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How To Cryopreserve Fish Embryos And Bring Them Back To Life

Scientists from the University of Minnesota and the Smithsonian report for the first time the ability to both deep freeze and reanimate zebrafish embryos.

Scientists from the University of Minnesota and the Smithsonian report for the first time the ability to both deep freeze and reanimate zebrafish embryos. The method, appearing in the journal ACS Nano, could potentially be used to bank larger aquatic and other vertebrate oocytes and embryos, too, for a life in the future.

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