Optimising sample processing for secure cold storage
The acquisition and processing of valuable biospecimens is highly regarded as a crucial step towards biological discovery. Studies in both academic research and industrial manufacturing settings look to maximise cell recovery and viability by minimising pre-analytical variables. These studies require documenting conditions including long-term cold storage temperatures, which can vary based on the sample type and volume. One important step helping to achieve greater consistency is utilising controlled-rate freezing. Using a reliable slow rate of freezing for many sample types to reach ultra-low or cryogenic temperatures complies with the most successful operating protocols. This webinar will discuss the key features and performance specifications that can aid in creating a secure collection of precious samples in an academic or GMP environment.
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