How does the Cryoniss clinical sample storage work?
Cryoniss provides secure storage of clinical samples from Phase 0 through to Phase IV. Clinical samples can be stored at ambient temperatures, +4°C -20°C, -80°C and vapour phase liquid nitrogen (-196°C). In certain circumstances, same-day access is available.
The Cryoniss pay-on-demand pricing model means upfront costs are limited to a small setup fee. This is to facilitate the reservation of storage capacity.
Our world-class storage facilities, provide alerting and reporting functionalities which are monitored 24/7 with 21 CFR Part 11, ISO9001 and ISO17025-compliant laboratory systems.
Complete backup arrangements are in place for all our facilities.
Cryoniss processes and procedures have been diligently developed to ensure sample integrity is always of the highest standard.
We operate to the principles of Good Clinical Practice and Good Laboratory Practice.
Upon completion of the clinical study, we will continue to store samples under our Human Tissue Authority licence.
Clinical samples can be retained for future research purposes if required.
We also have appropriate procedures in place for the repatriation or disposal of clinical samples.
For more information about our clinical sample storage, click here.
November 24th, 2022|About Cryoniss, Storage|Comments Off on How Does the Cryoniss Clinical Sample Storage Work?
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