cryoprotective


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cryoprotective

 [kri″o-pro-tek´tiv]
capable of protecting against injury due to freezing, as glycerol protects frozen red blood cells.

cryoprotective

/cryo·pro·tec·tive/ (-pro-tek´tiv) capable of protecting against injury due to freezing, as glycerol protects frozen red blood cells.

cryoprotectant

(krī′ō-prō-tĕk″tănt)
A drug that permits cells to survive freezing and thawing.
cryoprotective (-tĕk′tĭv), adjective

cryoprotective

capable of protecting against injury due to freezing, as glycerol protects frozen red blood cells.
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The cryoprotective effects of ascorbic acid supplementation on bovine semen quality.
Hence, in this study we determined whether FH and H2 can also exert a cryoprotective effect on the post-thaw viability of cryopreserved pADSCs.
Objective assessment of the cryoprotective effects of dimethylformamide for freezing goat semen.
Cryopreservation of human fetal liver hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells using sucrose as an additive to the cryoprotective medium.
This was in agreement with the study on cryoprotective effect of LDL on bull semen motility, which demonstrated two folds higher motility from LDL supplementation than from egg yolk (Moussa et al.
Optimising the time of exposure of explants to cryoprotective solutions is needed in order to establish vitrification protocols.
Chilling stressed chickpea seedlings: effect of cold acclimation, calcium and abscisic acid on cryoprotective solutes and oxidative damage.
The various human blood samples were collected in the citrate phosphate dextrose bag from healthy, adult volunteers from the blood bank of CWS Hospital, Jagda, Rourkela, Orissa, India, and used for preservation of isolated RBCs in different cryoprotective solutions.
Overwintering larvae undergo another distinct form of dehydration, known as cryoprotective dehydration (Holmstrup et al.
Identified cultures were stored in cryoprotective medium at -80[degrees]C and tested for susceptibility to antimicrobials.
Cryopreservation of equine sperm: optimal cooling rates in the presence and absence of cryoprotective agents determined using differential scanning calorimetry.
Cryoprotective role of polyols independent of the increase in supercooling capacity in diapausing adults of Pyrrhocoris apterus (Heteroptera: Insecta).