Question about -80°C storage of A.brasiliensis

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Question about -80°C storage of A.brasiliensis

Postby Mirrorblade » Mar 06 2017 2:44 pm

Hello,

I am looking for some deep-freezing advice/practical experience from a fungal expert:

We are storing reference strains in our lab from bacteria and yeasts without problems, storing them at -80°C for long time storage (w/ glycerol). Now we also need to have a Aspergillus brasiliensis on stock for our reference checks.

We know that molds are often treated differently in regards to freeze storage - is there anyone who can advise us about how to treat this strain so that we can deep-freeze and reactivate it succesfully for 1-2yrs of storage?

Thank you in advance,
Erik
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