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Measurement of Cooling and Warming Rates in Vitrification-Based Plant Cryopreservation Protocols

Autor Teixeira, Aline; González-Benito, M. Elena; Molina García, Antonio D.
Palabras clave Warming rates
Vitrification
Droplet vitrification
Plant
Cooling rates
Fecha de publicación 2014
EditorAmerican Chemical Society
Citación Biotechnology Progress 30: 1174- 1184 (2014)
ResumenCryopreservation protocols include the use of additives and pretreatments aimed to reduce the probability of ice nucleation at all temperatures, mainly through micro-viscosity increase. Still, there is a risk of ice formation in the temperature region comprised between the equilibrium freezing (Tf) and the glass transition (TG) temperatures. Consequently, fast cooling and warming, especially in this region, is a must to avoid ice-derived damage. Vitrification and droplet-vitrification techniques, frequently used cryopreservation protocols based in fast cooling, were studied, alongside with the corresponding warming procedures. A very fast data acquisition system, able to read very low temperatures, down to that of liquid nitrogen, was employed. Cooling rates, measured between −20°C and −120°C, ranged from ca. 5°C s−1 to 400°C s−1, while warming rates spanned from ca. 2°C s−1 to 280°C s−1, for the different protocols and conditions studied. A wider measuring window (0°C to −150°C) produced lower rates for all cases. The cooling and warming rates were also related to the survival observed after the different procedures. Those protocols with the faster rates yielded the highest survival percentages. © 2014 American Institute of Chemical Engineers
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/108576
DOI10.1002/btpr.1938
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1002/btpr.1938
issn: 8756-7938
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