产品编号 A105482 | CAS号 1397-89-3 | Aladdin
Amphotericin B
80%,750 μg/mg
货号 规格 库存 价格 数量
A105482-1g 80%,750 μg/mg 上海(>10)
A105482-250mg 80%,750 μg/mg 上海(>10)
A105482-5g 80%,750 μg/mg 上海(8)


敏感性 对光和湿度敏感
熔点 >170°C
存贮条件 储存温度2-8℃


产品介绍 溶于DMSO,水中溶解度:<0.1 g/100 mL ,21°C
别名 ;Fungizone; Amphotericin B from Streptomyces sp; Amphotericin B solubilized
应用 多烯类抗真菌药物。本品与真菌细胞膜上的甾醇结合,损伤膜的通透性,导致菌细胞内钾离子、核苷酸、氨基酸等外漏,破坏正常代谢而起抑菌作用。
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