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I`ve frozen the antibody as mistake. Could this be a problem?Labome reply
This antibody is conjugated with a fluorescence probe, and in general should not be frozen. It is advisable that you should check the efficiency and signal intensity before constinuing to use it. You are welcome to read our article on antibody storage. http://www.labome.com/method/Antibody-Shelf-Life-How-to-Store-Antibodies.html
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