Kanamycin Sulfate -60206ES

SKU: 60206ES60

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Kanamycin sulfate, also known as Kanamycin sulfate or Kanamycin A, is an aminoglycoside bacteriocidal antibiotic and can be used as a selection agent for bacteria. This product from Yeasen is a USP-grade reagent with a solubility of about 100 mg/mL in water.

Kanamycin sulfate is an aminoglycoside bacteriocidal antibiotic and is effective against gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria, and mycoplasma. Kanamycin sulfate inhibits translocation and elicits miscoding by binding to the 70S ribosomal subunit. Kanamycin sulfate can be used as a selection agent for bacteria transformed with the kanamycin B resistance gene and transformants carrying the neomycin phosphotransferase (NptII/neo) gene.


  • High-quality raw materials, all antibiotic product raw materials are sourced from high-quality fixed suppliers
  • Standardized production, using factory mass production mode
  • Wide range of applications, which can be used in the fields of molecular biology and biochemical experimental research of tissue culture
  • The cooperation platform covers the whole
  • To ensure product quality stability, the difference between batches is controlled within 1%


  • Used to selectively screen bacterial clones successfully transformed into kan gene
  • Used for sterilization in cell culture
  • Plant transformation experiment


Synonyms Kanamycin sulfate, Kanamycin A
CAS# 25389-94-0
Formula C18H36N4O11·H2O4S
Molecular Weight 582.58
Appearance White powder
Potency (dry basis) ≥ 750 µg/mg


Components No. Name 60206ES10 60206ES60
60206 Kanamycin Sulfate 10 g 100 g

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The product is transported and stored at room temperature, with a period of validity of 3 years.

Citations & References:

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