NEW! 2017
Subscription
Details

Author Choice Open Access for your paper

Ethical Policy

See Instructions
for Authors

for templates

Full text Free Access Content (2000 onwards) via Ingentaconnect
Details can also be found under
'
Aims and Scope'

Colour printing costs cut!
Now 50% lower -  £150 per page!

CryoLetters Logo

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

The journal publishes original research reports, authoritative reviews, technical developments and commissioned book reviews of studies of the effects produced by low temperatures on a wide variety of scientific and technical processes, or those involving low temperature techniques in the investigation of physical, chemical, biological and ecological problems.

Abstracts Volume 38 No 2 is now available

 

 

Volume 38, No. 2 March/April 2017

ISSN 0143-2044

 

 


Cryopreservation of Lilium martagon L. meristems by droplet-vitrification and evaluation of their physiological stability
M. Urbaniec-Kiepura and A. Bach

78-89

 

 


Cooling strategies for Brazilian flounder Paralichthys orbignyanus embryos
Antonio Sergio Varela Junior, Tainã Figueiredo Cardoso,
Estela Fernandes e Silva, Karina Lemos Goularte,
Marcelo Hideo Okamoto, Luis André Sampaio,
Rodrigo Desseards Jardim and Carine Dahl Corcini

90-94

 

 


Tea polyphenol-T. arjuna bark as sperm antioxidant extender in
infertile smokers

Parameswari R, Kamini A Rao, Manigandan P, Vickram AS,
Archana K and Sridharan TB

95-99

 

 


Kidney preservation at subzero temperatures using a novel storagesolution and insect ice-binding proteins
Heather E. Tomalty, Erin F. Hamilton, Andrew Hamilton,
Olga Kukal, Thomas Allen, and Virginia K. Walker

100-107

 

 


The presence of zinc in the mouse ovary vitrification medium:
histological evaluation and follicle growth

Shirin Geravandi and Mehri Azadbakht

108-118

 

 


Experimental determination of surface heat transfer coefficient in a dry ice-ethanol cooling bath using a numerical approach
M.V. Santos, M. Sansinena, N. Zaritzky and J. Chirife

119-124

 

 


Carbon nanomaterials enhance survival of Agapanthus praecox callus after cryopreservation by vitrification
Shu-Min Chen, Li Ren, Di Zhang, Ya-Fei Zhang
and Xiao-Hui Shen

125-136

 

 


The effect of thawing protocols on follicle conservation in human ovarian tissue cryopreservation
T. Morewood, N. Getreu, B. Fuller, J. Morris and P. Hardiman

137-144

 

 


Freezability of water buffalo spermatozoa is improved with the addition of catalase in cryodiluent
Liaqat Ali, S. Murtaza Hassan Andrabi, Hussain Ahmed
and S. Aftab Hussain Shah

145-154

 

 


Cryo-mesh: A simple alternative cryopreservation protocol
Bryn Funnekotter, Eric Bunn and Ricardo L. Mancera

155-159

 

 

Editorial Office
editor@cryoletters.org

CryoLetters LLP
Registered Address:
73 Highdown Road, Lewes, BN7 1QE, UK
businessoffice@cryoletters.org

Executive Editor
Professor Barry Fuller

Associate Editors
Dr Florent Engelman
Professor Hugh Pritchard
Professor Wendell Sun

CryoLetters Logo
CryoLetters Logo

[Aims and Scope] [Abstracts] [Editorial Board] [Info for Authors] [Subscriptions] [Links]

Please contact CryoLetters with questions or comments.
© Copyright 2000-2012 CryoLetters.  All rights reserved.

Site updated: 07 May, 2017

Key Features:

  • Rapid publication
  • Bimonthly publication
  • International Editorial Board and referees
  • On-line Access via Ingentaselect at titania.ingentaselect.com/
    (see
    Subscriptions page for more details)
  • World-wide circulation
  • No page charges
  • Low subscription
  • Quality—dependent on refereeing by a distinguished Editorial Board
  • Free PDF for authors use
  • Abstracting by all major services

No other journal fulfils the role CryoLetters has set itself, the rapid publication of timely short communications in Low Temperature Science