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I have been using ab97110 as a secondary for my Westerns. However, since we only need such a amount and very dilute, we end up wasting a lot of it. I only am running Westerns semi-regularly and the workload comes in waves, so it possible to aliquot and freeze the antibody for long-term storage? If so, at -20 or -80? Thank you. Sincerely, \
Asked on Apr 23 2013
We have studied the effect of freeze thaw cycles on conjugated antibodies and have seen that they can have significant effect on HRP secondaries. As such we do not recommend stroage at -20C. These products should have good activity for one year or more when stored at +4C and are covered by our 12 month Abpromise guarantee.
Answered on Apr 23 2013