Collapse temperature of solutions important for lyopreservation of living cells at ambient temperature

@article{Yang2010CollapseTO,
  title={Collapse temperature of solutions important for lyopreservation of living cells at ambient temperature},
  author={Geer Yang and Kyle Gilstrap and Aili Zhang and Lisa Xuemin Xu and Xiaoming He},
  journal={Biotechnology and Bioengineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={106}
}
In this study, the collapse temperature was determined using the freeze‐drying microscopy (FDM) method for a variety of cell culture medium‐based solutions (with 0.05–0.8 M trehalose) that are important for long‐term stabilization of living cells in the dry state at ambient temperature (lyopreservation) by freeze‐drying. Being consistent with what has been reported in the literature, the collapse temperature of binary water‐trehalose solutions was found to be similar to the glass transition… 

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