Dry shipper details

At our recent BSN symposium, the concept of dry shippers was raised as a less expensive alternative to shipping on dry ice. A dry shipper does not contain liquid nitrogen; instead, it contains non-hazardous nitrogen vapour that keeps biological samples at cryogenic temperatures for transportation.

Details on two different dry shippers can be found here and here. A useful SOP on dry shippers, published by the University of Washington is also available.

If you are interested in the possibility of sharing the initial cost and usage of a dry shipper, please contact us.

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