When working with sensitive biological samples, control is everything. In this case, we’re talking about controlling the temperature to keep samples from deteriorating. Now, the only way to ensure that you have control, is by validating and monitoring the storage in which they’re kept and the means of which they’re being transported by.
By performing thermal validation and continuous monitoring of these processes, you have the necessary data, reports and alerts to ensure compliance. When done right, you can feel confident that your biological samples are safe to use after prolonged time in storage, and that they’re intact and viable after being transported.
To validate these processes, we recommend using wireless data loggers, whilst continuous monitoring should be setup using an environmental monitoring system.