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Old 07-01-2017, 06:21 AM   #12
hssalgh2
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Originally Posted by Simone78 View Post
There are many protocols for producing "home-made" Ampure beads . The one I follow (Rohland & Reich, Genome Res 2012) uses NaN3 (sodium azide) as preservative at a final conc of 0.05%. Ampure beads are SO expensive, I do hope that Beckman is also using NaN3 to increase their shelf life! They simply must do it
Thank you so much but is it ok when I left beads on the shelf for two weeks not in the friadg that happen by chance!

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