Storing biological materials, especially living cells and tissues, can be a complicated process. Improper handling or storage conditions can damage cells, thus reducing viability. Cryopreservation is key to maintaining the integrity of sensitive biological materials for extended periods of time.
To help you navigate the process of planning a cryogenic storage facility, we've put together a comprehensive guide to help you get started, featuring advice from the collection of best practices published by the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) .
What you’ll learn:
- Recommendations for designing and equipping your LN2 facility
- How to monitor your LN2 facility and storage units
- Factors to consider when installing and maintaining liquid nitrogen
- Ways to ensure safety, and preparing your LN2 facility for emergencies
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