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March 27, 2024

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Date: Mar 26, 2024

Duration: 30 Min

This webcast features: Stefan Woodhouse,Product Specialist EMEA, Freeze and Thaw Technologies, Sartorius.

Sub-zero storage is the state-of-the art way to preserve cell, virus, and protein products for viability and stability. Cryopreservation is required upstream, downstream, and in some cases, all the way to the finished drug product.

Typically, drug substances are stored and frozen into bottles. However, bottles add complexity and present major constraints in terms of handling, storage, and shipping processes, making cryo-chain management even more challenging. In recent years, single-use containers have evolved to meet industry needs around robustness and to support frozen material logistics across the globe.

In this webinar, we will explain how single-use containers can simplify cold-chain processes, what parameters are important to consider, as well as how to proceed when willing to evaluate single-use containers in replacement to bottles.

Key Takeaways:

  • What advantages single-use containers have compared to bottles.

  • How single-use systems offer flexibility and can adapt to your existing process.

  • How to evaluate single-use containers for your freeze and thaw applications.

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