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Biopharma Group has a wealth of experience in Cryogenics storage. In this section we aim to bring together a variety of technical and market information to share with you.

November 10, 2023

The role of Cryopreservation within Cell and Gene Therapy

Cell and gene therapies are innovative approaches to treating diseases by harnessing the power of a patient's own cells or by introducing genetic material to correct or modify cellular functions. These therapies have the potential to revolutionise the field of medicine and provide new treatment options for a wide range of diseases, including genetic disorders, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative disorders and autoimmune diseases.
September 13, 2023

Cryopreservation vs. Lyophilisation: Decoding the glass transition phenomenon

In the realm of preserving delicate biological substances and pharmaceuticals, two prominent methods take centre stage: cryopreservation and lyophilisation. Cryopreservation involves either controlled or rapid freezing of biological materials, while lyophilisation focuses on removing water through freeze-drying. At the heart of these techniques lies a crucial phenomenon known as the glass transition – a pivotal factor influencing the stability and longevity of products.
June 12, 2023

Centralising cryostorage for better safety and sample management

Samples are at the heart of every lab. They are often valuable, precious and contain information that could answer novel research questions. This could lead to new drug discoveries, provide people with life-saving treatments, or, in the case of infertility clinics, helping to create lives. Therefore, in fertility clinics, academia, biobanks, research and pharmaceutical laboratories, safe handling and storage of biological samples is paramount to achieve successful results.
May 15, 2023

Ensuring Cryogenic Success: Safely Transporting Valuable Samples with Innovative Container Design

Valuable materials can be stored for many years under cryogenic temperatures without losing viability which is a key enabling technology in research, cell therapy and regenerative medicine. It is proving to be a vital tool in protecting cells across diverse scientific applications such as stem cells, animal reproductive cells, human tissue samples and embryos.