MilliporeSigma
All Photos(1)

Documents

Y1501

Sigma-Aldrich

Yeast Synthetic Drop-out Medium Supplements

without uracil

Sign Into View Organizational & Contract Pricing

MDL number:
NACRES:
ND.02

Quality Level

form

powder

application(s)

food and beverages

Looking for similar products? Visit Product Comparison Guide

Related Categories

Compare Similar Items

View Full Comparison

Show Differences

1 of 4

This Item
Y0750Y1376Y1751
application(s)

food and beverages

application(s)

food and beverages

application(s)

food and beverages

application(s)

food and beverages

Quality Level

200

Quality Level

100

Quality Level

100

Quality Level

100

Application

The selection of plasmids in yeast is based on the use of auxotrophic mutant strains that cannot grow without a specific media component (an amino acid, purine or pyrimidine). Transformation with a plasmid containing the mutated gene enables the transformant to grow on a medium lacking the required component. Sigma′s Yeast Synthetic Drop-Out Media Supplements create a richer medium for better yield and growth rate, and increase the probability of successful transformations when screening libraries or performing gene knock-outs.

Components

The supplements contain all of the following components except as indicated:
Amino acids: All standard amino acids are present at a concentration of 76 mg/L except for leucine, which is present at 380 mg/L.
Other nutrients: Adenine (18 mg/L), inositol (76 mg/L), p-aminobenzoic acid (8 mg/L)

Other Notes

Mixtures of amino acids and other nutrients to be added to Yeast Nitrogen Base Without Amino Acids.

Quantity

1.92 g will supplement 1 liter of medium.

Storage Class Code

13 - Non Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 1

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Personal Protective Equipment

dust mask type N95 (US), Eyeshields, Gloves

Certificates of Analysis (COA)

Search for Certificates of Analysis (COA) by entering the products Lot/Batch Number. Lot and Batch Numbers can be found on a product’s label following the words ‘Lot’ or ‘Batch’.

Already Own This Product?

Documents related to the products that you have purchased in the past have been gathered in the Document Library for your convenience.

Visit the Document Library

Difficulty Finding Your Product Or Lot/Batch Number?

Product numbers are combined with Pack Sizes/Quantity when displayed on the website (example: T1503-25G). Please make sure you enter ONLY the product number in the Product Number field (example: T1503).

Example:

T1503
Product Number
-
25G
Pack Size/Quantity

Additional examples:

705578-5MG-PW

PL860-CGA/SHF-1EA

MMYOMAG-74K-13

1000309185

enter as 1.000309185)

Having trouble? Feel free to contact Technical Service for assistance.

Lot and Batch Numbers can be found on a product's label following the words 'Lot' or 'Batch'.

Aldrich Products

  • For a lot number such as TO09019TO, enter it as 09019TO (without the first two letters 'TO').

  • For a lot number with a filling-code such as 05427ES-021, enter it as 05427ES (without the filling-code '-021').

  • For a lot number with a filling-code such as STBB0728K9, enter it as STBB0728 without the filling-code 'K9'.

Not Finding What You Are Looking For?

In some cases, a COA may not be available online. If your search was unable to find the COA you can request one.

Request COA

Customers Also Viewed

Slide 1 of 8

1 of 8

SD Agar suitable for microbiology, NutriSelect® Basic

Millipore

84605

SD Agar

Millipore

Millipore

Y1375

YPD Broth

YPD Agar

Sigma-Aldrich

Y1500

YPD Agar

Yeast Nitrogen Base NutriSelect® Plus, suitable for microbiology

Millipore

51483

Yeast Nitrogen Base

Xiyan Li et al.
PloS one, 10(12), e0146152-e0146152 (2015-12-31)
Metformin, a leading drug used to treat diabetic patients, is reported to benefit bone homeostasis under hyperglycemia in animal models. However, both the molecular targets and the biological pathways affected by metformin in bone are not well identified or characterized.
Karissa L Cross et al.
mBio, 9(2) (2018-03-15)
The human oral microbiota encompasses representatives of many bacterial lineages that have not yet been cultured. Here we describe the isolation and characterization of previously uncultured Desulfobulbus oralis, the first human-associated representative of its genus. As mammalian-associated microbes rarely have
Dhammika H M L P Navarathna et al.
PloS one, 11(10), e0164449-e0164449 (2016-10-12)
Formation of chlamydospores by Candida albicans was an established medical diagnostic test to confirm candidiasis before the molecular era. However, the functional role and pathological relevance of this in vitro morphological transition to pathogenesis in vivo remain unclear. We compared
Vinicius Henrique De Oliveira et al.
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 202, 110917-110917 (2020-08-18)
Cadmium (Cd) is an extremely toxic environmental pollutant with high mobility in soils, which can contaminate groundwater, increasing its risk of entering the food chain. Yeast biosorption can be a low-cost and effective method for removing Cd from contaminated aqueous
J Abraham Avelar-Rivas et al.
Frontiers in genetics, 11, 468-468 (2020-06-02)
The chronological lifespan of budding yeast is a model of aging and age-related diseases. This paradigm has recently allowed genome-wide screening of genetic factors underlying post-mitotic viability in a simple unicellular system, which underscores its potential to provide a comprehensive

Articles

Transformation is the process by which exogenous DNA is introduced into a cell, resulting in a heritable change or genetic modification. This was first reported in Streptococcus pneumoniae by Griffith in 1928. Transforming principle of DNA was demonstrated by Avery et al. in 1944.

The development of genetic engineering and cloning has opened many possibilities of expression and isolation of heterologous proteins for research purposes. Considerable advances in technology have enabled expression and isolation of recombinant proteins in large scale.

Protocols

Yeasts are considered model systems for eukaryotic studies as they exhibit fast growth and have dispersed cells.

Yeast Drop Out Bulletin. The selection of plasmids in yeast is based on the use of auxotrophic mutant strains, which cannot grow without a specific medium component (an amino acid, purine or pyrimidine). Transformation with a plasmid containing the mutated gene enables the transformant to grow on a medium lacking the required component. Although yeast can grow on a synthetic medium without any amino acids, better yield and growth rate can be achieved on richer media.

Yeasts are considered model systems for eukaryotic studies as they exhibit fast growth and have dispersed cells. Yeast cultures can be grown, maintained, and stored in liquid media or on agar plates using techniques similar to those for bacterial cultures.

Our team of scientists has experience in all areas of research including Life Science, Material Science, Chemical Synthesis, Chromatography, Analytical and many others.

Contact Technical Service