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Reliable Blood Temperature Monitoring System for AIDS Research

A free white paper by CAS DataLogger

Accsense’s Temperature Monitoring System Protects Irreplaceable Blood Samples The University of Southern California’s Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Virology Research Laboratory relies on their temperature monitoring system to monitor specimen temperature and to provide alarming for their freezer storage units. This CLIA certified lab also works under the NIH’s (National Institute of Health) Division of AIDS. Laboratory Manager Patricia Anthony, CLS, MT (ASCP) explains, “Our lab operates on a small NIH budget for pediatric AIDS research as part of IMPAACT (International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials Network). One of our ongoing projects is to maintain Lab Director Dr. Andrea Kovacs’ 25-year repository of specimens–these blood samples are irreplaceable. With this repository, our scientists have been able to produce vital research presented at CROI and IDSA in this past year along with numerous papers in progress.”

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