When samples need to be stored or transported, it is common for laboratories to freeze the sample. In most cases, samples don’t have any issues being frozen. However, when the samples need to be thawed, there may be some concern regarding the samples’ health and reliability. Freeze-thaw cycles can destroy sample integrity, which can, in turn, negatively impact research results. This freeze-thaw process can happen many times in any given period of time.
Frozen Sample Aliquotting eliminates the need for laboratories to put their samples through a freeze-thaw procedure. It is known as a better method to preserve sample integrity as opposed to a freeze-thaw cycle. By using a frozen sample aliquotter, researchers can extract frozen aliquots from a frozen sample without worrying about sample degradation or increased risks of contamination.
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