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Efficient Cryopreservation of Primary Chromaffin Cells Using A Novel Cryopreservation Medium

  • Researchers at the Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center at Univ. of Missouri discovered the unprecedent efficiency of using new C80EZ® medium in cryopreserving primary adrenal chromaffin cells and presented the results in the annual meeting of the Biophysical Society in 2020.
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Efficient Serum-free Cryopreservation of Cell Lines at -20°C and -80°C

  • Researchers at the USDA Agriculture Research Service Center at Columbia MO achieved high throughput from using C80EZ®-INSECT medium for long-term storage of insect cells and presented the results in the annual meeting of the Society for In Vitro Biology in 2019.
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A Novel Approach for Storage of Vascular Cells at -20°C Using a Cryopreservation Medium that Minimizes Ice Recrystallization

  • Researchers at the School of Medicine at Univ. of Missouri successfully used C80EZ® medium for storage of smooth muscle cells at -20&degC and presented the results in Vascular Research Initiatives Conference in 2019.
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Cryopreservation of Body Cavity Fluids for Diagnostic Cytology

  • Researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Univ. of Missouri proved that using C80EZ® medium is a practical way to preserve the body cavity fluids in normal freezers for diagnostic cytology and presented the results in National Veterinary Scholars Symposium in 2018.
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Case Study Wayne State Researchers Investigate New Method For Cryopreserving Cancer Cells

  • Researchers at Wayne State University purchased C80EZ® medium and tested its efficiency in long-term storage of cancer cell lines at -80°C and provided positive feedbacks in 2018.
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Case Study: Danforth Researcher Adopts Method For Cryo Preserving Sf9 Cells Using C80EZ®

  • Researchers at Danforth Plant Sciences Center in St. Louis used C80EZ®-INSECT medium and successfully preserved a modified Sf9 cell line with unexpected high efficiency in producing a chemical product (verazine) that is critical for their research. The feedback was provided in 2017.
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