wolfsc at ibms.sinica.edu.tw
Wed Oct 24 11:22:18 EST 2001
1 year is maybe a little long, half year could still be ok. In case of doubt,
make new ones for important stuff (it's probably cheaper than doing the
experiment again AND make new plates). However, you might test the plates in
question by streaking some untransformed and some transformed bacteria to see
the difference, if there is any.
> Hi, I have only one question concerning ampicillin plates:
> how long can be stored at 4 degrees? (I have prepared them more than a
> year ago...)
> Thank you in advance.
> Sincerely, Zoltan
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