cryoprotection love

Definitions

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  • noun protection of biological tissue from the effects of cold by means of a cryoprotectant

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Examples

  • It is not yet known whether aquaporins play a role in accelerating the large cellular water losses that must accompany freezing for colligative cryoprotection to be effective.

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  • This occurs primarily by the mechanism of colligative cryoprotection, as in terrestrial animals.

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  • The mechanism of cryoprotection appears to be simple colligative action, as in cryopreservation, with the additional benefit of stabilization of protein structure against low temperature denaturation.

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  • A multicomponent cryoprotection scheme is common, to reduce the concentrations of any given cryoprotectant to sub-toxic levels.

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  • LM, Kale VP, Limaye LS (2005) Prevention of apoptosis as a possible mechanism behind improved cryoprotection of hematopoietic cells by catalase and trehalose.

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  • For cryoprotection before freezing, the cells were dipped into a solution of 20%

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  • With the cryoprotection step, this delay was about

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  • For the dynamic study of the GFP-MTM1 needles formation, we obtained efficient freezing without cryoprotection (not shown).

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  • When the number of cells exposed to this concentration varies, so does the additive's ability to provide cryoprotection (e.g. by stabilize the membrane).

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