Why Sample and Tube Size are Considered for Safe Preservation
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  August 22, 2018  
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#ALT# Why Sample and Tube Size are Considered for Safe Preservation

There is a common misconception that the bigger the tissue sample is, the better it is. However, the importance of size does depend on the end-use.

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