RE: [Histonet] Storage of Primary Antibodies!
Thank you for the timely reply. This particular antibody
is an "in-house" antibody so I cannot readily give out the clone
information. My reasoning for aliquoting and freezing was my concern that
there are no preservatives (like sodium azide) added. However, I conducted
one titration experiment with beautiful results. Then it was about 2 1/2
to 3 weeks later until I could conduct the complete experiment with all
time points included. At this time I started having problems with the
primary antibody dilutions. I suspect that the antibody does not like
being frozen. I am using the same procedure and all the same reagents.
Eli Lilly and Company
02/16/2004 09:22 AM
To: Jennifer Hoover
Subject: RE: [Histonet] Storage of Primary Antibodies!
Some antibodies are fine for storage at -80 and some are not. I think
will depend on the antibody. It may be useful to let us now which
antibodies are not doing well as other people may have had experience with
them and have suggestions for you.
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> I have a question regarding the storage (short or longer
> term) of primary antibodies. Is it conducive to aliquot and store
> antibodies at -80C?? Is there the potential for diminished activity
> storing the antibody for several weeks to several months? The aliquots
> that were used were thawed and used for one day only. Any volume that
> not used was disgarded so freeze/thawing is not the problem. I would
> welcome any insight. Thank you very much!
> Jennifer Hoover
> BI Research
> Eli Lilly and Company
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