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Sample Preservation Class of Medical Consumables

The Role of Cryogenic Containers in Sample Preservation and Storage.

We can provide cryogenic vials, cryogenic boxes, screw cap tubes, etc. In sample preservation, cryogenic vials, cryogenic boxes and screw cap tubes are essential for storing biological specimens for long-term preservation. These containers prevent degradation of the samples by keeping them at very low temperatures, typically -80°C or below. Cryogenic vials and screw cap tubes are ideal for maintaining small volumes of samples, whereas cryogenic boxes are used for storing a large number of samples. These containers help in various applications including biobanking, genetics, and medical research.

Cryogenic Storage of Stem Cells for Regenerative Medicine

Cryogenic storage of stem cells is a critical aspect of regenerative medicine. Stem cells are unique cells that have the ability to develop into various types of cells in the body, making them valuable for repairing damaged tissue or organs. One challenge in using stem cells for therapeutic purposes is how to store and preserve them for future use. Cryogenic storage – which involves cooling cells to very low temperatures in liquid nitrogen – is a popular method for long-term preservation of stem cells. Cryogenic vials, boxes, and screw cap tubes are essential for this process, helping to maintain the integrity and viability of the cells until they are needed for use in procedures such as bone marrow transplants or tissue regeneration.

Cryogenic Storage of Animal and Plant Tissues for Genetic Resources Conservation

1. Plant and animal tissues can be stored in sterile, controlled environments in cryogenic vials, cryogenic boxes and screw cap tubes that are cryogenically frozen to extremely low temperatures (often below -150°C).

2. This procedure guarantees the preservation of living cells and genetic material in both plants and animals. When it comes to protecting rare or endangered species, it can be very helpful.

3. Due to cryogenic preservation, researchers can return to those tissues in the future to examine genetic data, take note of new uses for or technological advancements, and repurpose specimens for recovery or duplication.