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CryoLetters is a bimonthly international journal for low temperature sciences, including cryobiology, cryopreservation or vitrification of cells and tissues, chemical and physical aspects of freezing and drying, and studies involving ecology of cold environments, and cold adaptation

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Abstracts Volume 35 No 4 is now available



Volume 35, No. 4 July/August 2014

ISSN 0143-2044



Effects of cryopreservation on motility characteristics and enzyme activity of sperm in a chinese fish, Nibea albiflora
Xiaorong Huang, Ping Zhuang, Longzhen Zhang,
Feng Zhao, Jianyi Liu, Guangpeng Feng and Tao Zhang




Effect of different disaccharides on the integrity and fertilising ability of freeze-dried boar spermatozoa: a preliminary study
Andrés García, Lydia Gil, Clara Malo, Felisa Martínez,Claire Kershaw-Young and Ignacio de Blas




Generation of live offspring from vitrified embryos with synthetic polymers supercool X-1000 and supercool Z-1000
Francisco Marco-Jiménez, Estrella Jiménez-Trigos,
Raquel Lavara and Jose S. Vicente




Cryoprotectant-free freezing of the goat epididymal sperm
Hoda Katanbafzadeh, Farid Barati and
Mohammadreza Tabandeh




Effects of some cryopreservation procedures on recalcitrant zygotic embryos of Ammocharis coranica
Nomali Z. Ngobese, Sershen, Patricia Berjak
and N.W. Pammenter




Effect of glutathione and y27632 on the viability of cryopreserved porcine adiposederived stem cells
Chang-Qing Qu, Dong-Wei Li, Nou-Shen,
Jing-Hong JiangYang and Yun-Tao Ji




Wide-scale pollen banking of ornamental plants through cryopreservation
Jin Xu, Bingling Li, Qian Liu, Yin Shi, Jingen Peng,
Mengxue Jia and Yan Liu




Use of cyclodextrins to increase cytoplasmic cholesterol in rabbit embryos and their impact on live kits derived from vitrified embryos
Francisco Marco-Jiménez*, Estrella Jiménez-Trigos,
Raquel Lavara and Jose S. Vicente




Effect of cryopreservation on in vitro seed germination and protocorm growth of mediterranean orchids
Andrea Pirondini and Elisabetta Sgarbi




Chelation of trace elements in preservation medium influences the quality of boar spermatozoa during liquid preservation at 5°c for 4 weeks
Masayasu Taniguchi, Manita Wittayarat, Kota Morinaga,
Yoko Sato, Lanh Thi Kim Do, Kaywalee Chatdarong,
Mongkol Techakumphu, Masahiro Nii and Takeshige Otoi




Liquidus tracking: controlled rate vitrification for the cryopreservation of larger volumes and tissues
E.Puschmann, C.Selden, S. Butler and B.Fuller




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