Cryopreservation: Best Practices for CAR-T Cell Storage
The quality of procedures and products used to prepare, transport and store cells at -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 conditions, and variable storage temperatures.
The objective of this study is to compare 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.
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