Cryopreservation

Abstracts

2018 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

A COMPARISON STUDY OF CURRENT FREEZING MEDIA VERSUS CRYOSTOR10 FOR CRYOPRESERVATION OF QC VIALS

Authors: Clark, E., Stasko, K., Paciulan, B.

Published: Cytotherapy

2017 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Banking of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells

Authors: Biunno I, Ntai A

Published: Biopreservation and Biobanking

2017 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Development and testing of a stepwise thaw and dilute protocol for cryopreserved umbilical cord blood units.

Authors: Pasha R., Elmoazzen H., Pineault N.

Published: Transfusion

2016 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Biopreservation considerations in the evolving field of cellular therapies

Authors: Abazari A

Published: Cryobiology

2016 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Influencing Differentiation and Growth of Neural Progenitor Cells With Gene Silencing and Laminin

Authors: Wyatt M, Ong W, Hon Chooi W, Yian Chew S

Published: Univeristy of Pittsburgh, Swanson School of Engineering, Undergraduate Summer Research Abstracts

2016 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Transplantation of cryopreserved MSC rescues retinal ganglion cells following I/R injury

Authors: Gramlich OW, Zhu W, Burand A, Ankrum JA, et al.

Published: ARVO Journal

2014 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

C-25: Evaluation of closed system medical device for low volume storage for clinical studies involving regulatory T cells.

Authors: Fearnot ER, Fazekasova H, Thirkell S, Lowe K, Bushell A, Lombardi G.

Published: Cryobiology

2013 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Phenotypic properties of transmitted founder HIV-1

Authors: Parrish NF, Gao F, Li H, Giorgi EE, Barbian HJ, Parrish EH, Zajic L, et al.

Published: The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)

2012 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Cell-based approaches for the treatment of systemic inflammation.

Authors: Pino CJ, Yevzlin AS, Lee K, Westover AJ, Smith PL, Buffington DA, Humes HD.

Published: Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation

2009 | Cryopreservation | Abstracts

Notch-Induced Rat and Human Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Grafts Reduce Ischemic Cell Loss and Ameliorate Behavioral Deficits in Chronic Stroke Animals.

Authors: Xu L, Yasuhara T, McGrogan M, Matsukawa N, Hara K, Bankiewicz K, Maki M, Case C, Ali MM, Borlongan CV., Yu SJ, Bae E, Yu G

Published: Stem Cells and Development

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