Integrity of Adult Pig and Newborn Piglets Liver Fragments Under Different Cryopreservation Conditions
Keywords:liver fragments, cooling rates, cryoprotectants, endogenous respiration, peroxide processes
The effect of cryopreservation factors (cooling rates and cryoprotectants in different concentrations) on the integrity of newborn piglet and adult pig liver fragments was investigated. There was demonstrated the minimum damage of studied biomaterial during cryopreservation on the peroxide processes and the intensity of endogenous respiration when using polyethylene oxides (PEO-400 and PEO-1500) as cryoprotectants with 1 and 8000°C/min cooling rates.
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