cryobiology


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the branch of biology that studies the effects of low temperatures on living tissues or organs or organisms

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Strona, "Renal effects following introduction of cryopreserved placental extract on the background of experimental renal failure," Problems of Cryobiology and Cryomedicine, vol.
Higgins, "Membrane permeability of the human granulocyte to water, dimethyl sulfoxide, glycerol, propylene glycol and ethylene glycol," Cryobiology, vol.
(2) Department of Reproductive Systems, Institute for Problems of Cryobiology and Cryomedicine, The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Pereyaslavskaya Str.
Elliott, "Mesenchymal stromal cells derived from various tissues: biological, clinical and cryopreservation aspects," Cryobiology, vol.
Lutze-Wallace, "Viral contamination of embryos cryopreserved in liquid nitrogen," Cryobiology, vol.
Their topics include scaffold processing technologies for tailored cell interactions, engineering cell surface interfaces in tissue engineering and cell-based bio-sensors, protein micro-patterning techniques for tissue engineering and stem cell research, cell and materials interface in cryobiology and cryoprotection, and macrophage-mediated foreign body responses.
Her grandfather Christopher Polge was an eminent biologist whose work formed the foundation of cryobiology.
A preliminary study on epigenetic changes during boar spermatozoa cryopreservation, Cryobiology. 2014; 69(1): 119-127.
In: Clinical Applications of Cryobiology, Fuller BJ, Grout BWW (Eds.).
One of the main tasks in cryobiology, according to Krasil'nikova and Tikhomirov [11], is the search for methods of artificial protection of tissue cells against the damage during freezing and thawing.
Kawata et al., "Cryopreservation of rat MSCs by use of a programmed freezer with magnetic field," Cryobiology, vol.
decreases the freezing lesions on human red blood cell membrane in the presence of dextran and glucose," Cryobiology, vol.
Ma, "Establishment and characterization of a fibroblast line from Simmental cattle," Cryobiology, vol.
Layne, "Seasonal variation in the cryobiology of Rana sylvatica from Pennsylvania," Journal of Thermal Biology, vol.