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How to Keep Platelets Safe While Saving Energy

While we all know platelets as the component of blood that helps it develop clots upon wounds, there’s more to these biconvex discoid structures. When it comes to storing them, they must be isolated from blood and stored separately, with plasma. The time period of their storage is usually five days. Over time, they undergo a number of storage changes, which makes their storage much more demanding.

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4 Preventive Maintenance Tips for Laboratory Refrigerators

Pharmaceutical-grade lab refrigerators in research centers and medical facilities store temperature-sensitive biological samples and vaccines. Failure to follow the best preventive maintenance practices of essential lab equipment can lead to sub-optimal performance, or worse, reduced potency and compromised the integrity of sample materials.

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