ELISA and standard

Joe Chandler jchandler at mainebiotechnology.com
Fri Apr 6 08:23:50 EST 2001


The primary issue is whether your -20° is a manual freezer of frost-free.
If frost-free, no way.  But if you have a manual, freezer, it is OK to keep
your standards stored there for a month or so.  Keeping them at -70° is
best.

""Van Bocxlaer, Saskia"" <Saskia.VanBocxlaer at aventis.com> wrote in message
news:2DEEA3DFCA8ED411ABF800508B66C2A80235B252 at abegt001-ex.pgsgent.be...
Good afternoon,


Can anyone tell me if I would have a problem with my ELISA if I kept my
standard in the -20° C freeze. We're having a discussion in our lab wether
to keep our standards at -20° C or -70° C.
Please reply.


Saskia

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