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Lyophilizing sterile samples in a Speed-Vac

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Old 11-03-2006, 11:42 PM
Pow Joshi
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Default Lyophilizing sterile samples in a Speed-Vac



On 11/3/06, netgk netgk <netgk@hotmail.com> wrote:

ah wondering if you cluld make you own filter set by carefully cutting
out the cap of an eppendorf tube and inserting /gluing a 0.22 filter
....it should'nt be difficult although it would be a little messy ...

pow

ps: and if you publish a methods paper for it please don't forget to
quote me ... )

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