Glycerol stocks at -20?
Sun Jun 18 21:42:33 EST 1995
In article <3ruri3$d6f at crcnis3.unl.edu> vwarwar at unlinfo.unl.edu (vitor warwar) writes:
> Hi all:
> Does anybody knows of bacteria glycerol stocks could be
> stored at -20 instead of -70?
> Vitor Warwar / 406 Plant Sciences Hall / University of Nebraska
> Lincoln NE 68593-0722 / USA / vwarwar at unlinfo.unl.edu
DEpends on what bacteria you are talking about. We store E.coli in 40%
glycerol at both -20C(for a few months) and at -80C(almost indefinitely).
We store B.subtilis in 15% glycerol at -80C. -20C is no good for this
I suggest as a good all round way 15-20% glycerol at -80C.
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