Cell Banking Services, Science and Research

Cell_Banking_Cell_Bank_pic Using cryovials stored in liquid nitrogen (LN2), cell samples are frozen down in order to store them for long periods in what we call a “bank” for cells. There are different types of cell banking, including Master Cell Banks (MCB) and Working Cell Banks (WCB).
  CellBanking.net provide biological concepts of cell banking, research methods, and list of available commercial services. Most scientists and researchers interested in cell banking services use a CRO, or a Contract Research Organization, which can make cell banking a much easier process meeting quality control and regulatory requirements.
Commercial services include non-GLP and GLP-compliant cell banking services Altogen Labs offers both non-GLP and GLP-compliant cell banking services (read more about GLP cell banking services).
 

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We hope to excite your curiosity in contemporary biological concepts and practices, because recent discoveries have created a lot of potential for growth in the industry. Cell banking is important method beneficial to many types of scientific experiments, and has many practical implications. These range from biomedical treatments to common ailments (such as stem cells) to environment-friendly solutions to pollution. There is even potential for study or improvement of biofuels, which can be renewable and easily produced. Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more in-depth explanations and definitions.