For reliable sample organization
A 2D Data-Matrix code is a two-dimensional square or rectangle of black and white “cells” that encodes information in text or numeric data. It is primarily used on sample storage tubes to organize samples in order to keep track of them, while racks tend to use 1D barcodes.
A well-placed and high-quality 2D Data-Matrix code is essential for reliable sample identification. The Micronic 1d barcode and 2D Data-Matrix code quality is well-known among biobanking and other laboratory facilities as critical to reliably track and trace valuable samples. Especially after experiencing ultra-low temperatures.
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