• 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Original Planer Controlled Rate freezer, circa 1975 (left) & modern day equivalent (right)
  • 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Original Planer Incubator, circa 1990 (left) & modern day equivalent (right)
  • 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Original Planer Alarm & Monitoring System (left) & modern day equivalent (right)
  • 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Old Style Ships Log (left) & modern day Ships Log3 (right)
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Helping scientists & the medical profession look after cells

For over forty years, we have been helping hospitals, research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies and the IVF industry with the safe storage and preservation of medical and biological specimens.

We work closely with scientists and the medical profession to understand their requirements and to develop and source high quality, reliable equipment that conforms to ISO and Medical Device standards and, where appropriate, assist with compliance including 21 CFR Pt 11.

 

We specialise in providing:

So, if you feel we can help, please do get in touch.

 

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  • Optimising Cryopreservation of Human Testicular Tissues

    Optimising Cryopreservation of Human Testicular Tissues

    While adolescent and adult men have the option to cryopreserve sperm prior to chemotherapy or radiation in cancer treatment, this is not available to pre-pubertal boys. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the Magee-Womens Research Institute write that several IVF centres worldwide are preserving testicular biopsies for these patients in anticipation that spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs)

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  • Treating acute liver failure: a new scaffold for the culture of liver-organoids shows promise

    Treating acute liver failure: a new scaffold for the culture of liver-organoids shows promise

    The development of liver has been of prominent interest, as liver disease is the fifth biggest cause of deaths in the UK. Acute liver failure (ALF) in children is a life-threatening condition. The prognosis of ALF is generally poor and medical intervention relies on a liver or hepatocyte transplantation if the native liver is unable to recover. The major limitation

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  • UEARS

    UEARS

    The 4th Upper Egypt Assisted Reproductive Conference (UEARS), will take place in Cairo from the 20th – 22nd February 2019 and is aimed at gynaecologists, andrologists, embryologists, lab directors, medical field researchers and those involved in Quality Control and Total Quality Management of the ivf laboratory. This year, UEARS hopes to welcome over 2000 delegates and will offer a cutting-edge programme,

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  • Uterine cryopreservation?

    Uterine cryopreservation?

    Research from a team at Nottingham University at the "Fertility 2019" conference presented some interesting results about uterine cryopreservation, which, considering recent reports on the success of uterine transplants, may be a viable option for uterine banking in the future. Author Dr Juan Hernandez-Medrano (pictured here) published a poster on the "Evaluation of tissue after uterine cryopreservation following a slow

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  • 45 years of Planer

    45 years of Planer

    Even after so long in the industry we find that many people don't know much about the background to our company, even if they use our products daily. So to round off our 45th year in business, we have produced an illustrated profile which looks at our internal operations, history, product range and the role that our distributor family have

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