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Cryopreservation, hepatocyte monolayers and DMSO shock

Stevenson, D.J. and Morgan, C. and Goldie, E.I. and Connel, G. and Grant, M.H. (2003) Cryopreservation, hepatocyte monolayers and DMSO shock. In: Cryomed Biol Meeting, 2003-09-01.

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Abstract

Cryopreservation of primary hepatocyte monolayers may provide a means of long-term storage of the cells for in vitro studies of xenobiotic metabolism and toxicity. This talk focuses on cryopreservation, hepatocyte monolayers and DMSO shock.