As biomacromolecules such as enzymes are easy to denature, conventional liquid reagents usually require low-temperature storage and transportation.
Loss of Reagents
Repeated freeze-thaw cycles will adversely impact the performance of conventional liquid reagents, which will cause the loss of the reagents after several times usage.
Difficult to Realize Automation
The conventional kit usually contains several liquid components, requiring a lot of manual pipetting operations, which makes it difficult to be automated.
Freeze-Drying System: Making the Change
Easier Storage and Transportation
With freeze-drying technology, the conventional liquid reagents can be lyophilized into solid microbeads. These microbeads can be stored and transported at room temperature. Besides, there are no more worries about the repeated freeze-thaw cycles issues as they are in solid.
Convenient All-in-One System
A freeze-drying system can combine all components into a single microbead. Sometimes only water is required when carrying out the reaction. The overall operation is greatly simplified, thus no professional technicians and equipment are required, which is ideal for automation.
Build Your Freeze-Drying System
The screening process does not only eliminate the non-lyophilizable components but also test the performance of those enzymes after lyophilization.
Note: At SBS Genetech, our lyophilizable enzymes are all verified with superior performance.
Establishing your reaction system by selecting the primers and probes, as well as adjusting the amount of enzyme and making up of buffer solution.
Note: At SBS Genetech, we offer high-quality custom primers and probes synthesis service.
Develop your freeze-drying process according to the reaction system and optimize the components based on the result of the performance testings.