The Big Freeze: Cryopreservation Benefits, Challenges and Troubleshooting



Cryopreservation is a technique used to preserve structurally intact biological specimens by storing them at very low temperatures.

This practice is crucial for a variety of applications within biomedical research clinical use.

Increased knowledge of the physiochemical processes involved in cell cryopreservation has improved the reproducibility of the cryopreservation methodology, however, limitations do still exist.

Download this infographic to learn:

  • How cryopreservation works
  • The challenges in cryopreservation
  • How cryoprotectants can help cryopreservation optimization
  • Troubleshooting tips on the cryopreservation process

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