There are several articles that says DMSO containing buffers are to be a
good storage solution. You can also take a look at the article below for
an additional buffer.
K Muralidharan, C Wemmer. Transporting and storing field-collected
specimens for DNA without refrigeration for subsequent DNA extraction
and analysis. BioTechniques Vol. 17. 1994.
alexandra hiller <alejaconeja at hotmail.com> wrote:
> How long is it propper to store genomic DNA in a dried pellet?
> How would it be possible to store DNA when a -20° C refrigerator
> is not immediately at hand for up to one week (because of a
> field project in a tropical country)? Or do you know a method for
> storing tissue at room temperature for later DNA extraction?
>> Thank you
> Alexandra Hiller