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Cryopreservation in Eukaryotes

Edited by Francisco Marco-Jimenez

Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

Co-editor:

Hulya Akdemir

Gebze Technical University, Turkey

Since accidentally discovering the ability of glycerol on protecting cells from freezing damage, many researchers have been pursuing to develop cryopreservation methods of a very wide range of cells and some tissues, and these have found widespread applications in biology and medicine. From the point of view of living organisms, cryopreservation is a useful tool for ex situ conservation of genetic resources together with its contribution on conservation of their biodiversity. Cryopreservation in Eukaryotes includes totally 12 chapters, which have been written by the expert researchers in the field. The chapters are a comprehensive collection of the most frequently used methods for eukaryotes. With this book, every researcher will better understand the principles, background, and current status of cryopreservation in particular organisms.

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Cryopreservation in EukaryotesEdited by Francisco Marco-Jimenez

Published: November 30th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/62605

ISBN: 978-953-51-2780-2

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-2779-6

Copyright year: 2016

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1. Isolation and Cryopreservation of Trypanosomes and their Vectors for Research and Development in Resource‐ Constrained Settings

By Murilla Grace, Ndung’u Kariuki, Joanna Auma, Purity Gitonga and Thuita John

852

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2. Microscopic Evaluation of Necrotic Cell Death in the Cartilage Destined for Experimental Tracheal Allografts: Lyophilization vs Cryopreservation

By Avelina Sotres-Vega, Jaime Villalba-Caloca, Miguel O. Gaxiola- Gaxiola, Miriam Mendoza-Santiago, Juan A. Morales-Tiburcio, Claudia Hernández-Jiménez and Francisco Figueroa-Cavero

757

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3. Isolation and Cryopreservation of Animal Mesenchymal Stromal Cells

By Tina Lombardo, Sabrina Renzi, Silvia Dotti, Stefano Cinotti and Maura Ferrari

810

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4. Semen Cryopreservation in Brazilian Freshwater Fish: Advances and Main Challenges

By Raycon R.F. Garcia, Danilo P. Streit, Elsa Cabrita and Leandro C. Godoy

880

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5. Cryopreservation of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Sperm

By Yusuf Bozkurt and İlker Yavaş

784

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6. Long‐Term Storing of Frozen Semen at −196°C does not Affect the Post-Thaw Sperm Quality of Bull Semen

By Alfredo Ramírez‐Reveco, Jorge Luis Hernández and Pablo Aros

1101

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7. The Roles of Antioxidants and Fatty Acids in Sperm Cryopreservation

By Nurhusien Yimer, Asmatullah Kaka, Rosnina Yusoff and Abdul Wahid Haron

1260

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8. Cryopreservation of Epididymal Sperm

By Melina A.F. Bertol

964

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9. Cryopreservation of Embryos and Gametes: Past, Present, and Future

By Julia Szeptycki and Yaakov Bentov

1016

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10. Cryopreservation of Human Gametes and Embryos: Current State and Future Perspectives

By Jeseta Michal, Zakova Jana, Ventruba Pavel, Bartosz Kempisty and Crha Igor

1214

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11. Quality Control Factors Influencing the Successful and Reliable Implementation of Oocyte and Embryo Vitrification

By Mitchel C. Schiewe

885

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12. Cryopreservation of Orchid Genetic Resources by Desiccation: A Case Study of Bletilla formosana

By Rung‐Yi Wu, Shao‐Yu Chang, Ting‐Fang Hsieh, Keng‐Chang Chuang, Ie Ting, Yen‐Hsu Lai and Yu‐Sen Chang

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