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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 38 No 4 is now available

 

 

Volume 38, No. 4 July/August 2017

ISSN 0143-2044

 

 


Changes in the membrane carbohydrates from sperm cryopreservedwith dimethylsulfoxide or polyvinylpyrrolidone of red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicencis)
José A Herrera, Gustavo Calderón, Cuauhtemoc Cruz,
Marco A Ávila, Gustavo E Quintero and Reyna C Fierro

257-262

 

 


Canonical correlation analysis to identify the semen characteristics used to forecast the freeze survival of curimba (Prochilodus lineatus) spermatozoa
Aline F.S. Carvalho, Luis D.S. Murgas,
Monica R. Ferreira-Machado, Estefânia S. Andrade,
Viviane O. Felizardo, Ivan B. Allaman and Fernanda G. de Paula

263-268

 

 


Characterization of miRNAs modulated by torpor in the hibernating ground squirrel Ictidomys tridecemlineatus liver by next-generation sequencing
Mathieu D. Morin, Daneck Lang-Ouellette, Pierre J. Lyons,
Nicolas Crapoulet and Pier Jr Morin

269-277

 

 


Survival and death of seeds during liquid nitrogen storage: A case study on seeds with short lifespans
Daniel Ballesteros and Valerie C Pence

278-289

 

 


Development of a pvs2 droplet-vitrification cryopreservation technique for Aranda Broga Blue orchid protocorm-like bodies (PLBs)
Khor Soo Ping, Ranjetta Poobathy, Rahmad Zakaria and
Sreeramanan Subramaniam

290-298

 

 


Quercetin in equine frozen semen
Jorge Squeff Filho, Carine Dahl Corcini,
Fernanda Carlini Cunha dos Santos, Andréia Nobre Anciuti,
Norton Luis Souza Gatti, Edenara Anastácio, Rafael Mielke,
Carlos Eduardo Wayne Nogueira, Bruna da Rosa Curcio and
Antonio Sergio Varela Junior

299-304

 

 


A thermal protective urethral heater applied to modulate the prostate cryoablation area
Bin Qian, Hongli Zhao, Binkai Xu and Minbo Lan

305-314

 

 


Cryomicroscopic analysis of intracellular ice formation in porcine iliac endothelial cells upon cooling
Yufang Li, Fazil Panhwa, Zhongrong Chen, Fuquan Yuan, Xing Ji,
Peng Hu and Gang Zhao

315-320

 

 


Molecular and pathological evaluation of cryopreserved colorectal
cancerous tissues: effects of freezing method and cryoprotection

Wei Liang, Fei Ding, Meixia Wang, Baolin Liu and Menghong Sun

321-329

 

 


Temporal plasticity in cold hardiness and cryoprotectant contents in northern versus temperate Colias butterflies (lepidoptera: pieridae)
Pavel Vrba, OldřichNedvěd, Helena Zahradníčková and
Martin Konvička

330-338

 

 


Cloning and expression analysis of glucose transporter 4 mRNA in the cold hardiness frog, Rana dybowskii
Baihong Guo, Shanshan Gong, Jingyu Zhang, Longhui Chai,
Yu Zhang, Boju Wang, Jie Shao and Xianghong Xiao

339-346

 

 

 

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