Large numbers of stem cells and T cells are usually required for cell-based therapy applications, and cryopreservation is the only method to maintain the functional properties and genetic stability of cells for long-term storage. However, the freeze-thaw process can present challenges including low survival rate, altered gene expression and morphology, and loss of cellular function.
Watch this webinar to explore how to:
- Overcome challenges in cryopreservation
- Choose the correct media
- Optimize cryopreservation to facilitate translation to cellular therapy applications