vial and a built-in RFID transponder. The memory chip stores individual data
such as measuring or freezing protocols, images or SOPs.
UBD provides its cryoservices for private customers and partners on a
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storage of precious tumor tissue for future therapeutic and diagnostic
UBD uses a groundbreaking cryo-storage procedure pioneered by the Fraunhofer
Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBMT). UBD joins innovative procedures
for storage of cryosamples with international IT standards. The samples are
stored in a way designed to meet the requirements of modern bio-technology.
The frozen samples are stored in the gas phase of liquid nitrogen at a
temperature of under -190 ° C in specially designed Icebreaker®
cryovials. The cryovials are equipped with an ultra-low temperature memory
chip inseparably built into each individual
Uomorphis is a division of the Center for Molecular Oncopa-thology in
Düsseldorf, Germany. The major line of activity is state-of-the-art
cryobanking of tumor tissue.
Private cryostorage of a sample of the own tumor tissue is the best means of
guaranteeing optimal preservation of valuable material ensuring the highest
level of quality for therapy and diagnostics of tomorrow. At a storage
temperature of under -190 ° C the shelf-life of tissue is indefinitely on
Uomorphis Biobank Düsseldorf (UBD) is one of the largest private cryobanks
in Europe. The declared aim is medium- and long-term
Uomorphis Biobank Düsseldorf (UBD)