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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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To Walters, meeting the technical challenge of cryopreserving the elm is crucial to the laboratory's overarching mission, which is to safeguard not only important plant genetic resources, but also those of animals and microorganisms.
When considered in combination with a voluntary embryo donation program, it seems wise to allow [in vitro fertilization] couples the option of cryopreserving supernumerary embryos and donating them when no longer needed," no matter how long the time period, the authors said.
The ThermoGenesis-Mediware system will manage and track the collecting, processing, cryopreserving, archiving, genetic matching, transplanting and patient outcomes of cell therapy products such as neonatal cord blood stem cells.
Researchers already have some means of cryopreserving animals, but those options have their limitations.
The Celution[R] 800 System is being introduced in Europe into the reconstructive surgery market while the Celution[R] 900 System is being commercialized globally for cryopreserving a patient's own stem and regenerative cells.
An understanding of how these animals survive could suggest techniques for cryopreserving human organs (SN: 8/29/87, p.
The Celution([R]) 800 System is being introduced in Europe into the reconstructive surgery market while the Celution([R]) 900 System is being commercialized globally for cryopreserving a patient's own stem and regenerative cells.
The Kazakh researchers started cryopreserving currants and blackberries with basic methods and will now apply the new techniques to apples and apricots.
For example, we've already had discussions with several labs about cryopreserving bee semen.
The Celution[R] 800 System is being introduced in Europe into the reconstructive surgery market while the Celution[R] 900 System will be launched in Asia-Pacific for cryopreserving a patient's own stem and regenerative cells.
This sterile, closed bag system is designed specifically for processing and cryopreserving cord blood cells.
Diaz and his embryologists discussed the idea of cryopreserving the remaining unfertilized eggs.