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CryoLetters is a bimonthly international journal for low temperature sciences, including cryobiology, cryopreservation or vitrification of cells and tissues, chemical and physical aspects of freezing and drying, and studies involving ecology of cold environments, and cold adaptation

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Abstracts Volume 40 No 1 is now available

 

 

Volume 40, No. 1 January/February 2019

ISSN 0143-2044

 

 


Safer vitrification of mouse and human embryos using the novel cryoroom vitrification system for assisted reproductive technology
Hiroaki Inui, Jinji Mizuno, Eiko Kikuchi, Kaori Noguchi,
Yuri Tanji, Miki Hamabata, Chiho Kotsuzumi,
Makiko Komiyama, Yukiko Noguchi and Midori Tamura

1-10

 

 


Effect of different cryoprotectants (glycerol, methanol and dimethyl sulfoxide) on post-thaw quality, viability, fertilization ability and DNA damage of cryopreserved Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) spermatozoa
Yusuf Bozkurt, İlker Yavaş, Mustafa Numan Bucak
and Deniz Yeni

11-17

 

 


Development of cryopreservation protocol for Aquilaria malaccensis Lam., a recalcitrant seeded tropical tree species
Seram Devika Devi, Suman Kumaria and Meera C. Das

18-27

 

 


Cryopreservation of encapsulated axillary buds of Clitoria ternatea (L.)
Deepa S. Nair, B. R. Reghunath, K. B. Soni and Swapna Alex

28-35

 

 


Seed cryostorage enhances subsequent plant productivity in the forage species Teramnus labialis (L.f.) Spreng
Yanier Acosta, Lázaro Hernández, Carlos Mazorra,
Nicolás Quintana, Byron E. Zevallos, Inaudis Cejas, Sershen,
José Carlos Lorenzo, Marcos Edel Martínez-Montero
and Dayamí Fontes

36-44

 

 


Simulation of hypothermic perfusion of rabbit livers for cryopreservation applications
Pable Barroso Rodríguez, Alberto Olmo Fernández,
Ariadna Corral, Marcin Balcerzyk and Ramón Risco

45-50

 

 


Isochoric containers and its frontier between cryopreservation and sterilization
Abril Angulo-Sherman

51-57

 

 


Texture feature differences between fresh and frozen-thawed ex-vivo porcine liver tissue in B-mode ultrasonic imaging
Gubing Wang, Jing Liu, Jianwen Luo, Lei Sheng

58-63

 

 


Time-dependent effects of pressure during preservation of rat hearts in an isochoric system at subfreezing temperatures
Lili Wan, Matthew J. Powell-Palm, Mark G. Clemens
and Boris Rubinsky

64-70

 

 

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