Micafungin (FK 463) Sodium
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Catalog No.S4287 Synonyms: Mycamine Sodium
CAS No. 208538-73-2
Micafungin Sodium (FK463, Mycamine) is an inhibitor of 1, 3-beta-D-glucan synthesis, used as an antifungal drug.
Selleck's Micafungin (FK 463) Sodium has been cited by 9 publications
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Effect of Micafungin on erythrocyte forward scatter. A. Original histogram of forward scatter of erythrocytes following exposure for 48 hours to Ringer solution without (grey area) and with (black line) presense of 25 µg/ml Micafungin. B. Arithmetic means ± SEM (n = 14) of the erythrocyte forward scatter (FSC) following incubation for 48 hours to Ringer solution without (white bar) or with (black bars) Micafungin (10-25 µg/ml). C. Arithmetic means ± SEM (n = 14) of the percentage of erythrocytes with forward scatter(FSC) <200 following incubation for 48 hours to Ringer solution without (white bar) or with (black bars) Micafungin (10-25 µg/ml). D. Arithmetic means ± SEM (n = 14) of the percentage of erythrocytes with forward scatter (FSC) >800 following incubation for 48 hours to Ringer solution without (white bar) or with (black bars) Micafungin (10-25 µg/ml). ***(p<0.001) indicates significant difference from the absence of Micafungin (ANOVA).
Cell Physiol Biochem, 2016, 584-95. Micafungin (FK 463) Sodium purchased from Selleck.
Micafungin potently inhibits EV71 proliferation in LLC-MK2 Derivative cells. LLC-MK2 Derivative cells were infected with EV71 (100 CCID50) and immediately treated with increasing concentrations of micafungin. Twenty hours post-infection, dsRNAs were stained by using specific antibody and visualized by FITC-conjugated secondary antibody (green). Nuclear DNA was also visualized by DAPI staining (blue).
Virol J, 2016, 13(1):99.. Micafungin (FK 463) Sodium purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||Micafungin Sodium (FK463, Mycamine) is an inhibitor of 1, 3-beta-D-glucan synthesis, used as an antifungal drug.|
Micafungin is an antifungal agent that does not inhibit bacteria. Although micafungin does not inhibit the bacteria directly, it does promote the survival of G. mellonella. Micafungin inhibits biofilm formation by impeding 1,3-β-D-glucan synthesis in Candida albicans.
|In vitro||Water||100 mg/mL (77.38 mM)|
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|Storage||3 years -20°C(in the dark) powder
2 years -80°C(in the dark) in solvent
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