clarosa at biocomp.unl.edu
Wed Oct 4 15:48:14 EST 2000
How long? Method 1) on plates in refrig, tightly wrapped,, about a year
2) Lyophilized years and years-decades.
3) 10 percent glycerol stocks frozen and
stored at -80 c. Good for decades as long as
"Best" is a matter of equipment at hand and need.
> Hi there!
> Maybe this is a stupid question but....someone could tell me what is the
> best way for have long-term storage yeast stocks ?
> I've found discordant answers to it....
> Thanks a lot
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