Get in the Game: Primary Cell Thawing Made Easy

By | December 1, 2016

CUSTOM PUBLISHING FROM THE SCIENTIST, SPONSORED BY ZENBIO

Thawing can be a stressful process for frozen primary cells. Learn how to thaw your primary cells right the first time, and avoid common mistakes that cause poor cell survival, requiring you to start over.

 

 

 

 

About ZenBio

ZenBio is committed to being your research partner. Since its inception in 1995, ZenBio has been a recognized leader in the development and manufacture of advanced cell-based research products and services. Our expertise is reflected in our commitment to collaboration and world-class technical support. We take our customers' research needs seriously, and we strive to provide the highest quality products and services within everyone's reach. Our modest and tightly controlled balance sheet allows us to keep costs down for you.

ZenBio believes that researchers have more important work at hand than struggling with procuring tissue and isolating cells. Since the beginning, we have worked to establish a robust tissue procurement network and best-in-class cell isolation technologies to simplify research on primary cell systems. Our tissue collection and cell isolation procedures are all institutional review board (IRB) approved, and we have a rigorous quality control system that ensures that only the highest quality cells and media are shipped to our customers.

We're always developing new cell systems to meet your research needs, so please let us know what you're looking for. We're happy to add it to our development pipeline.

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