Greetings and all for my first post here!!
A little back story. I am working with HEK293 cells and HERG channels. Bright and early one Monday morning I went to retrive my pipette solution from frozen storage and the freezer had quit working. The thermometer was reading warmer than room temp, and computer records showed that the freezer had gone out sometime on Friday morning. So I know that all my pipette solutions are trashed.
Since the MgATP is the main temperature sensitive component. I have entered search queries in PubMed with MgATP and thermal stablitiy. But I get a ton of articles that deal nothing with pipette solution. Is there any articles that might deal with ATP from other sources in a different use from pipette solution? So if someone can point me in a direction of an article which deals with the time that pipette solution (or MgATP in general) can remain at room temp before becoming completely trashed, that would be greatly appreciated.