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Melanie Weber

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On9/13/18, 8:49 AM

Unfortunately not.

Once a probe is dried out, it is unsuitable for further experiments and cannot be recovered. Most critical is the probe opening, yet also the probe reservoir should stay wet at all times. Read here how you can prevent the drying out of a probe during storage.


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