[3dem] A better way for storing freezed sample grids

Fco Javier Chichón jchichon at cnb.csic.es
Wed Feb 27 00:24:36 PST 2008

It is complicated. We are doing the same. It is good for storing small 
amounts of grids, but if you want to store 10 or more... We are thinking 
in cuting along the long axis one of the blue (50 grids) grid holders to 
make it fint in a 50 ml falcon tube. A screw could attach firmly the 
pastic cover to the grid holder.

Norm Olson escribió:
> At 11:55 AM -0700 2/26/08, Eduardo Sanz-Garcia wrote:
>> Currently, I am using the circular boxes that contain 4 holes to 
>> store the already vitrified grids. I number the boxes and keep them 
>> in a tube inside the nitrogen container.
>> I was wondering if there is a better way for storing those vitrified 
>> grids.
>> Thanks.
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Dr. Fco Javier Chichón García
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