• 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Original Planer Controlled Rate freezer, circa 1975 (left) & modern day equivalent (right)
  • 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Original Planer Incubator, circa 1990 (left) & modern day equivalent (right)
  • 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Original Planer Alarm & Monitoring System (left) & modern day equivalent (right)
  • 45 Years of Expertise

    45 Years of Expertise

    Old Style Ships Log (left) & modern day Ships Log3 (right)
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Helping scientists & the medical profession look after cells

For over forty years, we have been helping hospitals, research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies and the IVF industry with the safe storage and preservation of medical and biological specimens.

We work closely with scientists and the medical profession to understand their requirements and to develop and source high quality, reliable equipment that conforms to ISO and Medical Device standards and, where appropriate, assist with compliance including 21 CFR Pt 11.

 

We specialise in providing:

So, if you feel we can help, please do get in touch.

 

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  • Successful oocyte retrieval and fertilisation after transplantation of cryopreserved ovarian tissue

    Successful oocyte retrieval and fertilisation after transplantation of cryopreserved ovarian tissue

    A combined team from Singapore's Sincere IVF and Gleneagles Hospital, report and describe successful ovarian freeze, transplant and ICSI fertilisation in the Journal of Reproductive Biotechnology and Fertility (Dr Jaffar Ali editor-in-chief). Ovarian tissue freezing is still a novel and complicated technique which can be used clinically for fertility preservation in female children, adolescents and adults with cancer.The team, led

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  • Preservation of Cellular Therapies - BioCoR Course

    Preservation of Cellular Therapies - BioCoR Course

    The Bio-preservation Core Resource at the University of Minnesota is offering a new course on the emerging issues in preservation of cell therapies aligned with the fundamentals of cryo-preservation. The course includes cryo protocol development, the designing of a storage facility plus practical advice on cryo containers and equipment, reagents, regulatory issues along with clinical aspects of cryo-preservation and quality

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  • New ovarian tissue freezing programme

    New ovarian tissue freezing programme

    For women diagnosed with cancer, chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment may cause irreversible ovarian damage. IVF prior to treatment is only available to women with a partner or those willing to use donor sperm and is contra indicated for those with hormone sensitive tumours and, additionally, may use up valuable time. Ovarian tissue transplantation can overcome these problems and now a

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  • New DATAssure sensors added to the range

    New DATAssure sensors added to the range

    DATAssure™ combined temperature and level sensor releasedSince its introduction in 2017 the DATAssure™ wireless and monitoring system has proven itself as the ‘go to’ monitoring system for laboratories around the world. The easy to use and intuitive system provides a wide array of different sensors, many of which are designed by Planer for use within our customers’ specific applications, and

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  • Optimising Cryopreservation of Human Testicular Tissues

    Optimising Cryopreservation of Human Testicular Tissues

    While adolescent and adult men have the option to cryopreserve sperm prior to chemotherapy or radiation in cancer treatment, this is not available to pre-pubertal boys. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the Magee-Womens Research Institute write that several IVF centres worldwide are preserving testicular biopsies for these patients in anticipation that spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs)

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