In article <47d04j$1ph0 at aix1.segi.ulg.ac.be>,
Thierry Leclipteux <thierry at stat.fmv.ulg.ac.be> wrote:
>I ave problem in keeping stable monoclonal antibody-peroxidase conjugate
>at 4 °C. Is there any chemicals able to protect their activity. I do not
>want to keep them at -20 °C in glycerol.
If you are going to keep them at -20 you should be able to in PBS. 50%
glycerol will keep them from going through freeze/thaws and that seems to be
death for most HRP conjugates in our hands. I have also found fish Gel. at 1
mg/ml to work well. Best of luck
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