Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Cryopreservation - Applications and Challenges

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Marian Quain
Marian Quain

Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Ghana,
Ghana

Series Editor

Robert Koprowski
Robert Koprowski

University of Silesia,
Poland

Published08 February 2023

Doi10.5772/intechopen.100666

ISBN978-1-83768-027-6

Print ISBN978-1-83768-026-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83768-028-3

Copyright year2023

Number of pages168

Part of the book seriesBiomedical Engineering

Issn2631-5343

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2. The Current Status of Semen and Oocytes Cryopreservation

By Masindi Mphaphathi, Mahlatsana Ledwaba and Mamonene Thema

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3. Female Fertility Preservation: Different Interventions and Procedures

By Amor Houda, Peter Michael Jankowski, Micu Romeo and Hammadeh Mohamad Eid

116
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5. Scaling up Cryopreservation from Cell Suspensions to Tissues: Challenges and Successes

By Peter Kilbride, Julie Meneghel, Mira Manilal Chawda, Susan Ross and Tessa Crompton

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6. Impact of Different Cooling Methods on the Stability of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMCs)

By Nahla Afifi, Eiman Al-Khayat, Linda Hannigan, Monika Markovic Bordoski and Israa Khalaf

165
7. Plant Cryopreservation Importance, Approaches and Future Trends

By Victor Acheampong Amankwaah, Ruth Naa Ashiokai Prempeh and Marian Dorcas Quain

414

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