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  • 21CM
  • 21st Century Medicine (21CM) is a California cryobiological research company which has as its primary focus the development of perfusates and protocols for viable long-term cryopreservation of human organs, tissues and cells at cryogenic temperatures (temperatures below −100 °C) through the use of vitrification. (wikipedia.org)
  • tissue
  • Vitrification in Tissue Preservation: New Developments In: Life in the Frozen State (B.J. Fuller, N. Lane, and E.E. Benson, Eds. (wikipedia.org)
  • Although not a direct consequence of vitrification, storage of the vitrified brain directly in liquid nitrogen raises the further aspect of fractures, which are fewer in number but larger in scale in vitrified tissue than frozen tissue, a consequence of cooling from Tg (-135 °C) to liquid nitrogen's boiling point (-196 °C). Neuropreservation has several advantages over whole body preservation. (wikipedia.org)
  • occur
  • Vitrification can also occur when starting with a liquid such as water, usually through very rapid cooling or the introduction of agents that suppress the formation of ice crystals. (wikipedia.org)
  • methods
  • Richard Paulson, M.D., Director of USC Fertility in Southern California explains that vitrification has significantly improved methods of cryopreservation and continues to improve as research findings emerge. (fertilityauthority.com)
  • The programme will provide embryologists with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of vitrification by the Cryotec and Kitazato methods. (ivf.net)
  • human
  • In this paper, we report on the suitability of solutions containing propane-1,2-diol (propylene glycol, PD), sugars, and salts for the vitrification of the human cell line, ECV304. (biomedsearch.com)
  • technique
  • The demonstration was based on a new technique called "aldehyde-stabilized cryopreservation," or ASC, in which the brain was first fixed with glutaraldehyde and then perfused with 65% ethylene glycol using a linear gradient similar to what is normally applied for whole organ vitrification experiments on kidneys. (21cm.com)
  • The technique used to do this is called vitrification. (issuu.com)
  • Storage
  • Costs can include payment for medical personnel to be on call for death, vitrification, transportation in dry ice to a preservation facility, and payment into a trust fund intended to cover indefinite storage in liquid nitrogen and future revival costs. (wikipedia.org)
  • enough
  • During the one-day, delegates will not become competent at vitrification but will have enough hands on to go away and practice in their own laboratory setting. (ivf.net)
  • Battle damage is also unlikely to be the cause, as the walls are thought to have been subjected to carefully maintained fires to ensure they were hot enough for vitrification to take place. (wikipedia.org)
  • made
  • In-container vitrification melts are carried out above ground in a container made of heat-resistant metal coated with a protective layer of sand. (wikipedia.org)
  • high
  • History Channel's Ancient Aliens The History channel's Ancient Aliens series proposes the idea that the vitrification is due to intense heat from high tech weaponry such as a nuclear bomb. (wikipedia.org)