PHCbi supports all who wish for health and introduces innovative technology and discoveries in various fields of Life Science.
PHCbi, as a expert group offering laboratory cold chain solution and cell handling solution has provided Ultra Low Freezers, CO2 incubators and other Laboratory equipment and services since Japan’s first pharmaceutical refrigerator launched.
The “bi” part of our new brand PHCbi is not only a shortened form of the word “biomedical” but also represents both our strength and philosophy as an abbreviation of “biomedical innovation.”
Since the launch of our first Pharmaceutical Refrigerator model in 1966, we have taken advantage of this technology to create exceptional products and services with a high degree of quality and reliability.
What features of a ULT Freezer maximize your research?
How to reduce downtime in cell cultivation turnover.
Lifespan of a ULT Freezer. Consequences for using them for too long?
Limit Sorter Stress on Delicate Cells through Microfluidics
End Cross-Contamination in Flow Cytometry through Microfluidics
Troubleshoot cell growth
Tips on Laboratory Energy Savings
Survey of Coronavirus Treatments
The Laboratory Freezer that uses certain refrigerants may no longer be allowed
Discriminating between specific cell types derived from embryonic stem cells using fluorescent probes
Cell-to-cell HIV-1 transmission in 3D tissue-like environments
Freezing cells without a cryoprotectant become a reality
Opportunities and challenges for induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs): new insights from a mouse model of rapidly reprogrammed nascent iPSCs.
New biomarker-based test to assess the integrity of stored blood samples
Human iPSC-derived blood-brain barrier – a functional, patient-specific, multicellular model on a chip
Research Shows BioBank Storage Time May Be As Significant As Sample Provider’s Age
How can blood donors be encouraged to donate sample and data to biobanks
New insights into in vivo regulation of cell cycle
Novel supercooling techniques to extend preservation times of biological materials
Preventing cancer cells from escaping the immune system – a promising new study
A promising new antifreeze for safer cryopreservation of cells