DTT Freezer Stocks

Nick Theodorakis nicholas_theodorakis at urmc.rochester.edu
Tue Jan 8 10:08:37 EST 2002


In <20020108151420.4603.qmail at ww02.jatek.com>, TeamCasey wrote:
>
>I know that DTT doesn't hold up well in solution. Is there any reason why 
I
>can't freeze 1M DTT stocks at -80C?
>

I do that all the time, except that I just use -20C.

>I use it often and don't want to have to make it fresh each time.
>
>A second question - what determines whether BME vs. DTT should be 
used? 

In general, DTT works better at a lower concentration and doesn't smell 
as bad, but is more expensive. So it's a price/performance tradeoff.

Nick

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