Imagine if your lab could do its molecular diagnostics assays without relying on the cold chain? Currently, most labs perform assays in "wet chemistry format," requiring transportation and storage at sub-zero temperatures to maintain the stability and efficacy of reagents. More labs are now turning to lyophilization: a process that freeze-dries reagents into solid and stable particles. By adopting lyophilized assays, you can help your lab save on the effort, cost, and resources involved in working with wet reagents.
Download this white paper to learn more about lyophilization, including the following, courtesy of Fortis Life Sciences:
- What is lyophilization and what are the four steps of lyophilization?
- How can molecular diagnostics lab benefit from lyophilization?
- How is lyophilization making point-of-care diagnostics more accessible?
- What are the key considerations for successful lyophilization?
- How can partnering with the right company for your lab's lyophilization needs help you adopt this technology smoothly?