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Cryopreservation is Integral to Research Success

Poor sample storage and preservation can cause data variability

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Inconsistent storage conditions are one of the leading causes of data variability today. The potential degradation or contamination of samples and reagents creates discrepancies in experimental results, delaying research progress. Cryopreservation is extremely popular today in life science laboratories, primarily as a means of storing sample and reagent aliquots for later use. However, selecting optimal cryopreservation measures can be tricky, and this choice depends greatly on the nature of the sample.

Download this eBook from PHCbi and The Scientist's Creative Services team to learn about

  • Why cryopreservation is important
  • Different cryopreservation methods
  • The best practices for freezing and thawing samples
  • How to troubleshoot common cryopreservation challenges