Serum Stoarge


Written by admin on February 26, 2013. Posted in Knowledgebase

To effectively preserve the integrity of animal serum, it should be stored frozen and protected from light. The recommended storage temperature is -10 to -40 C. At temperatures below -40 C, the bottles may become brittle resulting in an increased risk of breakage.Multiple thaw/freeze cycles should be avoided as they will hasten the degradation of serum nutrients and can induce the formation of insoluble precipitates. For this reason, serum should never be stored in "frost-free" freezers. These appliances occasionally warm themselves to avoid internal ice deposits and are detrimental to the clarity and stability of frozen serum products

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