What are the precautions for storing phosphatidylserine liquid?



When storing phosphatidylserine liquid (PS solution), the following precautions are recommended to maintain its quality and stability:

Temperature: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Suitable storage temperatures are usually between 2°C and 8°C(36°F and 46°F). Avoid exposing products to extreme temperatures or temperature fluctuations.

Container: Use a suitable storage container that is resistant to light, moisture, and air. It is recommended that PS liquids be stored in sealed opaque containers to minimize exposure to oxygen, which can cause oxidation and degradation.

Avoid freezing: Although PS liquids are generally stable at low temperatures, we should still avoid freezing products. Freezing and subsequent thawing can cause changes in its physical properties and may affect the quality of the PS liquid.

Moisture-proof: Protect the phosphatidylserine liquid from excessive moisture or humidity, which can affect its stability and integrity and lead to potential degradation or caking. Therefore, we need to ensure that the storage area is dry and avoid storing the PS liquid where it is prone to condensation or high humidity.

Cross-contamination: Prevent cross contamination of PS liquids by storing them separately from other chemicals, strong odors, or materials that may adversely affect their quality. We need to store PS liquids in dedicated storage areas or cabinets to avoid any potential interactions or contamination.

Handling: When we handle PS liquids, ensure proper hygiene practices, including clean hands and proper protective equipment, avoid direct contact with skin or eyes, and use appropriate personal protective equipment (e.g. gloves, goggles) if necessary.

Shelf life monitoring: regularly monitor the shelf life and shelf life of PS liquid. Use the oldest stock to maintain the freshness of the product and avoid using expired or spoiled PS liquids.

Documentation: Keep appropriate storage condition documentation, including temperature records and product inventory. This helps ensure traceability, quality control, and compliance with regulatory requirements.

Users should follow the storage guidelines provided by the phosphatidylserine liquid manufacturer. The specific storage requirements may vary according to the product formulation and manufacturer's recommendations.