Biobanks and biorepositories trust LabTAG to provide accurate and durable biospecimen identification solutions. As the leader in cryogenic labeling, we empower the biobanking and biopreservation process with innovative products and expert teams dedicated to your success. Our specimen labels integrate with automation tools and tracking systems to streamline a sustainable sample management process throughout the biobanking lifecycle. We are proud to serve biobanking institutions that fuel scientific discovery, track new diseases, and preserve life.
We offer an assortment of cryogenic labels and tapes designed for prolonged specimen storage in ultra-low temperature freezers (-80°C/-112°F), as well as in liquid and vapor phase liquid nitrogen (-196°C/-321°F). These cryogenic labels each serve a unique purpose or are intended for a particular type of cryo container. Compatible with laboratory sample management systems and biobank LIMS.
Cryogenic thermal-transfer labels designed for small diameter cryo tubes, vials, and freezer boxes used for biobanking and biopreservation. Resistant to spraying with ethanol and other alcohols, these cryo labels will also withstand multiple freeze-thaw cycles and high humidity environments.
Cryo-StrawTAG labels are low-VOC cryogenic labels designed to identify standard and high-security IVF straws and vitrification devices. These cryo labels will withstand the vitrification process, perfect for biorepositories preserving oocytes, sperm, and embryos.
Cryogenic thermal-transfer labels for the identification of metal racks, stainless-steel boxes, metal sleeves, as well as vial and straw goblet canes. These barcode labels can be applied on the top and sides of metal racks to identify them and their content easily.
Our tamper-evident cryo labels offer secure and reliable sealing of microtubes, cryo vials, and cryo boxes. Once applied, these specimen labels will tear-up upon any attempt to remove them. Perfect for securely storing and transporting valuable biological samples in biobanks and biorepositories.