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Cryobiology

Storage by cryopreservation is in the −80 °C to −196 °C temperature range. The areas of criobiology usually include the cryopreservation of cells, tissues, gametes, and embryos of animal and human origin for (medical) purposes of long-term storage or cryopreservation of organs under hypothermic conditions for transplantation.

 


Cryopreservation

The short and long-term cryopreservation of biological materials is the solution to the physical phenomenon of deterioration of samples during storage.

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Turnkey Biorepository

Every year hundreds of precious biological specimens (cells, tissues, etc.) are lost, in both public and private institutions, as a result of freezers break-down (lack of back-up or alarm systems, poor freezer maintenance, etc.).

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Cryo-containers

Every year hundreds of precious biological specimens (cells, tissues, etc.) are lost, in both public and private institutions, as a result of freezers break-down (lack of back-up or alarm systems, poor freezer maintenance, etc.),

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Control Rate Freezers

On of the critical step of the cryopreservation is to keep the major number of cells alive during the freezing and thawing process.

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Solutions for low temperature storage

BioRep offers state of art solutions for the very low temperature storage. BioRep recommends products as standard mechanical freezers

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Monitoring and control system

BioRep is a technologically advanced infrastructure able to provide several services to meet the needs of the entire Scientific Community. The company’s objective is to become the leading

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Oxygen Sensors

On of the most important parameters to check in a place where there is nitron, both in liquid or in vapour phase, is the percentage of the oxygen in the atmosphere.

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Cryodermatology

Cryosurgery is the application of extreme cold to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue.

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Disposables

BioRep is able to offer a wide set of products for the storage of biological specimens

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Individual Protection devices

The nitrogen is dangerous not only for the its capacity to reduce the oxygen level in the environment but also because when it is liquid, its low temperature can generate burns.

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