[Histonet] CAP regulations regarding storage of antibodies in
frost free refrigerator freezers
Rene J Buesa
rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Wed Jan 10 08:27:31 CST 2007
About antibodies storage I only know about the following regulations:
1-for refrigerator storage (nowadays all refrigerators are frost free) there has to be a log with daily temperature records, and the antibodies cannot be stored above their shelf expiration date;
2-aliquots of concentrated antibodies (for any type of procedure) can be stored in deep freezers; the only safety regulation is that they cannot be thawed and refrozen.There has to be also a log with the daily temperature.
"Breisch, Eric" <Ebreisch <@t> chsd.org> wrote:
Is anyone aware of new or existing CAP regulations regarding
the use of frost free refrigerator/freezers for the storage of
antibodies ie. IFA antibodies or IHC antibodies? Please advise if anyone
has information pertaining to Histology and the above mentioned use of a
Eric A. Breisch, Ph.D.
Rady Children's Hospital and Health Center
Associate Clinical Professor of Anatomy
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