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Coevolving Plasmids Drive Gene Circulation


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Coevolving Plasmids Drive Gene Circulation and Genome Plasticity in Host-Related Intracellular Micro organism

Plasmids are necessary in microbial evolution and adaptation to new environments. But, carrying a plasmid could be pricey, and long-term affiliation of plasmids with their hosts is poorly understood. Right here, we offer proof that the Chlamydiae, a phylum of strictly host-associated intracellular micro organism, have coevolved with their plasmids since their final widespread ancestor. Present chlamydial plasmids are amalgamations of at the least one ancestral plasmid and a bacteriophage.
We present that almost all of plasmid genes are additionally discovered on chromosomes of extant chlamydiae. Essentially the most conserved plasmid gene households are predominantly vertically inherited, whereas accent plasmid gene households present considerably elevated mobility.
We reconstructed the evolutionary historical past of plasmid gene content material of a whole bacterial phylum over a interval of round one billion years. Frequent horizontal gene switch and chromosomal integration occasions illustrate the pronounced impression of coevolution with these extrachromosomal components on bacterial genome dynamics in host-dependent microbes.

Plasmid Switch by Conjugation in Gram-Unfavorable Micro organism: From the Mobile to the Neighborhood Degree

Bacterial conjugation, additionally known as bacterial intercourse, is a serious horizontal gene switch mechanism by which DNA is transferred from a donor to a recipient bacterium by direct contact. Conjugation is universally conserved amongst micro organism and happens in a variety of environments (soil, plant surfaces, water, sewage, biofilms, and host-associated bacterial communities).
Inside these habitats, conjugation drives the speedy evolution and adaptation of bacterial strains by mediating the propagation of varied metabolic properties, together with symbiotic way of life, virulence, biofilm formation, resistance to heavy metals, and, most significantly, resistance to antibiotics.
These properties make conjugation a essentially necessary course of, and it’s thus the main target of intensive examine. Right here, we evaluate the important thing steps of plasmid switch by conjugation in Gram-negative micro organism, by following the life cycle of the F issue throughout its switch from the donor to the recipient cell. We additionally focus on our present data of the extent and impression of conjugation inside an environmentally and clinically related bacterial habitat, bacterial biofilms.

Use of critically necessary antimicrobial lessons early in life could adversely impression bacterial resistance profiles throughout grownup years: potential co-selection for plasmid-borne fluoroquinolone and macrolide resistance by way of extended-spectrum beta-lactam use in dairy cattle

The switch of antimicrobial resistance genes generally happens by way of vertical and horizontal gene switch, as such genes are sometimes discovered on the identical cell genetic aspect.
  • This incidence can result in the co-selection of resistance to antimicrobials with out their software. Dairy cattle positioned within the southwestern United States had been enrolled in a matched-pair longitudinal examine to guage the results of a two-dose ceftiofur remedy for metritis on ranges of third-generation cephalosporin resistance amongst faecal Escherichia coli temporally.
  • E. coli chosen for additional investigation had been remoted on selective media, harboured extended-spectrum beta-lactamase, fluoroquinolone, and macrolide resistance genes. This mix has beforehand been unreported; importantly, it included genes encoding for resistance to antibiotics that may solely be utilized in dairy cattle lower than 20 months of age.
  • Fluoroquinolones, macrolides and third and higher technology cephalosporins are thought of critically necessary and highest precedence for human drugs by the World Well being Group.

A converging subset of soil bacterial taxa is permissive to the IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 throughout a variety of soil copper contamination

Stressors like metals or antibiotics can have an effect on bacterial group permissiveness for plasmid uptake, however there’s little data about long-term results of such stressors on the evolution of group permissiveness. We assessed the impact of greater than 90 years of soil Cu contamination on bacterial group permissiveness (i.e. uptake capability) in the direction of a gfp-tagged IncP-1 plasmid (pKJK5) launched by way of an Escherichia coli donor.
Plasmid switch occasions from the donor to the recipient soil bacterial group had been quantified and transconjugants had been subsequently remoted by fluorescence activated cell sorting and recognized by 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing.
Switch frequency of plasmid pKJK5 was diminished in bacterial communities extracted from extremely Cu contaminated (4526 mg kg-1) soil in comparison with corresponding communities extracted from reasonably (458 mg kg-1) Cu contaminated soil and a low Cu reference soil (15 mg kg-1).
The taxonomic composition of the transconjugal swimming pools confirmed exceptional similarities regardless of the diploma of soil Cu contamination and regardless of contrasting compositions of the extracted recipient communities and the unique soil communities.
Permissiveness assessed on the stage of particular person operational taxonomic models (OTUs; 16S rRNA gene 97% sequence similarity threshold) was solely barely affected by soil Cu stage and excessive replicate variability of OTU-level permissiveness indicated a job of stochastic occasions in IncP-1 plasmid switch or strain-to-strain permissiveness variability.
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Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein C (cppC)

MBS1134588-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 850

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein C (cppC)

MBS1134588-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1025

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B (cppB)

MBS1249328-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1130

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B (cppB)

MBS1249328-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 720

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B (cppB)

MBS1249328-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 885

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B (cppB)

MBS1249328-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 860

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B (cppB)

MBS1249328-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1035

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppA Protein (aa 1-84)

VAng-Wyb2086-1mgEcoli 1 mg (E. coli)
EUR 3316.8
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein A, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppA Protein (aa 1-84)

VAng-Wyb2086-500gEcoli 500 µg (E. coli)
EUR 2377.2
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein A, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppA Protein (aa 1-84)

VAng-Wyb2086-50gEcoli 50 µg (E. coli)
EUR 1632
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein A, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppB Protein (aa 1-213)

VAng-Wyb2087-1mgEcoli 1 mg (E. coli)
EUR 4244.4
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppB Protein (aa 1-213)

VAng-Wyb2087-500gEcoli 500 µg (E. coli)
EUR 3036
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppB Protein (aa 1-213)

VAng-Wyb2087-50gEcoli 50 µg (E. coli)
EUR 2067.6
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein B, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppC Protein (aa 1-205)

VAng-Wyb2088-1mgEcoli 1 mg (E. coli)
EUR 4173.6
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein C, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppC Protein (aa 1-205)

VAng-Wyb2088-500gEcoli 500 µg (E. coli)
EUR 2994
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein C, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae cppC Protein (aa 1-205)

VAng-Wyb2088-50gEcoli 50 µg (E. coli)
EUR 2040
Description: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Cryptic plasmid protein C, recombinant protein.

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hfq (hfq)

MBS1313322-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1020

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hfq (hfq)

MBS1313322-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 590

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hfq (hfq)

MBS1313322-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 775

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hfq (hfq)

MBS1313322-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 705

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hfq (hfq)

MBS1313322-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 905

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Neisseria gonorrhoeae Ornithine carbamoyltransferase (argF)

MBS1009340-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1210

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Neisseria gonorrhoeae Ornithine carbamoyltransferase (argF)

MBS1009340-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 860

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Neisseria gonorrhoeae Ornithine carbamoyltransferase (argF)

MBS1009340-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 1000

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Neisseria gonorrhoeae Ornithine carbamoyltransferase (argF)

MBS1009340-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 1035

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Neisseria gonorrhoeae Ornithine carbamoyltransferase (argF)

MBS1009340-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1135

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1211530-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1225

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1211530-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 880

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1211530-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 1015

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1211530-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 1060

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1211530-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1155

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1105464-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1225

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1105464-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 880

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1105464-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 1015

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1105464-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 1060

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1105464-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1155

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1487715-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1225

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1487715-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 880

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1487715-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 1015

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1487715-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 1060

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RecA (recA)

MBS1487715-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1155

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1189971-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1070

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1189971-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 660

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1189971-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 825

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1189971-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 770

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1189971-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 965

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hitA (hitA)

MBS1093782-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1030

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hitA (hitA)

MBS1093782-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 605

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hitA (hitA)

MBS1093782-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 785

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hitA (hitA)

MBS1093782-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 700

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein hitA (hitA)

MBS1093782-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 915

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1243074-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1030

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1243074-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 605

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1243074-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 785

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1243074-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 700

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1243074-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 915

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1244691-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1110

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1244691-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 690

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1244691-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 865

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1244691-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 830

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1244691-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1015

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1221483-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1015

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1221483-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 585

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1221483-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 770

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1221483-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 695

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1221483-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 900

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1405168-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1070

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1405168-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 660

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1405168-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 825

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1405168-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 770

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein MraZ (mraZ)

MBS1405168-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 965

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1475515-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1110

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1475515-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 690

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1475515-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 865

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1475515-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 830

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein grpE (grpE)

MBS1475515-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1015

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1389288-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1030

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1389288-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 605

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1389288-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 785

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1389288-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 700

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein CyaY (cyaY)

MBS1389288-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 915

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1427992-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1015

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1427992-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 585

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1427992-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 770

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1427992-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 695

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Protein RnfH (rnfH)

MBS1427992-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 900

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Replication protein

MBS1014253-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1205

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Replication protein

MBS1014253-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 855

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Replication protein

MBS1014253-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 995

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Replication protein

MBS1014253-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 1030

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Replication protein

MBS1014253-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1130

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Opacity protein V28

MBS1247395-002mgBaculovirus 0.02mg(Baculovirus)
EUR 1115

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Opacity protein V28

MBS1247395-002mgEColi 0.02mg(E-Coli)
EUR 740

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Opacity protein V28

MBS1247395-002mgYeast 0.02mg(Yeast)
EUR 905

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Opacity protein V28

MBS1247395-01mgEColi 0.1mg(E-Coli)
EUR 890

Recombinant Neisseria gonorrhoeae Opacity protein V28

MBS1247395-01mgYeast 0.1mg(Yeast)
EUR 1060

Plasmid Interactions Can Enhance Plasmid Persistence in Bacterial Populations

It’s obscure plasmid upkeep within the absence of choice and theoretical fashions predict the situations for plasmid persistence to be restricted. Plasmid-associated health prices lower bacterial competitivity, whereas imperfect partition permits the emergence of plasmid-free cells throughout cell division.
  • Though plasmid conjugative switch permits mobility into plasmid-free cells, the speed of such occasions is mostly not excessive sufficient to make sure plasmid persistence. Experimental knowledge recommend a number of components that will broaden the situations favorable for plasmid upkeep, resembling compensatory mutations and accent genes that enable constructive choice.
  • A lot of the earlier research give attention to micro organism that carry a single plasmid. Nevertheless, there’s growing proof that a number of plasmids inhabit the identical bacterial inhabitants and that interactions between them have an effect on their transmission and persistence.
  • Right here, we adapt earlier mathematical fashions to incorporate a number of plasmids and carry out pc simulations to review how interactions amongst them have an effect on plasmid upkeep.
  • We examined the contribution of various plasmid interplay parameters that impression three organic options: host health, conjugative switch and plasmid loss – which have an effect on plasmid persistence.
  • The interplay affecting conjugation was studied within the contexts of intracellular and intercellular interactions, i.e., the plasmids work together when current in the identical cell or when in numerous cells, respectively. First, we examined the impact of every sort of interplay alone and concluded that solely interactions affecting health (epistasis) prevented plasmid extinction.
  • Though not permitting plasmid upkeep, intracellular interactions growing conjugative efficiencies had a extra determinant impression in delaying extinction than the remaining parameters.
  • Then, we allowed a number of interactions between plasmids and concluded that, in just a few instances, a mixed impact of (intracellular) interactions growing conjugation and health result in plasmid upkeep.
  • Our outcomes present a hierarchy amongst these interplay parameters. These affecting health favor plasmid persistence greater than these affecting conjugative switch and lastly plasmid loss. These outcomes recommend that interactions between totally different plasmids can favor their persistence in bacterial communities.

Flat Replaceable Tips 13 mm Diameter Flat Titanium Tip

0-120-0016 13 mm
EUR 86
Description: use with corresponding Tapped Tips and Tapped Extender Tips

Flat Replaceable Tips 19 mm Diameter Flat Titanium Tip

0-120-0017 19 mm
EUR 92
Description: use with corresponding Tapped Tips and Tapped Extender Tips

Flat Replaceable Tips 25 mm Diameter Flat Titanium Tip

0-120-0018 25 mm
EUR 100
Description: use with corresponding Tapped Tips and Tapped Extender Tips

Titanium Cup Tip, 250 ml

0-120-0019 250 ml
EUR 1377
Description: includes Interface Washers

Microtube Tray, 8 Position (for 250 ml Cup Tip)

0-120-0021 each
EUR 113
Description: includes Interface Washers

Continuous Flow Chamber

0-120-0026 each
EUR 774
Description: includes Interface Washers

Interface Washers 1.5” Diameter, 5/Pkg

0-120-003 1.5'' Diameter
EUR 31

13 mm Diameter Solid Titanium Extender Tip

0-120-0032 13 mm
EUR 301

13 mm Diameter Tapped Titanium Extender Tip

0-120-0033 13 mm
EUR 362

19 mm Diameter Solid Titanium Extender Tip

0-120-0034 19 mm
EUR 315

19 mm Diameter Tapped Titanium Extender Tip

0-120-0035 19 mm
EUR 375

25 mm Diameter Solid Titanium Extender Tip

0-120-0036 25 mm
EUR 328

25 mm Diameter Tapped Titanium Extender Tip

0-120-0037 25 mm
EUR 389

KoldPod, 1.5ml Micro Tube

0-120-0038 1.5 ml
EUR 152
Description: Thermo conductive tube pods

KoldPod, 15ml Conical Tube

0-120-0039 15 ml
EUR 275
Description: Thermo conductive tube pods

KoldPod, 50ml Conical Tube

0-120-0040 50 ml
EUR 290
Description: Thermo conductive tube pods

Model 150 V/T Ultrasonic Homogenizer

0-121-0002 210-240V/50-60Hz
EUR 2920
Description: Delivers up to 150 Watts of ultrasonic power to the Titanium Tip. The Timer and Duty Cycle function increase preciosion in sample processing processing.

Model 300 V/T Ultrasonic Homogenizer

0-122-0002 210-240V/50-60Hz
EUR 3520
Description: Delivers up to 300 Watts of ultrasonic power to the Titanium Tip. The Timer and Duty Cycle function increase preciosion in sample.

SONABOZ Sound Abating Chamber

0-125-0001 each
EUR 1020
Description: Reduces cavitational sound emitted during processing.

Model 3000 Ultrasonic Homogenizer

0-127-0002 210-240V/50-60Hz
EUR 4120
Description: Delivers up to 300 Watts of ultrasonic power to the Titanium Tip and includes an intergrated Sound Abating Chmaber to reduce cavitational sound emitted during processing. The Timer and Duty Cycle function increase preciosion in sample.

Model 3000MP Ultrasonic Homogenizer

0-128-0002 210-240V/50-60Hz
EUR 4720
Description: Delivers up to 300 Watts of ultrasonic power to the Titanium Tip with preciosion control from a microprocessor and a graphical user interface displayed on a large (145 mm) LCD display. The integrated Sound Abating Chamber reduces cavitational sound emitted during processing.

OMNICON® Zone Reader, 210-240V/50-60Hz

0-131-0002 210-240V/50-60Hz
EUR 35200
Description: Designed to Perform multi-plate Assays on round 90/100mm Petri Dishes. The integrated LED illumination system provides transmitted light for brightfield and darkfield illumination of transparent media.

OMNI-Noculator Peni Cylinder Filler, 210-240V/50-60Hz

0-134-0002 210-240V/50-60Hz
EUR 32200
Description: A robotic liquid handling system designed to dispense Peni Cylinders and fill Peni Cylinders with the corresponding antibiotic liquid sample.

Peni Cylinder Dispenser with Manual Hopper

0-144-0002 each
EUR 5406
Description: Dispenser can be configured to dispense 4 or 6 Peni Cylinders onto a petri dish.

Peni Cylinder Dispenser with Motorized Hopper, 100-240V/50-60Hz

0-144-0003 100-240V/50-60Hz
EUR 6254
Description: The motorized hopper can be configured to dispense 4 or 6 Peni Cylinders onto a petri Dispenser can be disassembled for disinfection.

Stainless Steel Peni Cylinder with Flat Face

0-144-0005 6mm I.D. x 8mm O.D. x 10mm Long
EUR 399
Description: sold in packages of 100 pieces

Stainless Steel Peni Cylinder with Chamfered Face

0-144-0006 6mm I.D. x 8mm O.D. x 10mm Long
EUR 412
Description: sold in packages of 100 pieces

Custom development of ELISAs for other species or antibody isotypes not listed in the catalog. Custom testing of samples for IgG/IgM/IgA or total (IgG+IgM+IgA)

000-CUS Custom
EUR 602

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®405S, 500 ug

00002 1UG
EUR 527
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-bungarotoxin, CF405s

00002 500uG
EUR 594
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 500uG

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®405S, 500 ug

00002-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®405S 100ug

00002-100ug 100uG
EUR 132
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®680R, 500 ug

9-00003
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®680R, 500 ug

00003-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®680R 100ug

9-00003
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®640R, 500 ug

9-00004
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®640R, 500 ug

00004-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®640R 100ug

9-00004
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®488A, 500 ug

9-00005
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®488A, 500 ug

00005-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin CF®488A 100ug

9-00005
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®568, 500 ug

9-00006
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®568, 500 ug

00006-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®568 100ug

9-00006
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®594, 500 ug

9-00007
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®594, 500 ug

00007-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin CF®594 100ug

9-00007
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®633, 500 ug

9-00009
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®633, 500 ug

00009-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®633 100ug

9-00009
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

SARS-CoV-2 Indicator Cell Line for RNA Replication - GFP Reporter only

0001-PP-001 1 cell line (can order x amount)
EUR 12000
Description: SARS-CoV-2 GFP reporter cell line using HEK293T (ACE2/TMPRSS2) cells

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 1 mg

00010-1 1MG
EUR 193
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 1 mg

00010-1-1 EA
EUR 193

Fluorescein-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00011 500uG
EUR 376
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Fluorescein-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00011-1 EA
EUR 376

Tetramethylrhodamine-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00012 500uG
EUR 394
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Tetramethylrhodamine-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00012-1 EA
EUR 394

Fluorescein-alpha-bungarotoxin, 10x50ug

00013 10ST
EUR 436
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Fluorescein-alpha-bungarotoxin, 10x50ug

00013-1 EA
EUR 436

Tetramethylrhodamine-A-Bungarotoxin, 10x50 ug

00014 10ST
EUR 494
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Tetramethylrhodamine-A-Bungarotoxin, 10x50 ug

00014-1 EA
EUR 494

Sulforhodamine 101-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00015 500uG
EUR 494
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Sulforhodamine 101-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00015-1 EA
EUR 494

Sulforhodamine 101-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 50 ug

00016 10ST
EUR 560
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Sulforhodamine 101-Alpha-Bungarotoxin, 50 ug

00016-1 EA
EUR 560

Biotin-XX-A-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00017 500uG
EUR 455
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Biotin-XX-A-Bungarotoxin, 500 ug

00017-1 EA
EUR 455

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®555, 500 ug

9-00018
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®555, 500 ug

00018-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®555 100ug

9-00018
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  • 500uG
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Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Acrylamide, Chemzymes Ultra Pure®

00019-100 100g
EUR 101.52
Description: 79-06-1

Acrylamide, Chemzymes Ultra Pure®

00019-500 500g
EUR 270
Description: 79-06-1

Biotin-cAMP, 1 mg

00020 1MG
EUR 298
Description: N/A

Biotin-cAMP, 1 mg

00020-1 20ST
EUR 298
Description: N/A

Biotin-cAMP, 50 ug

00020-1-1 EA
EUR 414

Biotin-cGMP, 1 mg

00021 1MG
EUR 331
Description: N/A

Biotin-cGMP, 1 mg

00021-1 20ST
EUR 331
Description: N/A

Biotin-cGMP, 20x50 ug

00021-1-1 EA
EUR 447

Cyanine 644-cAMP, 1 mg

00022 1MG
EUR 496
Description: N/A

Cyanine 644-cAMP, 1 mg

00022-1 20ST
EUR 496
Description: N/A

Cyanine 644-cAMP, 20x50 ug

00022-1-1 EA
EUR 647

Fluorescein Methotrexate, Triammonium Salt, 1 mg

00023 1MG
EUR 285
Description: N/A

Fluorescein Methotrexate, Triammonium Salt, 1 mg

00023-1 EA
EUR 285

Staurosporine

00025 100uG
EUR 100
Description: N/A

Staurosporine

00025-1 EA
EUR 100

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®543, 500 ug

00026 500uG
EUR 527
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®543, 500 ug

00026-1 EA
EUR 527

Alpha-Bungarotoxin, CF®543, 100 ug

00026-100ug 1UG
EUR 132
Description: Alpha-bungarotoxin from Krait snake venom (Bungarus multicinctus)

Rhodamine Phalloidin 300U

00027 300
EUR 364
Description: N/A

Rhodamine Phalloidin 300U

00027-1 EA
EUR 364

Biotin-XX-Phalloidin

00028 100U
EUR 466
Description: N/A

Biotin-XX-Phalloidin

00028-1 EA
EUR 466

Fluorescein-Phalloidin

00030 300U
EUR 364
Description: N/A

Fluorescein-Phalloidin

00030-1 EA
EUR 364

Rhodamine 110 Phalloidin

00032 300ST
EUR 364
Description: N/A

Rhodamine 110 Phalloidin

00032-1 EA
EUR 364

Sulforhodamine 101 (Texas Red®) Phalloidin

00033 300EU
EUR 364
Description: N/A

Sulforhodamine 101 (Texas Red®) Phalloidin

00033-1 EA
EUR 364

Phalloidin, CF®405M

00034 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®405M

00034-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®405M

00034-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®405M

00034-T-1 EA
EUR 101

CF®488A-cAMP

00036 100ug
EUR 136
Description: N/A

CF®488A-cAMP

00036-1 EA
EUR 136

CF®640R-cAMP

00037 100ug
EUR 136
Description: N/A

CF®640R-cAMP

00037-1 EA
EUR 136

Phalloidin, CF555

00040 300U
EUR 530.4
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 300U

Phalloidin, CF555

00040-T 50U
EUR 159.6
Description: Minimum order quantity: 1 unit of 50U

Phalloidin, CF®647, 300 U

00041 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®647, 300 U

00041-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®647, 50 U

00041-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®647, 50 U

00041-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®488A, 300 U

00042 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®488A, 300 U

00042-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®488A, 50 U

00042-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®488A, 50 U

00042-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®543, 300 U

00043 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®543, 300 U

00043-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®543, 50 U

00043-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®543, 50 U

00043-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®568, 300 U

00044 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®568, 300 U

00044-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®568, 50 U

00044-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®568, 50 U

00044-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®594, 300 U

00045 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®594, 300 U

00045-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®594, 50 U

00045-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®594, 50 U

00045-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®633, 300 U

00046 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®633, 300 U

00046-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®633, 50 U

00046-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®633, 50 U

00046-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®660R, 300 U

00047 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®660R, 300 U

00047-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®660R, 50 U

00047-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®660R, 50 U

00047-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®680R, 300 U

00048 300U
EUR 513
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®680R, 300 U

00048-1 EA
EUR 513

Phalloidin, CF®680R, 50 U

00048-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®680R, 50 U

00048-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®350, 300 U

00049 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®350, 300 U

00049-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®350, 50 U

00049-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®350, 50 U

00049-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®640R, 300 U

00050 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®640R, 300 U

00050-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®640R, 50 U

00050-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®640R, 50 U

00050-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®532, 300 U

00051 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®532, 300 U

00051-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®532, 50 U

00051-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®532, 50 U

00051-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®660C, 300 U

00052 300U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®660C, 300 U

00052-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®660C, 50 U

00052-T 50U
EUR 101
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®660C, 50 U

00052-T-1 EA
EUR 101

Phalloidin, CF®680, 300 U

00053 300U
EUR 513
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®680, 300 U

00053-1 EA
EUR 513

Phalloidin, CF®680, 50 U

00053-T 50U
EUR 118
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®680, 50 U

00053-T-1 EA
EUR 118

Phalloidin, CF®430, 300 U

00054 300U
EUR 491
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®430, 300 U

00054-1 EA
EUR 491

Phalloidin, CF®430, 50 U

00054-T 50U
EUR 110
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®430, 50 U

00054-T-1 EA
EUR 110

Phalloidin, CF®440, 300 U

00055 300U
EUR 491
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®440, 300 U

00055-1 EA
EUR 491

Phalloidin, CF®440, 50 U

00055-T 50U
EUR 110
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®440, 50 U

00055-T-1 EA
EUR 110

Phalloidin, CF®583R, 300 U

00064 1U
EUR 482
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®583R, 300 U

00064-1 EA
EUR 482

Phalloidin, CF®583R, 50 U

00064-T 1U
EUR 108
Description: N/A

Phalloidin, CF®583R, 50 U

00064-T-1 EA
EUR 108

Cholera Toxin B, CF®405M Conjugate, 100 ug

00068 1UG
EUR 236
Description: N/A

Cholera Toxin B, CF®405M Conjugate, 100 ug

00068-1 EA
EUR 236

Cholera Toxin B, CF®647 Conjugate, 100 ug

00069 1UG
EUR 236
Description: N/A

Cholera Toxin B, CF®647 Conjugate, 100 ug

00069-1 EA
EUR 236

Sox2 Adenovirus (Human)

000691A 750 μl
EUR 375

Cholera Toxin B, CF®488A Conjugate, 100 ug

00070 100ug
EUR 256
Description: N/A

Cholera Toxin B, CF®488A Conjugate, 100 ug

00070-1 EA
EUR 256

Cholera Toxin B, CF®568 Conjugate, 100 ug

00071 100ug
EUR 256
Description: N/A

Cholera Toxin B, CF®568 Conjugate, 100 ug

00071-1 EA
EUR 256

Cholera Toxin B, CF®594 Conjugate, 100 ug

00072 100ug
EUR 256
Description: N/A

Principal element evaluation exploring the affiliation between antibiotic resistance and heavy steel tolerance of plasmid-bearing sewage wastewater micro organism of scientific relevance

This paper unravels the incidence of plasmid-mediated antibiotic resistance in affiliation with tolerance to heavy metals amongst clinically related micro organism remoted from sewage wastewater.
The micro organism remoted had been recognized following standard phenotypic and/or molecular strategies, and had been subjected to multiple-antibiotic resistance (MAR) profiling. The isolates had been examined towards the heavy metals Hg2+, Cd2+, Cr2+ and Cu2+. SDS-PAGE and agarose gel electrophoretic analyses had been carried out, respectively, for the characterization of heavy steel stress protein and R-plasmid among the many remoted micro organism.
Principal element evaluation was utilized in figuring out bacterial resistance to antibiotics and heavy metals. Each lactose-fermenting ( Escherichia coli ) and non-fermenting ( Acinetobacter baumannii and Pseudomonas putida ) Gram-negative bacterial strains had been procured, and confirmed MAR phenotypes with respect to 3 or extra antibiotics, together with resistance to the heavy metals Hg2+, Cd2+, Cr2+ and Cu2+.
The Gram-positive micro organism, Enterococcus faecalis , remoted had ‘ampicillin-kanamycin-nalidixic acid’ resistance. The bacterial isolates had MAR indices of 0.3-0.9, indicating their ( E. faecalis , E. coli , A. baumannii and P. putida ) origin from niches with excessive antibiotic air pollution and human faecal contamination.
The Gram-negative micro organism remoted contained a single plasmid (≈54 kb) conferring a number of antibiotic resistance, which was linked to heavy steel tolerance; the SDS-PAGE evaluation demonstrated the expression of heavy steel stress proteins (≈59 and ≈10 kDa) in wastewater micro organism with a Cd2+ stressor.
The examine outcomes grant an perception into the co-occurrence of antibiotic resistance and heavy steel tolerance amongst clinically related micro organism in sewage wastewater, prompting an intense well being impression over antibiotic utilization.

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