Study IDs how ice damages tissues during cryopreservation

11/5/2013 |

Using a video cryomicroscrope, researchers observed how ice interacts with cells as they freeze. Ice works its way through junctions between cells, causing the cells to crystallize, senior author Dr. Jens Karlsson said. The finding might lead to methods that reduce tissue damage and allow larger samples and organs to be cryopreserved.

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