BioKryo Biobanking Network supports clinical trials

In 2019, Air Liquide created a unique Biobanking Network with Biobanks in Italy, France and Germany under the umbrella of BioKryo to support sample management of clinical trials. The GMP compliant Biobanks store the biological material e.g. in the vapor phase of Liquid Nitrogen or at -80 °C in Freezer. We can store samples up to BSL II, which even include e.g. diagnostic samples from Covid-19 patients in separated storage compartments.

This Service includes all kind of logistic support as well as provision of dry ice, packing or dry shippers.


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Business Continuity Plan due to COVID-19 activated

The Corona virus outbreak is moving quickly and has started having a growing impact in the global economy.

BioKryo is monitoring the evolving situation and is taking every precaution to protect our employees, customers and logistics partners. Our team with our Air Liquide partner Biobanks in France & Milano are totally committed to support our customers with mitigation plans across our offices to ensure the best solutions in the regions affected by COVID-19.

For any specific information please contact your local office.


Successful AABB-reaccreditation of BioKryo GmbH

AABB (American Association of Blood Banks) reaccredits BioKryo GmbH

BioKryo GmbH as a service provider for the storage of cryopreserved samples for subsequent therapeutic and diagnostic applications is proud to announce the recertification of their storing service for stem cells according to AABB standard.

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25th ESGCT Anniversary Congress Berlin

At “The European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy (ESGCT)” this year's 25th Anniversary Congress in Berlin BioKryo GmbH presents their service to a professional audience.

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BioKryo Selected for Funding in First PERMIDES Round of Call

BioKryo is successful is getting funding of the PERMIDES consortium, managed by CI3 cluster.

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Mobile Biobanking in routine and emergency cases

Dr. Vincent von Walcke-Wulffen will give a speech regarding this topic at the SMI Biobanking conference in London. He will speak about the need to build up a back-up of existing cell lines, how to ship these samples and what to do, if an emergency case occurs.

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