Making a long term stock of bacteria

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==Introduction==
==Introduction==
Whenever you successfully transform a bacterial culture with a plasmid or whenever you obtain a new bacterial strain you will want to make a long term stock of that bacteria.  Bacteria can be stored for months and years if they are stored at -80C and in a high percentage of glycerol.   
Whenever you successfully transform a bacterial culture with a plasmid or whenever you obtain a new bacterial strain you will want to make a long term stock of that bacteria.  Bacteria can be stored for months and years if they are stored at -80C and in a high percentage of glycerol.   

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Introduction

Whenever you successfully transform a bacterial culture with a plasmid or whenever you obtain a new bacterial strain you will want to make a long term stock of that bacteria. Bacteria can be stored for months and years if they are stored at -80C and in a high percentage of glycerol.

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