Maintaining chain of condition in automated BioBanks

Biobanks typically cryopreserve biospecimens to safeguard their biochemical composition. Exposing samples repeatedly to temperatures above -80°C for prolonged periods of time can degrade sample integrity.

Automated sample management systems provide significant advantages over manual storage; however, many automated systems that store biospecimens at -80°C house their robotic components at warmer temperatures, typically at -20°C, to ensure reliable performance. As a result, the samples will transverse through temperatures above -80°C for sample processing. This whitepaper will explore how researchers ensure their chain of condition requirements are met during automated processing to maintain sample integrity.


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