Introduction The field of cryopreservation has evolved over time in leaps and bounds. Freezing solutions have been refined and optimized, and new developments have enabled longer storage periods with better recovery rates. For the best results, below are 3 key tips that researchers should follow when freezing live cells or tissues. Like many other great discoveries throughout history, the first cryopreservation media was made by accident. A team of researchers, Polge, Smith, and Parkes, worked on fowl spermatozoa back in 1948 and wanted to save some samples for later experiments. It is unsure how it happened, but instead of...Read More
Author: Oren Ben Yosef
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