Biological materials such as cells or tissue samples will naturally change and deteriorate over time. In order to properly preserve them for later study, some means of halting these processes must be used that will not change the biological materials. The most effective means of preserving biological materials is cryopreservation – storage at extremely low temperatures. Cryopreservation has been used for decades throughout the biological and bio-medical research community
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