MycAway™ Treatment (1000×) - Mycoplasma Elimination Reagent -40607ES

YeasenSKU: 40607ES01

Size: 100 μL
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Description

In the process of cell cultures, regular detection can effectively avoid mycoplasma infection, but if the cells have been infected with mycoplasma, they need to be treated in time. The best treatment is to discard the cells after high-pressure sterilization to avoid contaminating other clean cell lines. If contaminated cells are precious, mycoplasma infection must be removed. Because mycoplasma lacks the cell wall, conventional antibiotics are generally ineffective. This product is an improved mixed preparation specially used for mycoplasma elimination. It can achieve a good mycoplasma elimination effect by inhibiting the synthesis of related proteins and is not harmful to cells. Minimize the loss of your precious cells due to mycoplasma infection.

Feature

  • Ultra-low Toxicity: Only block the bacterial protein synthesis rather than animal cells
  • Excellent Stability: Stored at -15℃ ~ -25℃ for 18 months
  • Facilitated Operation: Just added into the culture medium
  • Rapid Onset: Take effect in 3 days
  • Wide Applicability: Effective against most mycoplasmas

Application

  • Mycoplasma Elimination

Components

Components No. Name 40607ES03 40607ES08
40607 MycAway™ Treatment (1000×) - Mycoplasma Elimination Reagent 1 mL 5×1 mL

Shipping and Storage

The product is shipped with ice packs and can be stored at -15℃ ~ -25℃ for 18 months. Please keep it away from light.

Figures

  • The representative image of the cell before and after mycoplasma removal

Figure 1. The representative image before and after mycoplasma removal by YEASEN MycAway™ Reagent

  • The cell growth and viability were not affected by YEASEN MycAway™ Reagents

Figure 2:The effects of MycAway™ Reagents on cell growth and viability were detected.

The cell growth and viability were not affected by YEASEN MycAway™ Reagents.

Citations & References:

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