Protect and Preserve Product in Freeze/Thaw, Storage, and Shipment
The cell and gene therapy (C>) fields of biomedical research have similar goals targeting DNA or RNA inside or outside the body by modifying genetic material to improve functioning or to fight disease. Cell therapy introduces new cells into a patient’s body to grow, replace, or repair damaged tissue to treat a disease. In gene therapy, genes are modified or incorporated into a patient’s body to treat, prevent, or potentially cure a disease. A therapeutic gene can be directly delivered to cells inside the patient’s body or inserted into cells outside the body before being introduced into the body.
Many C> treatments such as CAR-T and mRNA vaccines require repeated freezing and thawing during production, storage, and delivery. Aramus™ single-use assemblies are ideal for protecting and optimizing the cold-chain freeze/thaw processes for these precious treatments.
Through our 2D bag material selection, designs, and secondary protective shells, Aramus assemblies can substantially reduce the risks associated with cell and gene therapy storage and transport.