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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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All wounds were debrided in an operating room or clinic before cryopreserved umbilical cord (NEOX Wound Allograft) was placed directly over the wound.
Researchers have cryopreserved shoot tips for 30 cultivars, including mandarin and navel oranges.
The citrus collection at Riverside is our current source of material, and we have been strategically selecting high-priority materials for the California industry from that collection as some of the first to be cryopreserved here at NCGRP," says Volk.
Close collaboration between Cryo-Save and Ghent University led the company to manufacture and provide cryopreserved stem cells derived from adipose tissue (ADSC) for the study.
The findings from this study indicate that direct injection of cryopreserved parasites can be used in lieu of mosquito bites.
When comparing between cryopreserved (+LN) and non-cryopreserved (-LN) PLBs using various duration of DMSO treatments, it has been shown that non cryopreserved (-LN) gave the highest viability value.
But the question remains whether a cryopreserved body has lost its soul or retains it while awaiting its thaw and resuscitation, which requires establishing criteria by which to distinguish a body's having a sufficient degree of potentiality to be ensouled versus simply being able to become ensouled (again).
Embryo development after heterotopic transplantation of cryopreserved ovarian tissue.
Unlike cryopreserved grafts, lyophilized grafts can be stored at room temperature and are therefore a lot easier to transport and tend to be a lot more widely available, she said.
We have optimized a nonenzymatic, nontoxic procedure for efficient DNA extraction from fresh and cryopreserved clotted blood.
This is an important advance, as it demonstrates the viability of cryopreserved, cadaverous fetal tissue for use in implants," says Irwin J.