cryopreservation

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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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was founded in 1990 for the purpose of providing long-term cryostorage services and operates cryostorage centers in Florida, Minnesota, Nevada and Texas.
Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of -70 degree freezer for cryostorage lab in biochemistry dept.
Cryostorage is an accepted approach for many groups of species, such as fruit trees and orchids (Ajeeshkumar and Decruse, 2013), and may be an option for cycads as cryopreserved pollen of C.
Long-term outcomes of elective human sperm cryostorage. Hum Reprod.
embryos in cryostorage. (129) It was undisputed that Mary used her last
Compared to cells, which exhibit impaired therapeutic properties as a result of freeze-thaw and require the use of preservatives for proper cryostorage, secretome-derived products are more amenable to storage, a key consideration from a translational perspective [53].
All the equipment used in the culture (such as incubators, microbiological safety cabinets, cryostorage systems) must be set up and used appropriately and maintenance protocols for cells should be established as Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs).
In vitro propagation and cryostorage of Syzygiumfrancisii (Myrtaceae) by encapsulation- dehydration method.
Citing research on frequent changes in decisions about embryo disposition before and after creation, the Iowa court chose the contemporaneous mutual consent approach because it requires that neither partner remove the embryos from cryostorage and use them in any way unless the other partner consents at the time of removal.
The main challenge is therefore combating the pathogens in larger volumes of L[N.sub.2] and in the containers where it is stored as well as developing or optimizing vitrification devices to ensure hermetical cryostorage of oocytes and embryos after vitrification.
Unlike conventional seed or plant collections, which require maintenance, the only cost associated with cryostorage of plant materials, often called "cryobanking," is the addition to the storage vessels of a small amount of LN each week.
The major products in this market segment include culture systems, incubators, pipetting instruments, roller bottle equipment, biosafety cabinets, cryostorage equipment and others.