Randolph Biomedical has a possible substitute called Saproxin. For
some uses Saproxin can be substituted......not all. There is a
description at OUR webpage : http://users.ids.net/~rand777/home.htm
This post is not a solicitation. If you do not want to see products
,do not go to the webpage. R.Randolph
On 24 Mar 2000 20:23:03 GMT, McMoodus at tamu.edu (Sheepskin Hollow)
>We have used cycloheximde extensively in a differential/selective agar
>for Campylobacter- Campy-Cephex Agar.
>>We now are finding that the price of the stuff has skyrocketed and I have been
>told it is no longer manufactured.
>>Anyone out there know more about this problem or have ideas on what
>we might use for a subsititute.
>>Any suggestions for a substitute medium?