Upgrades to the University of Alaska Museum's Genomic Resources facility and a novel space-saving cryotube design

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The University of Alaska Museum (UAM) has maintained a frozen tissue collection for nearly three decades. Samples were originally housed in ultracold freezers, but mechanical failures, power outages, a lack of responsiveness by campus emergency services, and the potentially disastrous synergism among these posed a real threat to this irreplaceable and increasingly useful resource. With funding fro...

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