Some emerging principles underlying the physical properties, biological actions, and utility of vitrification solutions.

@article{Fahy1987SomeEP,
  title={Some emerging principles underlying the physical properties, biological actions, and utility of vitrification solutions.},
  author={Gregory M. Fahy and David I. Levy and Safdar Ali},
  journal={Cryobiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={196-213}
}
Vitrification solutions are aqueous cryoprotectant solutions which do not freeze when cooled at moderate rates to very low temperatures. Vitrification solutions have been used with great success for the cryopreservation of some biological systems but have been less successful or unsuccessful with other systems, and more fundamental knowledge about vitrification solutions is required. The purpose of the present survey is to show that a general understanding of the physical behavior and… CONTINUE READING

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