Article | September 28, 2021

Evaluating The Constraints Of Long-Term Ultracold Storage

By Michael Eder, Business Development / Marketing Manager

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Conventional technologies in Biopharma for cold storage of any drug substance are either cold storage rooms and upright or chest freezers. The latter have more similarities with common refrigerators holding sub-zero temperatures with optional setpoint temperatures. Both technologies are well-established for a reason as they offer options to store biopharmaceuticals either in a very inexpensive way or they have simple and hands-on solutions for quick installation and fixes.

If you seek for a comparison in the myriad of options and promises with regards to cold storage, the following will be interesting for you.

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