Environmental Monitoring of Biobanking Facilities

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Why do we actually need to monitor Biobanking Facilities?

There are several reasons for that:

You have to ensure the sample integrity and to document the storage conditions. Another point is the required compliance with national and international regulations e.g. FDA Good Tissue Practice (GTP), FDA Good Storage Practice (GSP).

Furthermore a monitoring allows you an early detection of trends in environmental conditions and to respond proactively and to raise alarms and warnings in case of adverse events e.g. temperature deviation.