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A Guide to Cryopreservation Equipment and Freezing Programs

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Cryopreservation is the process of freezing cells, tissues or organs at ultra-low temperatures, preserving them for long-term storage by halting biological activity.  Innovations like enhanced cryoprotective agents and specialized equipment have advanced cryopreservation, ensuring proper sample freezing at controlled rates.

This guide explores these advancements in cryoprotective agents and equipment, which are vital for scientific fields from biobanking to drug development.

Download this guide to explore:

  • Which type of controlled-rate freezers and accessories fit the needs of your lab
  • Considerations for regulatory compliance and performance specifications
  • The importance of product and application support 
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