Cryopreservation, which derives from the Greek word cryo for “icy cold,” is a process whereby cells and sometimes whole tissues are preserved by cooling to very low subzero temperatures, often 77 K or minus 196 degrees C, the boiling point of liquid nitrogen. ...

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