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Most IgGs should be fine when stored in the freezer. Freezing at -20 or -80 in small aliquots is the optimal storage condition. Ali-quoting minimizes damage due to freezing and thawing, as well as contamination introduced by pipetting from a single vial multiple times. Aliquots are to be frozen and thawed once, with any remainder kept at 4 ...


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You don't specify which temperature of freezer you're talking about. Antibody can be stored at -80 for long time, but needs to avoid freeze and thaw process. Some people store aliquot of antibody in -80. Another way is to dilute antibody in Glycerol, make 50% dilution. You need to mix well, and then store at -20.



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