|B0178-100||100 mg||$ 133.00|
|B0178-250||250 mg||$ 316.00|
|B0178-500||500 mg||$ 580.00|
Bialaphos is a tripeptide antibiotic that is used in transformation experiments of many species of plants that make use of the bar gene for selection. In corn, it is more effective than glufosinate. In wheat, bialaphos was the most reliable selection criteria used to identify bar transformed plants.
Once introduced into a nonresistant plant cell, bialaphos is hydrolyzed and converted to phosphinothricin through the phosphinothricin acetyl transferase enzyme. Phosphinothricin is toxic within plants, causing ammonia to build up, which inhibits glutamine synthetase.
This broad-spectrum herbicide also has effectiveness against gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria, as well as certain fungal plant pathogens.
|Grade||MOLECULAR BIOLOGY GRADE|
|Storage/Handling||Store desiccated at -20°C.|