How do I avoid freeze/thaw damage?

We suggest storing our antibodies at -20°C unless otherwise stated on the datasheet.


Repeated freeze/thaw cycles can form protein aggregates, denaturing an antibody, reducing its binding ability. Consider pipetting the antibody into smaller aliquots and thawing as needed. Antibody aliquots should be frozen and thawed only once, with any remainder kept at 4°C.

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