Subject: Do cells need to be stored in the vapor part of liquid Nitrogen?
Date: Thu Dec 7 12:06:31 2006
Posted by Susie
Grade level: grad (science)
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Area of science: Cell Biology
Our lab stores transformed human B-lymphocytes in liquid nitrogen tanks. I've
heard that cells are supposed to be stored in the vapor part of liq. N2. Is
this true? Does this mean we have to fill the bottom of the tank only to
generate vapours but so as not to immerse the cells in liquid?
Re: Do cells need to be stored in the vapor part of liquid Nitrogen?
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