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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 3 is now available



Volume 38, No. 3 May/June 2017

ISSN 0143-2044



Defined combinations of cryomedia and thawing extenders influence the viable x-y boar sperm ratio in vitro
Wasamon Korchunjit, Kampon Kaeoket, Yindee Kitiyanant,
Jane Taylor and Tuempong Wongtawan




Follicle development in grafted mouse ovaries after vitrification processes under static magnetic field
Vida Kazemein Jasemi, Firooz Samadi, Hussein Eimani,
Saeed Hasani, Rouhollah Fathi and Abdolhossein Shahverdi




Cryopreservation of waigieu seaperch (Psammoperca waigiensis) sperm
Minh Hoang Le and Hung Quoc Pham




Antioxidant effect of xanthan gum on ram sperm after freezing and thawing
Gustavo D.A. Gastal, Estela F. Silva, Bruna Mion,
Antonio S. Varela Junior, Carlos E. Rosa, Carine D. Corcini,
Rafael G. Mondadori, Arnaldo D. Vieira Ivan Bianchi and
Thomaz Lucia Jr.




Basic fibroblast growth factor improved angiogenesis of vitrified human ovarian tissues after in vitro culture and xenotransplantation
Beijia Kang, Yan Wang, Long Zhang and Shangwei Li




Long term conservation at -80ºC of Pinus radiata embryogenic cell lines: recovery, maturation and germination
Itziar A. Montalbán and Paloma Moncaleán




Effects of washing protocols on cryosurvival of spermatozoa from West African dwarf goat bucks
Daramola J.O. and Adekunle E.O.




The cold hardiness of Phrynocephalus erythrurus, the lizard living at highest altitude in the world
Xiangtao Li, Yan Wang, Songsong Lu, Mei Li, Shengkang Men,
Yucheng Bai, Xiaolong Tang and Qiang Chen




Exogenous catalase and pyruvate dehydrogenase improve survival and regeneration and affect oxidative stress in cryopreserved Dendrobium nobile protocorm-like bodies
Wei Di, Mengxue Jia, Jin Xu, Bingling Li and Yan Liu




Determination of an optimal membrane-permeable cryoprotectant addition and dilution protocol for water buffalo spermatozoa
Sundus Mehmood, Hussain Ahmed, Syed Aftab Hussain Shah,
Feroza Hamid Wattoo, Shamim Akhtar and
Syed Murtaza Hassan Andrabi




Hop powdery mildew (Podosphaera macularis) spore cryopreservation
Sugae Wada and Barbara M. Reed





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