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cryopreservation

[¦krī·ō‚prez·ər′vā·shən]
(engineering)
Preservation of food, biologicals, and other materials at extremely low temperatures.
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The original plan was to cryopreserve the elm's seeds, notes Christina Walters, a plant physiologist with ARS's National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Is it best to cryopreserve human cumulus-free immature oocytes before or after in vitro maturation?
We anticipate that C'elle will provide the opportunity for women across mainland China to harvest and cryopreserve their own stem cells for potential therapeutic utilization in the future," said Mercedes A.
However, feldspar alone is not enough to cryopreserve cells in multi-well plates.
People would be able to cryopreserve embryos essentially without using any equipment,' he says.
The company's ability to aspirate a patient's own bone marrow, separate specific adult stem cells, multiply the cells in the company's GMP laboratory, and cryopreserve them for future therapeutic uses are being featured in the documentary.
Leopold's efforts to cryopreserve fly embryos first began there in the mid-1980s, "but it didn't really get going until the early 1990s," he says.
A StemSource Cell Bank is the key to allowing hospitals to process and cryopreserve a patient's own adipose-derived stem and regenerative cells, when the cells are younger and more viable.
ViaCell's proprietary technology to cryopreserve and thaw human oocytes uses a choline chloride-based media designed to protect the cells from damage during the freezing process.