freeze-dry


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preserve by rapid freezing and subsequently drying in a vacuum

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TDLAS can also assist with a QbD approach to freeze-dry cycle development and optimization, including measurement of vial heat transfer coefficient, resistance of the dried product layer to flow of water vapour and equipment capability.
Experiments were conducted using an average of three fillets that were frozen, partially thawed, cut into cubes, arranged into freeze-dry trays, and processed immediately.
Scientists at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks (UAF), in collaboration with the Agricultural Research Service's Subarctic Agricultural Research Unit (SARU), which has offices at the Fishery Industrial Technology Center in Kodiak, Alaska, developed a freeze-dry process that produces acceptable food characteristics such as good product color, quick rehydration, and limited shrinkage in less time than the traditional freeze-dry method.
To efficiently freeze-dry large quantities of plasma, the individual units were poured into a large pool often containing the plasma from more than a thousand donors.
Timing is everything, says Ashkenazy, and the time for freeze-dry seems to have arrived.
Lyoguard[R] Freeze-Dry Trays offer professionals in the pharmaceutical industry a cost-effective method of freeze-drying materials that results in a significant increase in product containment, decrease in product contamination, and dramatic reductions in clean up costs.