Processed Sample Stability [Bioanalytics]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2020-05-20 16:29 (770 d 01:35 ago) – Posting: # 21454
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Hi ksreekanth,

» Processed Sample (PS) Stability proved at 10°C (In Auto-sampler), Can we analyze the processed Samples which were stored in refrigerator (4°C) for which stability was not established at refrigerator (4°C) condition.

What are your thoughts – do you remember the [image] Arrhenius equation? However, in the strict sense (!) autosampler stability  processed sample stability.

This reminds me on heated discussions at the Crystal City III workshop along these lines:

“We have validated long-term stability at –20℃.
Can we store samples at –70℃ without re-validation?”

Amazingly some answered “Yes!”
Was – and is – beyond my intellectual reach. See also Ohlbe’s post.

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