[Histonet] Re: Keeping records of room temperature, why?
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Besides potential protocol troubleshooting benefits, this seemingly
trivial recording can indicate the consistency and validity of lab
process. A lab that pays attention to such minutiae shows to the
reviewing entity that said lab is serious about its work, is intent on
achieving reproducible results, and is operating in a "scientific
manner". These are something like procedural barometers (no pun
intended) of the working environment. Heavy fluctuation indicates(d) a
brewing(ed) storm that needs attention. Further, recording all practical
factors that may influence your experiments is always a good policy.
Just my $0.02.
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|From: "kevin williams"
|I am now keeping records of room temperatrue, can anyone tell me what
|benifit I will be gaining from the valuable 5 seconds it takes me to
|complete this chore?
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