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How long can the coated ELISA plate be kept at 4 degree

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Thu Nov 2 04:35:08 EST 2000

Not a bad idea to do some comparisons, but when I was in the business I
found that 3-4 weeks at 4oC seemed to show no degradation in quality.
different antigens/antibodies may behave differently

David A C Jones
Web Design Genealogy and Family
Formerly a Scientist!

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> Hallo Dear Mr.
> I am measuring cytokines with ELISA now. I always coat the plate and
> keep it overnight at 4 degree. Sometime after I coated the plate, it
> happened that I couldn't block it and add samples on next day or even
> few days. I don't know how long I can keep the coated plates at 4
> degree. Would you please tell me about this question.
> Thanks in advance.
> Yous sincerely
> Meixia Zhang
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