Stem Cell Cryogenic Storage Solutions
Stem Cell storage is a process where cells or whole tissue samples are preserved by cooling to low sub-zero temperatures, typically −196°C (the boiling point of liquid nitrogen). At temperatures below −130°C biological activity ceases and storing at these temperatures is necessary to preserve the material unaltered.
A reliable constant supply of liquid nitrogen is of vital importance for biological storage. Years of work and investment could be totally wasted should the biological sample perish due to a lack of sufficient liquid nitrogen. We have expertise with logistics, controlled temperature states, and understand the vital importance of maintaining quality and standards at all times.