ASSESSMENT OF VIABILITY OF FROZEN BONE MARROW CELLS USING A CELL‐CULTURE METHOD

@article{Abrahams1968ASSESSMENTOV,
  title={ASSESSMENT OF VIABILITY OF FROZEN BONE MARROW CELLS USING A CELL‐CULTURE METHOD},
  author={S. Abrahams and J. Till and E. McCulloch and L. Siminovitch},
  journal={Cell Proliferation},
  year={1968},
  volume={1}
}
The survival of mouse bone marrow after freezing and thawing was assessed using two methods: the spleen‐colony technique; and a cell‐culture method. The results of these experiments indicate that both methods yield similar estimates of marrow cell viability. It is suggested that the cell‐culture method be used as an assay of marrow‐cell viability in situations where the spleen‐colony technique is not applicable. 
Techniques of harvesting and cryopreservation of stem cells.
PHYSICAL SEPARATION OF HEMOPOIETIC STEM CELLS DIFFERING IN THEIR CAPACITY FOR SELF-RENEWAL
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