Competent E Coli Storage
Peter M. Muriana
muriana at aclcb.purdue.edu
Sun Dec 5 12:32:34 EST 1993
]In article <drg-031293141129 at ache.pharm.pitt.edu>, drg at prophet.pharm.pitt.edu (Duke Groebe) writes:
>In article <9312030720.AA28021 at med-itvax1.bu.edu>,
>bturner at MED-ITVAX1.BU.EDU (Bradley Turner) wrote:
>*> Does anyone have any experience with the E Coli transformation
>*> method of H Inoue, H Nojima, H Okayama in GENE 96:23-28, 1990.
>*> Can the competent cells produced by this method be stored at
>*> -80 degrees C, the paper only mentions storage at liq nitrogen.
>*> How long can they be stored at -80?
>Why don't you try calling one or more of the authors and ask them?
Imagine how easy this would be if everyone (who has Email/internet access)
would list their email addresses as part of their correspondence address!
The first time I did this, the journal editor was the first one to use it.
What a convenience!
-Peter M. Muriana
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