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Improve sample tracking, ensure sample integrity and drive process efficiency with Azenta Sample Storage Tubes. Explore the range, and select the best tube for your workflow.
Ultra low DNA binding microplates made from PP, fit for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and other sensitive applications with ultra-low DNA input. Off the shelf options. Custom solutions on request.
Life science organizations must collect and manage large numbers of research samples to bring a new therapeutic or diagnostic to market. This is a complex process.
Comprehensive genomics services provide end to end solutions and best-in-class data quality from the trusted experts in genomics.
Plastic storage tubes are used in laboratories worldwide to store biological and chemical samples.
Azenta Life Sciences' world class service team is committed to ensuring you meet your business objectives by providing a flexible portfolio of service products designed to optimize up-time and productivity.
Azenta Life Sciences has established, documented, implemented and currently maintains a quality management system that fulfills the needs of customers.
We are Azenta Life Sciences. We provide unrivaled sample exploration and management solutions to help our customers accelerate discovery, development and delivery.
While the differences between automated and manual storage may appear strictly mechanical, they have far-reaching consequences for sample quality, resource utilization, and collection management.
Azenta Life Sciences bridges the gap between biobanks and industry.
The world's largest genetic data bank of Asian populations and a new center for genomic medicine poise Singapore for the shift toward precision medicine.
Understanding the subtle difference between extractable and leachables is important when selecting sample storage tubes.
Biorepositories must follow current best-practices and meet stringent regulatory requirements for handling and using of biological specimens.
Good storage practices of biological materials is an essential component of any laboratory.
Academic biobanks support preclinical and translational research by collecting, storing, analyzing, and distributing biological samples and associated data to academic and industry researchers.
Modern research relies on large, well-annotated biosample collections that can be employed in multiple research projects.
Sustainability of biorepositories remains a concern as fail-safe commercial concepts for biorepository activities have not yet been developed.
Bioactive leachables and extractables from plastic components can pose serious risks to the biomaterial stored in them.