What is cell banking?

Cell banking is the process of storing cells in a specially designed facility to maintain the integrity of those samples for long periods of time. The purpose is to maintain the cell sample for the future, which could be used for a product or medicinal needs.

Whilst cryopreservation remains the primary method of choice, long-term cellular viability is dependent upon an optimised freezing, thawing and recovery process. At Cryoniss we use the latest technologies and have optimised our cryo-handling procedures to ensure sample integrity. These procedures include the use of liquid nitrogen adsorbed workstations and dry shippers for shipments between sites.

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