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CryoStor cryopreservation
freeze media

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BioLife Solutions manufactures and markets proprietary protein-free, serum-free cGMP biopreservation media for cells, tissues, and organs. We perform contract R & D and offer biopreservation protocol consulting. And for select customers, we perform custom formulation, fill, and finish services. NEW! Single-Use Syringes and Bulk Dispensing Bags.

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Contract Research
Leverage our expertise to optimize your biopreservation protocols.

Formulation, Fill, and Finish
Outsource your biopreservation media manufacturing to BioLife.

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CryoStor versus Alternative Cryopreservation Media

HypoThermosol versus Alternative Hypothermic Storage

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Cord Blood Registry® Uses BioLife Solutions CryoStor® Clinical Grade Freeze Media in the Storage of Umbilical Cord Tissue Stem Cells Press Release>>

BioLife Solutions Announces Preliminary Q1 2015 Revenue of $1.5 Million and Continued Product Adoption in the High Growth Regenerative Medicine Market Press Release>>

BioLife Solutions CryoStor® Cell Preservation Media Embedded in Cardio3 BioSciences’ Phase III Clinical Trials of C-Cure® Cell Therapy for Congestive Heart Failure Press Release>>

BioLife Solutions Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2014 Financial Results
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BioLife Solutions CryoStor® Cell Freeze Media Used in Mayo Clinic Safety and Feasibility Study of Umbilical Cord Blood-Derived Cells for Pediatric Cardiac Regeneration Press Release>>

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13th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Logistics Management Summit Canada
February 23-26, 2015

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