What To Expect When You Request Post-Thaw Segment QC Testing On A Cord Blood Unit


The selection process of cord blood units (CBU) requires thaw quality control (QC) testing to verify the quality and potency of stored cells. CBU are manufactured with attached segments that can be cut from the CBU without compromising the bag, allowing for testing without having to thaw the whole CBU.

Heterogeneity of data between labs can make the interpretation of QC results difficult for transplant centers, making it essential to determine if segment QC testing continues to be a reliable indicator of CBU quality for the transplant centers.

Examine the post-thaw segment QC results for 2,249 consecutive segments cut at our institution, in order to create a benchmark of what is to be expected when interpreting segment testing.

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