hygromycin


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hygromycin

[‚hī·grə′mīs·ən]
(microbiology)
C25H33O12N A weakly acidic, soluble antibiotic with a fairly broad spectrum, produced by a strain of Streptomyces hygroscopicus.
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The results of cropping trials carried out during the early 2000s at the Penn State mushroom research facility demonstrated genetically modified (GM) lines of A, bisporus with hygromycin B resistance to mirror their parental commercial hybrid off-white strain in colonizing both the compost and casing substrates.
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After co-cultivation, embryos were transferred directly to the selection medium (CIM) supplemented with 150mg/l Timentin[TM] (Duchefa) and 50mg/l hygromycin B.
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Hygromycin as a feed additive is used to control Tric.
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Chinese ha mster ovary fibroblasts were transfected with plasmids and stablely transfected lines were selected based on their resistance to hygromycin.
According to a recent purity survey, several batches of commercially available hygromycin B obtained from multinational life science reagent companies showed that the purities ranged anywhere from an alarming 60% to a high of 92%.