What is cryopreservation? - Biology (Theory)

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What is cryopreservation?

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  1. Cryopreservation is a process of preserving the material for an extended period at a low temperature at which metabolism may cause damage to the biological materials.
  2. e.g. cells, tissues can be effectively stopped and can effectively transport them over long distances.
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