Enhancing Cell Viability Through Controlled Freezing

Brian Moloney

March 28, 2024

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Cell viability is the cornerstone of successful outcomes in biotechnology research and therapeutic applications. However, freezing cells, particularly in advanced therapy or vaccine manufacturing, poses significant challenges in maintaining viability after thawing. Freezing rates and specific additives must be understood and controlled so that sensitive cells are not damaged. To identify the optimal freezing rate for maximum cell viability, Single Use Support conducted a comprehensive study using its controlled rate cryogenic freezer to freeze Chinese hamster ovary (CHO-K1) cells.

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