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Cryopreservation of Embryo

Manjit Singh

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Cryopreservation or cry conservation is a procedure where organelles, cells, tissues, extracellular matrix, organs or whatever other natural develops powerless to harm brought on by unregulated chemical kinetics are protected by cooling to low temperatures[1](typically - 80 °C utilizing strong carbon dioxide or - 196 °C utilizing fluid nitrogen). At sufficiently low temperatures, any enzymatic or chemical activities which may make harm the biological material being referred to be viably halted. Cryopreservation techniques look to achieve low temperatures without bringing about extra harm brought about by the development of ice amid solidifying. Conventional cryopreservation has depended on covering the material to be solidified with a class of particles named cryoprotectants. New techniques are continually being researched because of the inherent toxicity of numerous cryoprotectants. [2] By default it ought to be viewed as that cryopreservation adjusts or bargains the structure and capacity of cells unless it is demonstrated generally for a specific cell population. Cryoconservation of animal genetic resources is the procedure in which animal genetic material is gathered and put away with the expectation of protection of the breed.

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