion of lactamase, consider replacing ampicillin with carbenicillin, a stable, semi-synthetic ampicillin analog. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for growth/selection, 150 mm round plates

  • Ampicillin is the most commonly used concentration. If satellite colonies form due to extracellular secretion of lactamase, replace ampicillin with carbenicillin, a stable, semi-synthetic ampicillin analog. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for growth/selection, 150 mm round plates are for…

  • Components 15g/L Agar 10g/L Tryptone 10g/L NaCl 5g/L Yeast Extract 100μg/ml ampicillin Features and Benefits Miller's LB Agar plates provide: Convenient, ready-to-use 10cm format Standard formulation plus antibiotic   General Description …

  • MacConkey Agar Plates with 1.0% Galactose and 100 µg/mL Ampicillin contain a selective and differential medium used for isolation and differentiation of non-fastidious Gram-negative bacteria, particularly members of the family Enterobacteriaceae. Crystal violet and bile salts select against…

  • LB Agar Plates (Miller formulation) with 100 µg/mL Ampicillin and 25 µg/mL Kanamycin are for growth and maintenance of E. coli containing recombinant plasmids. LB Miller media is nutritionally rich, allowing for rapid growth. Antibiotics are used to select for mutated or transformed cells that…

  • LB Agar Plates (Miller formulation) with 50 µg/mL Ampicillin and 25 µg/mL Kanamycin are for growth and maintenance of E. coli containing recombinant plasmids. LB Miller media is nutritionally rich, allowing for rapid growth. Antibiotics are used to select for mutated or transformed cells that…

  • …than high-copy-number plasmids. Note: 100 µg/mL Ampicillin and 50 µg/mL Kanamycin are the most commonly used concentrations. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for growth/selection, 150 mm round plates are for screening, and rectangular plates can be used with automated systems. Contains…

  • Ampicillin and 50 µg/mL Kanamycin are the most commonly used concentrations. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for growth/selection, and 150 mm round plates are for screening. Contains 1.0% (10 g/L) tryptone, 0.5% (5 g/L) yeast extract, 1.0% (10 g/L) sodium chloride, 50 µg/mL ampicillin, 50…

  • …for mutated or transformed cells that carry the ß-lactamase ( bla ) gene, which confers resistance to ampicillin (Amp or Amp R ) and carbenicillin. Carbenicillin is a semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require…

  • …semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require less carbenicillin than high-copy-number plasmids. Note that 100 µg/mL carbenicillin is the most commonly used concentration. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for…

  • …semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require less carbenicillin than high-copy-number plasmids. Note that 100 µg/mL carbenicillin is the most commonly used concentration. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for…

  • …semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require less carbenicillin than high-copy-number plasmids. Note that 100 µg/mL carbenicillin is the most commonly used concentration. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for…

  • …used to select for mutated or transformed cells that carry the bla gene, which confers resistance to ampicillin (Amp or AmpR) and carbenicillin. Carbenicillin is a semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow growth of satellite colonies due to extracellular secretion of lactamase.…

  • …semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require less carbenicillin than high-copy-number plasmids. Note that 100 µg/mL carbenicillin is the most commonly used concentration. Typically, 100 mm round plates are…

  • …for mutated or transformed cells that carry the ß-lactamase ( bla ) gene, which confers resistance to ampicillin (Amp or Amp R ) and carbenicillin. Carbenicillin is a semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require…

  • …semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require less carbenicillin than high-copy-number plasmids. Note that 100 µg/mL carbenicillin is the most commonly used concentration. Typically, 150 mm round plates are…

  • …semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require less carbenicillin than high-copy-number plasmids. 100 µg/mL carbenicillin is the most commonly used concentration. Typically, 100 mm round plates are for…

  • HP Ampicillin™

    G-Biosciences

    …regular ampicillin and , therefore, supports only the growth of ampicillin resistant colonies even after prolonged incubation. Culture plates can be incubated for a longer period at 37°C, eliminating the time constraint associated with normal ampicillin. HP Ampicillin™ is suitable…

  • …to ampicillin (Amp or Amp R ) and carbenicillin. Carbenicillin is a semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, 100 mm plates round plates are for growth/selection, while 150 mm plates round plates are for screening. Rectangular plates can…

  • …selects for mutated or transformed cells carring the ß-lactamase ( bla ) gene, which confers resistance to ampicillin and carbenicillin. Carbenicillin is a semi-synthetic ampicillin analog that does not allow formation of satellite colonies. Typically, low-copy-number plasmids require less…

  • …ability to catabolize lactose. Lactose-positive, ampicillin-resistant colonies (host strain containing plasmid) form blue colonies on plates containing ampicillin and X-Gal; lactose-negative, ampicillin-resistant colonies (host strain containing plasmid with foreign DNA inserted at the MCS) form…

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