Your Guide to Storing Laboratory Reagents and Samples Over Time
How To Guide Jun 18, 2019
Chemicals and biological materials have to be properly stored so that they remain stable over time. Each chemical and sample has different properties therefore, we have to understand their properties in order to get a clear direction of storing them.
By storing samples correctly, you are ensuring to protect their integrity and avoid degradation. Storing chemicals correctly ensures you know exactly what is going into your experiments and avoid contamination and altered physico-chemical properties.
Download this guide for advice on:
- Storing dangerous or volatile chemicals
- Looking after growth media antibiotics
- Correct storage of biological samples including cells, DNA and recombinant proteins
- Plus much more!
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