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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 6 is now available



Volume 35, No. 6 November/December 2014

ISSN 0143-2044



Cranial bone regeneration after cranioplasty using cryopreserved autogenous bone by a programmed freezer with a magnetic field in rats
Masato Kaku, Hiroyuki Koseki, Shunich Kojima, Hiromi Sumi,
Hanaka Shikata, Shotoku Kojima, Masahide Motokawa,
Tadashi Fujita, Kotaro Tanimoto and Kazuo Tanne




Effect of pre-storage on Lilium Martagon L. Seed longevity following cryopreservation
M. Urbaniec-Kiepura and A. Bach




Can linoleic acid improve the quality of frozen thawed bull sperm?
Serhat Büyükleblebici, Umut Taşdemir,
Pürhan Barbaros Tuncer, Emre Durmaz, Taner Özgürtaş,
Olga Büyükleblebici, Erdem Coşkun and İsmail Safa Gürcan




Sea urchin (Paracentrotus Lividus) cryopreserved embryos survival and growth: effects of cryopreservation parameters and reproductive seasonality
E. Paredes and J. Bellas




Influences of developmental stages, protective additives and concentrations of cryoprotective agents on the cryopreservation of pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) larvae
Youn Hee Choi and Young Jin Chang




Maldi-ToF study of peptides from cryopreserved tissue fragment
Liliia Rohoza, Iryna Bespalova, Sergiy Galchenko and
Boris Sandomirsky




Cryopreservation of Populus Trichocarpa and Salix dormant buds with recovery by grafting or direct rooting
Remi Bonnart, John Waddell, Kathy Haiby, Mark P. Widrlechner
and Gayle M. Volk




Comparative analysis of cryoprotective agents influence on thermodynamic and kinetic parameters of equine and human hemoglobin molecules
Aleksandra V. Zinchenko and Yuliana S. Govorova




Approaches for the cryopreservation of Plantago algarbiensis, a rare endemic species of the Algarve
Natacha Coelho, María Elena González-Benito and
Anabela Romano




Effect of caffeine treatment before vitrification on mpf and mapk activity and spontaneous parthenogenetic activation of in vitro matured ovine oocytes
F. Ariu, L. Bogliolo, G. Leoni, L. Falchi, D. Bebbere,
 S.M. Nieddu, M.T. Zedda, S. Pau and S. Ledda




Influence of the toxicity of cryoprotective agents on the involvement of insulin-like growth factor-i receptor in surf clam (Spisula Sachalinensis) larvae
Youn Hee Choi and Taek Jeong Nam




Confocal microscopic analysis of the microfilament configurations from human vitrification-thawed oocytes matured in vitro
Qianqian Ci, Mei Li, Yingchun Zhang, Shuiying Ma, Qin Gao
and Yuhua Shi




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