A recent poster authored by Brooks Life Science Systems and BioLife Solutions compared two methods of preparing, transporting and storing live T-cells at both -80°C and -190°C to demonstrate best practices to achieve the highest post-thaw viability.

The quality of procedures and products used for preparing, transporting and storage of cells at both -80°C and -190°C temperatures have a direct impact on post-thaw viability and functionality. Sub-standard preparation, handling, storage, and products may subject cells to improper cryoprotectant exposure, poorly controlled shipping and storage conditions and temperatures.

Savsu participated in this study with Brooks and BioLife.  Great work.

You can download this poster instantly here: http://go.brooks.com/Preserve-T-Cells