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Title Advances in biopreservation / edited by John G. Baust, John M. Baust
Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC/Taylor & Francis, [2007]
©2007
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Description 1 online resource (426 pages) : illustrations
Contents Cover -- TOC36;Table of Contents -- CH36;Chapter 1 Concepts in Biopreservation -- CH36;Chapter 2 Biology of Cell Survival in the Cold58; The Basis for Biopreservation of Tissues and Organs -- CH36;Chapter 3 Properties of Cells and Tissues Influencing Preservation Outcome58; Molecular Basis of Preservation45;Induced Cell Death -- CH36;Chapter 4 Selective Cryotherapy58; Preservation45;Ablation -- CH36;Chapter 5 Biomaterials -- CH36;Chapter 6 Viability and Functional Assays Used to Assess Preservation Efficacy58; The Multiple Endpoint47;Tier Approach -- CH36;Chapter 7 Preservation of Cellular Therapies58; Gene Therapy44; Cellular44; and Metabolic Engineering -- CH36;Chapter 8 Tissue Preservation -- CH36;Chapter 9 Applications58; Organ Preservation for Transplantation -- CH36;Chapter 10 Cryopreservation of Nonmammalian Metazoan Systems -- CH36;Chapter 11 The Use of Intracellular Protectants in Cell Biopreservation -- CH36;Chapter 12 Thermal Instruments and Devices in Cryobiological Research and Applications -- CH36;Chapter 13 Solid Mechanics Aspects of Cryobiology -- CH36;Chapter 14 Stabilization of Mammalian Cells in the Dry State -- IDX36;Index -- Last Page
Summary This is the first text of its kind to address the breadth of the field of biopreservation - the functional maintenance of biologically derived products. The book expertly integrates recent molecular-based discoveries with classically-based biopreservation basics, offering a new look at advances in the emerging regenerative medicine arena. In addition to general concepts of biopreservation, it includes chapters detailing subspecialty principles, such as biologically active macromolecules, stem cells, and gene therapy, as well as new protocols for cell, tissue, and organ preservation. This is a fundamental "how-to" guide for anyone involved in the biopreservation sciences
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Cryobiology.
Cryopreservation.
Preservation, Biological.
Form Electronic book
Author Baust, J. G.
Baust, John M.
ISBN 1420004220 (electronic bk.)
9781420004229 (electronic bk.)