The recent failure of two liquid nitrogen storage tanks at two separate facilities in the United States has highlighted the need to re-examine the approach to how reproductive laboratories handle the storage of tissue. To fully understand how to increase the security and safety of stored reproductive tissue, we also need to understand why tank failure occurs.
In their article, Kimball O. Pomeroy (pictured here) and Mark Marcon discuss how to manage the risks inherent with the storage of reproductive tissue, as well as where to store tissue, how to store them, how to reduce risks through quality control methods, and finally, options available for inventory management.
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Download the full article ‘Reproductive Tissue Storage: Quality Control and Management/Inventory Software’.
Find out more about alarms and monitoring from Planer here.
Read more about Kimball Pomeroy and The World Egg Bank here.