Cryopreservation (Cryopreservation) is the process of storing a living organism, cell or tissue at ultra-low temperatures so that the frozen material after freezing can be brought back to life. Storage is accomplished by keeping the samples at a temperature below about -130 ° C, where the aqueous solutions are no longer sublimated and recrystallized. For long-term preservation, -150ºC mechanical freezers are used.
Mechanical 150ºC freezers that offer storage and storage solutions with optimum homogeneity and maximum storage capacity; It prevents cross-contamination, provides safe and comfortable use, has a specially designed cascade cooling system, is low cost compared to storage in liquid nitrogen, and maximizes storage capacity thanks to VIP Plus insulation.
-150ºC / - 152ºC ultra low-temperature deep freezer usage areas;
• Umbilical cord blood as a source of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells.
• Stem cells for autologous transplants in patients with high dose chemotherapy.
• Adipose tissue, epithelial cells and bone marrow for stem cell therapy.
• Blood products for immunology analysis.
• Mesenchymal stromal cells for regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.
• Cancerous tissue samples.
• Semen for artificial insemination - used to breed guide dogs and racehorses.
• Oocytes and embryos for IVF.
• Ovarian tissue for preserved reproductive function in treated women.
• Plant seeds/shoots for breeding.
• Components for a tight fit of parts in industrial manufacturing.
• Temperature testing of parts in the automotive and aerospace industry.