cryopreserve


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cryopreserve

(krī′ō-prĭ-zûrv′)
tr.v. cryopre·served, cryopre·serving, cryopre·serves
To preserve (cells or tissue, for example) by freezing at very low temperatures.

cry′o·pres′er·va′tion (-prĕz′ər-vā′shən) n.
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This winter, when the temperatures drop to their lowest, a NJDEP crew will snip twigs from the elm and ship them to Fort Collins, where the researchers will cryopreserve them using methods tried with other tree species.
ARS experts will try to cryopreserve germplasm from the tree.
The C'elle service is based on Cryo-Cell's expansive patent pending IP technology portfolio and was introduced in November, 2007 as the first and only service that empowers women to collect and cryopreserve menstrual flow containing undifferentiated adult stem cells for future potential utilization by the donor or possibly first-degree relatives in a manner similar to umbilical cord blood stem cells.
The C'elle service was introduced in November 2007 as the first and only service that empowers women to collect and cryopreserve menstrual flow containing undifferentiated adult stem cells for future utilization by the donor or possibly their first-degree relatives in a manner similar to umbilical cord blood stem cells.
The specific type of adult stem cells the company cryopreserves is called Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC).
and President, Fertility Centers of Illinois, early results suggest that vitrification is the most effective way to cryopreserve eggs: "FCI routinely uses vitrification with great success for patients undergoing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures who have more embryos than are required for a fresh embryo transfer.
Lifchez, early results suggest that vitrification is the most effective way to cryopreserve eggs.
The relatively low likelihood that a woman who cryopreserves her eggs before age 35 will ever need or use them
Whereas freezing of tissue samples results in damaging ice formation within cells and in the surrounding extracellular matrix, vitrification cryopreserves tissues without ice crystal formation.