Cryogenic Cold Chain Management: Protecting Bio-Sample Temperatures Using Automation and Best Practices
White Paper Apr 02, 2020
Preserving the viability of your biological samples is imperative to obtaining good quality data. Samples are often stored such that their temperatures stay below -135°C, the glass transition temperature (Tg). Here, enzymatic activity ceases or is reduced, helping to preserve sample quality. However, if temperatures are not managed properly during sample storage or transportation, the integrity of your data can be lost.
Download this whitepaper to explore how all samples, including innocents, can always stay well below Tg, using an automated workflow including:
- Insulated sleeves to slow warming
- Anytime manual access
- Sample temperature prediction software algorithms
Related White Papers
One of the common molecular analyses is the determination of a lead molecule’s binding kinetics and affinity to the target. This warrants the need for analytical instruments capable of characterizing such molecules. Download this whitepaper to discover an approach that accurately measures multiple high-affinity interactions over long run times.READ MORE
Data accessibility has been a challenge because the lab operator’s relationship to data is usually prescribed by preset LIMS features. Using data science algorithms, it is now possible to process and integrate all LIMS and enterprise data to provide valuable insights and timely, meaningful recommendations. Access this whitepaper to discover a technology that provides a holistic view of your data, delivers statistical and business analysis and increases productivity.
mRNA based interventions are becoming much more prevalent in current times, with several leading SARS-CoV-2 vaccines relying on mRNA technology. Access this whitepaper to learn about an affinity-based method that can streamline mRNA vaccine production and be used for biotherapeutic development.READ MORE