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cryoprotectants

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  • noun Plural form of cryoprotectant.

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Examples

  • Actually, it is not water really, but what they call cryoprotectants, think of the stuff as anti-freeze for the cryogenetically challenged, needed to so your body will not develop ice crystals and destroy your tissue and organs when cooled down to -130 Centigrade.

    Economic Liberalism now in cryonics tank next to Howard Hughes

  • Chemicals called cryoprotectants can prevent this but they must be used before the cells are frozen.

    STREET KNOWLEDGE MEDIA

  • Chemicals called cryoprotectants can prevent this but they must be used before the cells are frozen.

    STREET KNOWLEDGE MEDIA

  • Chemicals called cryoprotectants can prevent this but they must be used before the cells are frozen.

    STREET KNOWLEDGE MEDIA

  • "What's the point?" said Mr. Hake as cryoprotectants were administered to his body in order to prevent freezing.

    Pablo Andreu: Man Freezes Himself Until Release of the Dark Knight Rises

  • "What's the point?" said Mr. Hake as cryoprotectants were administered to his body in order to prevent freezing.

    Pablo Andreu: Man Freezes Himself Until Release of the Dark Knight Rises

  • It is then protected using cryoprotectants and then freeze dried to form a powder before being blended with the other components of Protexin concentrate in exact concentrations.

    Protexin - Probiotics. Pets need them, too!

  • It is then protected using cryoprotectants and then freeze dried to form a powder before being blended with the other components of Protexin concentrate in exact concentrations.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The cryoprotectants used by freeze tolerant species are similar (almost exactly so) to the compounds used by freeze avoidant insects to colligatively depress the freezing point.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • With no cryoprotectants present, the cells will be subjected to a high salt concentration and frozen into channels where no cryoprotectant is likely to appear, in order to mitigate this salt.

    Archive 2004-09-01

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