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Successful open system vitrification of bovine and human oocytes using clean liquid air instead of commercial liquid nitrogen

      Oocyte vitrification using open systems has shown superior results over closed systems; however direct exposure of oocytes to commercial liquid nitrogen (LN) carries the risk of contamination (by viruses, bacteria, fungi and spores). To report open system cryopreservation and survival of bovine and human oocytes using clean liquid air produced by a new bench top system.
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