It is a procedure where organelles, cells, tissues, extracellular network, organs or some other natural develops defenseless to harm caused by unregulated synthetic energy are safeguarded by cooling to low temperatues (commonly 80 °C utilizing strong carbon dioxide or 196 °C utilizing fluid nitrogen). At sufficiently low temperatures, any enzymatic or substance action which may make harm the material being referred to is adequately ceased. Cryopreservation strategies look to achieve low temperatures without causing extra harm caused by the development of ice amid solidifying. Conventional cryopreservation has depended on covering the material to be solidified with a class of particles named cryoprotectants. New strategies are always being explored because of the innate poisonous quality of numerous cryoprotectants.
- Conventional Cryopreservation
- low temperature cryopreservation
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