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The Importance of Reliable Medicinal Product Storage

The Importance of Reliable Medicinal Product Storage Reliable storage of medicinal products is crucial for ensuring safety, efficacy, and quality. There are several types of medicinal products, including biopharmaceuticals, cell and gene therapies, and traditional pharmaceuticals, each of which requires specific storage conditions to maintain their potency and effectiveness.  What Are Biopharmaceuticals? Biopharmaceuticals [...]

By |January 2nd, 2023|Biobanking, Cell Banking, Knowledge|Comments Off on The Importance of Reliable Medicinal Product Storage

Announcing a World Class Cell Culture Collaboration

Announcing a World Class Cell Culture Collaboration between Cryoniss and Perfectus Biomed Cryoniss and Perfectus Biomed reveal a brand new, complete cell culture service offering. Cell banks cultured to exceptional quality and consistency, available when you need them most, with next day sample dispatch as standard. World [...]

By |July 21st, 2022|Cell Banking, Cell culture, Cell Line QC Testing, Knowledge, Logistics Support|Comments Off on Announcing a World Class Cell Culture Collaboration

Cryoniss Proudly Achieve 100% Sample Handling Accuracy

Cryoniss Proudly Achieve 100% Sample Handling Accuracy Based Against Cryoniss Lean 6 Sigma Sample Handling Accuracy Target Rate of 99.99966% The Highest Standard of Sample Handling Our Chief Operating Officer, Phil Hargreaves talks about this accuracy achievement and how Cryoniss are reaching new levels of [...]

By |June 15th, 2022|Cell Banking, Clinical Sample Storage, Knowledge|Comments Off on Cryoniss Proudly Achieve 100% Sample Handling Accuracy

Liquid Nitrogen – A Day in the Life of a LN2 Facility Manager

Liquid Nitrogen - A Day in the Life of a LN2 Facility Manager When it comes to a Liquid Nitrogen facility, the human factor is key. *Warning…  Some readers may find concepts here disturbing. So, I have just left a marketing team meeting and this [...]

By |April 13th, 2021|Biobanking, Cell Banking, Knowledge, Sample Storage|Comments Off on Liquid Nitrogen – A Day in the Life of a LN2 Facility Manager

Cell Lines: The Curse of the Contaminating Cell Line

Cell Lines: The Curse of the Contaminating Cell Line Henrietta Lacks was a historic figure in the field of cell biology.  Her unfortunate death in 1951, lead to the isolation of the first immortalised cell line, HeLa. This cell line has since been used by researchers the [...]

By |October 12th, 2020|Cell Banking, Cell Line QC Testing, Knowledge|Comments Off on Cell Lines: The Curse of the Contaminating Cell Line
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