In article <RzqapaAnBsk4EAor at genesys.demon.co.uk>, "Dr. Duncan Clark"
<Duncan at genesys.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> I know from working with it some 20 years or so ago that it can be
> stored in isopropanol but that the isopropanol must be 100% dry i.e.
> water free. How long we used to store it, I am not sure.
Use it all the time, 100 mM in isopropanol, but stored at -20C. You
have to stir it to get it to melt when you want to use it, but that's no
Richard P. Grant MA DPhil
Structural Studies Group, MRC-LMB
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