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cryobank

 [kri´o-bank″]
a facility for freezing and preserving semen at low temperatures (usually −196.5°C) for future use.

cryobank

/cryo·bank/ (kri´o-bank″) a facility for freezing and preserving semen at low temperatures (usually −196.5° C.) for future use.

cryobank

(krī′ə-băngk′)
n.
A place of storage that uses very low temperatures to preserve semen or transplantable tissues.

cryobank

a facility for freezing and preserving semen at low temperatures (usually −196.5 °C) for future use.
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Fairfax Cryobank contacts donors every two years to check they're in good health.
The California Cryobank, for example, charges up to $650 for
For example, commentators have cited as examples a family notifying a sperm bank that their child was born with a genetic condition; (73) a case where a cryobank sold 1,500 vials of sperm provided by a carrier of a serious kidney disorder; (74) and a suit brought against a sperm clinic for giving false assurances that the sperm purchased by a couple underwent genetic testing.
The universal latch rack retains several of the proven features of the original 2 mL and 5 mL Cryobank rack, including an ANSI standard microplate footprint, open bottoms for 2D barcode readability and strategically placed automation orientation detection features.
I stood looking at the foliage that surrounded the entrance of the Cryobank.
Scott Brown, a Cryobank spokesman, told the Daily Telegraph: "People want to make some connection to the donor and this gives them something tangible.
The world's leading sperm bank, California Cryobank, Inc.
The number of men donating sperm grew by 15 percent in the last year, according to California Cryobank.
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Mundy describes the wry buttons that the Scandinavian Cryobank gave away at a massive fertility conference she attended.
She is a consultant graphologist to California Cryobank, Cambridge, Mass.