R.E.A.G.E.N.T. 7 Step Guide to Storing Laboratory Reagents
How To Guide Feb 11, 2019 | by Marlon L. Bayot
Laboratory reagents should be treated with the same care and consideration as samples. An expired reagent or one that has been incorrectly stored could mean lost samples and downtime, and if unnoticed could mean that unsatisfactory experimental results are recorded. This guide will give you the best methods for storing reagents as well as tips on getting a disorganized laboratory back on the right track.
Download this guide for guidance on:
- MSDS sheets
- Logistics of reagent care
- How to assure good quality control
- Safe storage
- Reporting incidents
- Implementing a management structure for your reagents
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