Equipment purchased

WHAT DOES THE EQUIPMENT DO?

Prior to 2018, the University of Kent did not have a liquid nitrogen based cyrostorage system. This has become particularly necessary to preserve cell line models and patient samples specifically for clinical marker validation.

WHAT EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN PURCHASED?

A Taylor Wharton 20K System that will hold 20,000 vials has been purchased at an installed cost of £21,486.

WHAT DOES THE EQUIPMENT LOOK LIKE?

Here we show Helen Grimsley who is working on the Triple Negative Breast Cancer project that Kent Cancer Trust helps to fund standing next to the Taylor Wharton equipment that stores the samples that are essential for her work.

 

 

 


Equipment purchased
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