PHILADELPHIA — Researchers at GlaxoSmithKline have shown that high-quality compound-profiling data can be generated by using cryopreserved cells, and that these cells can be plated at various densities to generate equivalent data between 24 hours and 74 hours after plating.
 
Cryopreservation is “vital to getting primary cells and stem cells” into the hands of the average scientist, said John Hambor, CEO of Cognate BioServices.
 

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