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We typically make up a stock solution of 1mg/mL tet in H20(d) and store at 4C. After a few weeks, we see yellow a precipitate at the bottom of the 50mL conical tube and don't really know why. We get about three weeks out of a stock solution, but it would be nice to get a little more shelf-life out of the thing. Do you have any idea what we could do to prevent it, or (and frankly more of interest) why this happens? Thanks, Josh
Re: Why does our tetracycline stock precipitate?
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