endonuclease storage temp.
Dag Rune Gjellesvik
dagrg at online.no
Mon Feb 12 07:51:41 EST 2001
In most cases it will be OK, I think the -20C recommendation is only a safe
precaution for enzymes that may inactivate during freeze/thaw cycles. Most
enzymes are in 40-50% glycerol which is liquid at -20C
John Bohmfalk skrev i meldingen <3A870CFE.93878FD2 at hastings.edu>...
>Most restriction endonucleases have a recommended storage temperature of
>-20C. Are there any disadvantages or problems with storing them at a
>lower temp, like -70C or so?
>jbohmfalk at hastings.edu
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