Cryopreservation of Bos taurus vs Bos indicus embryos: are they really different?

@article{Visintin2002CryopreservationOB,
  title={Cryopreservation of Bos taurus vs Bos indicus embryos: are they really different?},
  author={Jose Antonio Visintin and Jo{\~a}o Fl{\'a}vio Panattoni Martins and Estela Bevilacqua and Marco Roberto Bourg de Mello and Alessandra Corallo Nicacio and Mayra Elena Ortiz Avila Assumpç{\~a}o},
  journal={Theriogenology},
  year={2002},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={345-59}
}
Cryopreservation with storage at very low temperatures is essential to make full use of this technology for both biological and commercial reasons. However, most mammalian cells will die if exposed to these temperatures unless they are exposed to cryoprotectant solutions and cooled and warmed at specific rates. Lowering temperature below 0 degree C introduces the risk of intracellular ice formation, which likely increases rapidly as the temperature falls. Evidence indicates that ice formation… CONTINUE READING

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