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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 36 No 1 is now available

 

 

Volume 36, No. 1 January/February 2015

ISSN 0143-2044

 

 


Lutein, Trolox, ascorbic acid and combination of Trolox with ascorbic acid can improve boar semen quality during cryopreservation
Florin Varo-Ghiuru, Ileana Miclea, Andrea Hettig, Ioan Ladoşi,
Vasile Miclea, István Egerszegi and Marius Zăhan

1-7

 

 


Successful production of piglets derived from mature oocytes vitrified using OPS method
Barbara Gajda, Marzena Skrzypczak-Zielińska,
Barbara Gawrońska, Ryszard Słomski and Zdzisław Smorąg

8-18

 

 


A feasibility study towards cryopreservation of silkworm eggs: response of non-diapause silkworm eggs to low temperature
Anuradha H Jingade, Lekha G, Srinivasa Babu GK,
Manjula A and Sivaprasad V

19-24

 

 


Cryopreservation effect on proliferation and differentiation potential of cultured chorion cells
Volkova N. A. and Goltsev A. N.

25-29

 

 


Effects of mechanical delipation in porcine oocytes on mitochondrial distribution, ros activity and viability after vitrification
Liang Ren, Bo Fu, Hong Ma and Di Liu

30-36

 

 


Can additives ameliorate oxidative stress and improve development of greenshell™ mussel (Perna canaliculus) oocytes during cryopreservation?
Samantha L. Gale, David J. Buritt, H. Robin Tervit,
Lindsay T McGowan and Serean L. Adams

37-44

 

 


Hydroxyapatite nanoparticles improved survival rate of vitrified porcine oocytes and its mechanism
Xinli Zhou, Weijie Li, Lu Fang, Defu Zhang and Jianjun Dai

45-50

 

 


Cryopreservation of sugarcane using the V cryo-plate technique
Tariq Rafique, Shin-ichi Yamamoto, Kuniaki Fukui,
Zahid Mahmood and Takao Niino

51-59

 

 


Vapor pressures above the vitrified sucrose solution at low temperatures
Shaozhi Zhang, Yu Peng, Bo Wang and Guangming Chen

60-67

 

 

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