transitive verb see cryopreservation

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  • cryopreserve — cry·o·pre·serve (krīʹō prĭ zûrv ) tr.v. cry·o·pre·served, cry·o·pre·serv·ing, cry·o·pre·serves To preserve (cells or tissue, for example) by freezing at very low temperatures.   cry o·pres er·vaʹtion ( prĕz ər vāʹshən) n. * * * …   Universalium

  • cryopreserve — verb To preserve something (especially biological tissue) by freezing it and holding it a very low temperature See Also: cryopreservation …   Wiktionary

  • cryopreserve — cryo·preserve …   English syllables

  • cryopreserve — transitive verb see cryopreservation …   Useful english dictionary

  • cryopréservé, e —  adj. Congelé avec addition d un cryoprotecteur …   Le dictionnaire des mots absents des autres dictionnaires

  • cryopreservation — noun Date: 1968 preservation (as of cells) by subjection to extremely low temperatures • cryopreserve transitive verb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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