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Formaldehyde in cryoprotectant propanediol and effect on mouse zygotes.

An improved protocol for dilution of cryoprotectants from vitrified human blastocysts*

Cryopreservation of human ovarian tissue using dimethylsulphoxide and propanediol-sucrose as cryoprotectants

DNA integrity and motility of human spermatozoa after standard slow freezing versus cryoprotectant‐free vitrification

Permeability characteristics of human oocytes in the presence of the cryoprotectant dimethylsulphoxide

Determination of optimal cryoprotectants and procedures for their addition and removal from human spermatozoa.

Effects of cryoprotectants and ice-seeding temperature on intracellular freezing and survival of human oocytes

Volume changes of mature human oocytes on exposure to cryoprotectant solutions used in slow cooling procedures

Optimizing cryopreservation of human testicular tissue: comparison of protocols with glycerol, propanediol and dimethylsulphoxide as cryoprotectants

Seasonal Patterns of Cold Hardiness and Cryoprotectant Profiles in Brevicoryne brassicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae)

Changes of Cold Hardiness, Supercooling Capacity, and Major Cryoprotectants in Overwintering Larvae of Chilo suppressalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)

Cryopreservation of follicles in human ovarian cortical tissue. Comparison of serum and human serum albumin in the cryoprotectant solutions

Effect of freezing rate and exposure time to cryoprotectant on the development of mouse pronuclear stage embryos

Evaluation of glycerol removal techniques, cryoprotectants, and insemination methods for cryopreserving rooster sperm with implications of regeneration of breed or line or both 1 2 3

 

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A substance that will prevent or reduce the formation of ice crystals during freezing. For freezing cells, DMSO and glycerol are the commonest cryoprotectants.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Biological Sciences.


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