Next Webinar Speaker
Sven Mühlfriedel PhD of Greiner Bio-One
Sven Mühlfriedel will give a presentation entitled “Sample Storage Tubes as Quality-Critical Components in Biobanking” on Thursday 21.09.2017 at 14:00 CET. Please book here to receive the call-in details for the webinar: https://goo.gl/bxL2uV
During his diploma studies at the Universities of Jena, Germany and Pittsburgh, USA and in his doctoral thesis at the Max-Planck-Institute in Göttingen, Germany, Sven Mühlfriedel worked on a better understanding of mechanisms underlying the development of the nervous system. In 2005, he joined Greiner Bio-One as a product manager for new Cell Culture Technologies and Cryo Storage Technology. Today, Sven Mühlfriedel is the team leader of the Product Management Group at Greiner Bio-One with a strong focus on Cryo Technologies and Biobanking applications.
Next Webinar in Summary
"Sample Storage Tubes as Quality-Critical Components in Biobanking"
Biobanks store biological samples and associated data to make them available for clinical studies, research on biomarkers, personalised medicine and public health. The paramount goal of Biobanking is the preservation of sample integrity during all steps of sample collection, processing, storage and delivery; hence, factors influencing the sample quality during these steps need to be understood and controlled. In particular, the following quality criteria will be discussed:
• raw material of the tube
• tube closure systems and their suitability for long-term storage
• biomolecule adsorption onto the tube surface
• datamatrix codes for tube identification – their quality features and importance
• quality of the datamatrix barcodes
• guidelines for good practise in Biobanking.
Thursday 21.09.2017 at 14:00 CET. “Sample Storage Tubes as Quality-Critical Components in Biobanking” by Sven Mühlfriedel PhD, of Greiner Bio-One. Please book here to receive the call-in details for the webinar: https://goo.gl/bxL2uV
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