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Validating the Stability and Durability of Labels After Thawing from Cryogenic Temperatures

Posted by Meg Duskin on Mar 16, 2018 12:00:00 AM

Working at cryogenic temperatures presents many challenges. One important element involves ensuring labels remain intact and securely adhered to packaging after application as product moves from ambient temperatures to cryogenic temperatures to thawing at the point of use.

To address the stability and adhesion of four different label lots from three manufacturers, Fisher BioServices designed a label evaluation study to observe how well each label type adhered to its substrate under conditions of application, cure time, thawing, and storage in cryogenic temperatures over a 5-month time period. This study serves as a model for the need to validate label stability and adherence and is an example of the many different types of validation studies Fisher BioServices regularly conducts to mitigate risk for customers during all phases of an advanced therapy clinical trial.

Download the poster Validating the Stability and Durability of Labels After Thawing from Cryogenic Temperatures to learn more!

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