Electroporation cuvettes

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Fri Oct 28 11:55:32 EST 1994


From:	MX%"Pamela.J.Buchli at Dartmouth.EDU" 28-OCT-1994 00:46:52.26
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From: Pamela.J.Buchli at Dartmouth.EDU (Pamela J. Buchli)
Subject: electroporation cuvettes
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Hi,

I saw your post on the bionet regarding reuse of electroporation cuvettes.  I
missed the original post and so this may be a repetitive question- but how do
you go about reusing the Bio-rad cuvettes?  Do you sterilize them after each
use (if so, how?) and refreeze?  thanks for you help!!

Pam Buchli
peej at dartmouth.edu




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